I have two large files (sets of filenames). Roughly 30.000 lines in each file. I am trying to find a fast way of finding lines in file1 that are not present in file2. For example, if this is file1: A=1 B=2 C=3 And this is file2: A=10 B=20 C=30 D=5 Then my result/output should be: ..
I am running a script related to ssm session in aws-cli. When I run it, I get a warning… /System/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.7/Extras/lib/python/OpenSSL/crypto.py:12: CryptographyDeprecationWarning: Python 2 is no longer supported by the Python core team. Support for it is now deprecated in cryptography, and will be removed in the next release. However, if I run… python –version I ..
I am currently working through the Narnia CTF. I am on level 1. In level 1, we have a program that calls an environmental variable. We are allowed to change this environmental variable. When I try to set the environmental variable to some hex-code like so, the program throws a seg-fault. export EGG="xebx11x5ex31xc9xb1x21x80x6cx0exffx01x80xe9x01x75xf6xebx05xe8xeaxffxffxffx6bx0cx59x9ax53x67x69x2ex71x8axe2x53x6bx69x69x30x63x62x74x69x30x63x6ax6fx8axe4x53x52x54x8axe2xcex81" I looked ..
I have a series of folders that need renaming due to lightrooms inability to use real value filename sorting they tend toward this pattern FilenameOfDifferentLength001_002.jpg FilenameOfAnotherLength_002a (1).jpg FilenameOfManyLengths_006b (27).jpg etc etc i need to only pad zeroes on the numbers inside the parenthesis to a 3 digit value (so 001 upto 999) there will be ..
So, I got Mac with M1 at my work place for programming and it needs some workaround to run code (not only with Rosetta, because you need to resolve libraries LD/C/CPP pathes in environment variables). I basically rolled out my own workaround in bash that is able to run x86 commands without a hussle (I ..
I’m trying to work with my terminal and as I move from directories and try to list where I am I’m getting this message: -bash: ls: command not found I’m working on my macOS High Sierra, version 10.13.4 and here is what my .bash_profile has: export PATH="/Users/trinidadbosch/Library/Python/3.9/bin:PATH" # Setting PATH for Python 3.8 # The ..
I have this bash code : #!/bin/sh for f in /path/*.html do python3 main.py $f & done the /path/*.html contains over 6000 file, now what i want to do is to execute simultaneously the python function on first 100 file and when it’s done it goes and run the other 100 and so on. Source: ..
I am using a bash script (run.sh) to run a python file (calculate_ssp.py). The code is working fine. The folder structure is given below ├── dataset └── dataset_1.csv ├── Dockerfile ├── __init__.py ├── output ├── run.sh ├── scripts │ ├── calculate_ssp.py │ ├── __init__.py The bash script is #!/bin/bash python3 -m scripts.calculate_ssp 0.5 Now, I ..
I am trying to do this: I have a tab delimited table, where: GL89 AADAC GL89 AFGAC GL89 AFDAC GL50 AC923 GL50 AC923 GL79 AC923 GL99 AC923 GL99 AC923 GL60 AC100 GL60 AC100 GL20 AC200 GL30 AC300 GL30 AC400 I want to eliminate the rows where column $1 is different, but in $2 it is ..
Is there a way to echo the alias used to run the script instead of the actual .py name? From Bash user$alias TESTA=’/home/user/script.py’ user$TESTA arg1 arg2 sys.argv returns /home/user/script.py I’m Looking for something to return TESTA instead? Source: Python..