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I‘d like to skip first two or three fields at the the beginning of a line and print the rest of line. Consider the following input:

This is a test
Giving back more than we take

I want my input file with the following output:

a test
more than we take

How do I printing lines from the nth field using awk under UNIX or Linux operating systems?

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I have a file of that looks as follows:

foo bar
tom jerry
UNIX Linux

Each word and/or Linux is a different length. How do strip or remove the last character from each line using bash or ksh shell only?

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How do I display information from /proc such as memory, Load average, uptime, page activity, context, disk status, interrupts using a shell or perl script?

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Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” has been released and how do I upgrade to Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 from the previous release, Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 (“Lenny”) using command prompt?

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How do I watch or monitor applications that executed on a system and executes external programs via “bash”?

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All UNIX / Linux applications linked against the OpenSSL libraries can verify certificates signed by a recognized certificate authority (CA). How do I verify SSL certificates using OpenSSL command line toolkit itself under UNIX like operating systems without using third party websites?

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I know how to turn off console beep under Gnome Linux desktop. How do I stop console beep under FreeBSD operating systems?

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