BASH for loop works nicely under UNIX / Linux / Windows and OS X while working on set of files. However, if you try to process a for loop on file name with spaces in them you are going to have some problem. For loop uses $IFS variable to determine what the field separators are. By default $IFS is set to the space character. There are multiple solutions to this problem.
Debian 5 php5 package has serious security issues as follows:
To prevent Denial of Service attacks by exhausting the number of available temporary file names, the max_file_uploads option introduced in PHP 5.3.1 has been backported.
Sometime you need to create a shell scripts with output filenames with date in it. For example instead of log file named “secure.log”, you can create a filename called “secure-jan-02-06.log” or “secure-DATE-FORMAT.log”. The DATE-FORMAT can be set as per requirements:
Use any one of the following command to create temporary empty file names. The first command is special as it use the redirection operator >, the redirection refers to the standard output. So you are creating a new file or destroying existing file:
Various methods exists to create a random temporary file name. This is useful if your application/shell scripting needs temporary unique file names. Method #1: Use of $RANDOM bash shell variable 1) At shell prompt type command: # echo $RANDOM You will get random value every time. This variable can be use to create unique file […]