13 Answered Questions for the topic file
How to create a file in Linux from terminal window?
What's the easiest way to create a file in Linux terminal?
Convert DOS line endings to Linux line endings in vim?
If I open files I created in Windows, the lines all end with `^M`. How do I delete these characters all at once?
Quickly create a large file on a Linux system?
How can I **quickly** create a large file on a Linux ([Red Hat Linux]) system? [dd] will do the job, but reading from `/dev/zero` and writing to the drive can take a long time when you need... more
How do I remove/delete a folder that is not empty with Python?
I am getting an 'access is denied' error when I attempt to delete a folder that is not empty. I used the following command in my attempt: `os.remove("/folder_name")`. What is the most effective way... more
How to append one file to another in Ubuntu Linux?
I have two files: `file1` and `file2`. How do I append the contents of `file2` to `file1` so that contents of `file1` persist the process?
Why should text files end with a newline?
I assume everyone here is familiar with the adage that all text files should end with a newline. I've known of this "rule" for years but I've always wondered — why?
How to split a large text file into smaller files with equal number of lines?
I've got a large (by number of lines) plain text file that I'd like to split into smaller files, also by number of lines. So if my file has around 2M lines, I'd like to split it up into 10 files... more
Remove a symlink to a directory?
I have a symlink to an important directory. I want to get rid of that symlink, while keeping the directory behind it. I tried `rm` and get back `rm: cannot remove 'foo'`. I tried `rmdir` and got... more
Copying files across computers using SSH and MAC OS X Terminal?
I'm trying to copy my .profile, .rvm and .ssh folders/files to a new computer and I know how to use the `cp` and `ssh` commands but I'm not sure how to use them in order to transfer files from one... more
How to get full path of a file?
Is there an easy way I can print the full path of `file.txt` ? file.txt = /nfs/an/disks/jj/home/dir/file.txt The `<command>` dir> <command> file.txt should print ... more
How do I copy a file in Python?
How do I copy a file in Python?I couldn't find anything under [`os`](https://docs.python.org/2/library/os.html).
How to read a file line-by-line into a list?
How do I read every line of a file in Python and store each line as an element in a list? I want to read the file line by line and append each line to the end of the list.