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pathchk [Coreutils] Private

Tool Unix Port

Check whether file names are POSIX valid or portable.

The pathchk command will check that one or more path names are POSIX valid (that is, they could be used to access or create a file without causing syntax errors) and portable (that is, no filename truncation will result).

Get it as part of GNU Coreutils.

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paste [Coreutils] Private

Tool Unix Port

Merge lines of files.

Merge corresponding lines of multiple files (or combine lines of a single file), separated by a tab or another character.

Get it as part of GNU Coreutils.

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License: Freeware/Open Source FOSS

od [Coreutils] Private

Tool Unix Port

Dump files in octal and other formats.

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nl [Coreutils] Private

Tool Unix Port

Printe each FILE to standard output, with line numbers added.

Not to be confused with ln

Get it as part of GNU Coreutils.

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nice [Coreutils] Private

Tool Unix Port

Run a program with modified scheduling priority.

Run COMMAND with an adjusted niceness, which affects process scheduling. With no COMMAND, print the current niceness. Niceness values range from -20 (most favorable to the process) to 19 (least favorable to the process).

Get it as part of GNU Coreutils.

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License: Freeware/Open Source FOSS