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Linux: Find Out What Partition a File Belongs To

How do I find out that /users/f/foo/file.txt file belongs to a specific partition? How do I find out on what partition a file exits?
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Lighttpd Configure Subdomain

I've main domain configured at http://example.com and I'd like to use http://support.example.com with different files. How do I add subdomain support with Lighttpd web server under UNIX or Linux operating systems?
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How do I copy a file with a colon punctuation (:) name in it. When I type the following command to copy "file:name.txt" to a remote host called server1:

scp file:name.txt user@server1:/path

I get the following error:

ssh: Could not resolve hostname s: Name or service not known

How do I copy file with scp or rsync with a colon in it?
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UNIX: Loop Through Files In A Directory

How do I loop through files in a directory under UNIX like operating systems?
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xargs: How To Control and Use Command Line Arguments

I am trying to use xargs command using shell pipes and not able to understand how to control and use command line arguments. For example I'd like to find out all *.c file located in 100s of sub-directories and move them to another directory called ~/old.src. How do I use command line args with xargs to achieve the same?
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Solaris UNIX Case-Insensitive Find File Search

I'd like to match all filename like foo.c, FOO.C, fOO.c, Foo.C and so on using find command under UNIX. How do I do a case-insensitive find search under Sun Solaris / OpenSolaris UNIX systems?
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Bash Shell Loop Over Set of Files

How do I run shell loop over set of files stored in a current directory or specified directory?
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