I have the following contrived script to illustrate my issue: #!/bin/bash set -eux sudo sleep 120 & spid=$! sleep 1 sudo kill $spid wait $! This will print $ ./test.sh + spid=21931 + sleep 1 +...
I have written a bunch of dash scripts that resize and move windows for better efficiency. The structure is the following: i have a row of 8 windows that are stacked to the bottom of my screen, like ...
I'm looking for a way to get the real absolute path to the current /bin/sh script. It should work for situations like this one: /path/to/symlink/in/PATH/somescript -> ../../Package/current/...
I'm on a freshly installed Debian 8.3 (Gnome 3.14) and I can't find if it is possible to display the dash bar permanently (as a dock on Mac OS X). The dash is hiding automatically... This looks like a ...