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Command Line only UNIX/Linux OS [on hold]

I want a command line only UNIX/Linux OS. I want the download of the OS to be below 80MB. I want minimum software.
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Kali linux throws ' isolinux.bin missing or corrupt ' error

I downloaded Kali Linux from this link, I have a 32 bit OS, so I guessed ISO 32 Kali Linux is the suitable for me (they did not clarify in the website based on what we choose the type). Then, I ...
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View timestamp for CUPS print jobs

I'm looking for a way to view the timestamp of a job in CUPS. I've searched the man pages and can't seem to find it. The long term goal is to have a script that parses the time from the jobID and ...
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Help with a bash script [duplicate]

I'm trying to get a script working that will examine two directories and list all of the duplicate files found in both. Looking for duplicates based on content. And then have the script report the ...
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1answer
49 views

how to find out the name of the server on which the files are hosted on? [closed]

I've tried numerous thing such as uname -a, env, findsmb, amongst other things but that will only give the hostname which is not the server where the files are hosted... I get that there is nfs ...
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How to display contents of mounted /boot and '/' root partitions?

How to display contents of mounted /boot and '/' root partitions of Debian on SSD drive from Linux Live CD? I know ls -1 to list directory contents, but what is exact steps to get this?
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Switching among cli and vim and other files workflow

I saw some kind of workflow in vim: Vim had a file open. Then some combination of keys made vim disappear and the user was in the command line working in cli mode, then opened another file and then ...
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Outputting common lines from 2 files and uncommon lines from both the files in one output file

I have 2 text files. Lets name them file1.txt and file2.txt file1.txt is as follows chr10 181144 225933 chr10 181243 225933 chr10 181500 225933 chr10 226069 255828 chr10 255989 267134 ...
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How to kill all processes for a given user that take longer then X time

When I list processes with ps auxf I often see some that are stuck and I need to manually kill them. How can I do it with one command? Example ps result: $ ps auxf USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ ...
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How to make an infinitely executing command kill itself when certain conditions are met?

I'm running a command on command line which infinitely generates a certain data and I'm looking for a particular bit of data, so I used grep to find it. As soon as I get the data, I want the command ...
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How to disable beep sound in Linux CentOS 7 command line? [duplicate]

I just installed the basic Linux CentOS 7 (no desktop) and am experimenting with the system. Every time I make a mistake (entering things that the command line doesn't like), the computer beeps and ...
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Remove all lines in file A which contain the strings in file B

I have a CSV file users.csv with a list of userNames, userIDs, and other data: username, userid, sidebar_side, sidebar_colour "John Lennon", 90123412, "left", "blue" "Paul McCartny", 30923833, ...
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Check ping statistics without stopping

Is there a way to tell ping to show its usual termination statistics without stopping the execution? For instance, I'd like to quickly view: --- 8.8.8.8 ping statistics --- 2410 packets transmitted, ...
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1answer
35 views

How to install package via yum in Fedora

How do I install software using yum? Can you tell me another way to install package in Fedora?
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man command: is there a way to know the meaning of the output of a command >

Is there a way to know the meaning of the output of a command? Example given: If I type ls -l, I get this ouput: [root@localhost junk]# ls -l total 8 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1862 2012-08-25 16:20 a ...
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1answer
337 views

Can't connect to an external RDS TSG server from home

We have a company RDS (Remote Desktop Server) TSG (Terminal Services Gateway) server, which allows employees to connect to an RDS session from home, so they can see a work RDS desktop from home. This ...
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1answer
72 views

How to invoke Gnome 3 activity screen using command line?

What I'm trying to do I'm using a Logitech MX Revolution mouse, which has a button below the scroll wheel mapped to search, which I remapped to middle click. For doing so, I had to remap XF86Search ...
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Is it possible to obtain OS X versions of Unix tools on modern Linux distributions (like Ubuntu or RedHat)?

I have observed that there are often subtle and often annoying differences between the default versions of certain command line tools like paste and sed on modern distributions of Linux versus OSX. ...
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Strange kind of “stealth” directory on Linux

I am in a Linux machine and am working with a directory that is aptly named "stealth", because it runs and hides! Take a look at this behavior: bash-3.2$ ls /net bash-3.2$ ls -la /net total 4 ...
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How to get rid of unnecessary lines in gnuplot

So I'm pretty new to using gnuplot, and my code looks like this: set isosamples 40 unset key set title "Radial Matrix Elements" set xrange [1:15] set yrange [1:15] set xlabel "n1*" set ylabel "n2*" ...
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Achieving hexdump-like format, that includes binary strings, on the command line?

I really like hexdump, especially because you can define a custom format; say: $ echo -e '\x00\x01\x02\x03' | hexdump -v -e '1/1 "%_ad: "' -e '4/1 "%02X "' -e '1/1 " : "' -e '4/1 "%_p"' -e '1/1 "\n"' ...
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RHEL & SUSE 2014 CPU & storage benchmarking tools

I have hundreds of Linux servers that we need to benchmark the CPU & Storage on. RAM & Networking would also be good. If possible I would to avoid installing a large suite, but not totally ...
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751 views

Telnet on Linux Server

I want to know if it is necessary to have telnet enabled on both sides of machines to get telnet connection. Here's the issue: I am trying to telnet some public IP on port 80 from a Linux web server ...
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Listing files greater than particular timestamp in file name?

I have a directory in linux which has a list of log files where log files get auto generated if some job runs. Each log file gets appended with the timestamp like "JobName_TimeStamp" UPDATED: ...
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303 views

Unable to telnet public ip on port 80

We are facing a communication problem between the public and our private network. We have a Linux based web server behind a firewall and an internet router. As part of some integration, our web portal ...
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1answer
65 views

How to modify rngd's default command line?

I need to perform the following... rngd's default command line should be modified to add --no-tpm=1 rngd is a daemon that feeds data from a random number generator to the kernel's random ...
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1answer
115 views

Displaying server information at login prompt (Ubuntu)

I'm wondering if there's a way to customize the Ubuntu server login prompt. Currently it shows the following: Ubuntu 13.10 fw tty1 fw login: _ I know there's /etc/motd for the message of the day, ...
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Applying different permissions to files vs. directories

Sunny answered the question above in this post, The answer was given as No need for scripts. // Directories: find . -type d -exec chmod XXX {} \; // Files: find . -type f -exec chmod ...
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1answer
364 views

Command line to burn DVD+R DL media on Linux?

A Plextor PX-750A on a Linux system has made many DVD+R DL coasters while trying to burn an 8GB DVD .iso file with growisofs and the Schilling cdrecord program. I tried growisofs first: growisofs ...
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2answers
47 views

tail display whole file and then only changes [duplicate]

My Linux version is 2.6.32-47-server (gcc version 4.4.3 (Ubuntu 4.4.3-4ubuntu5.1) ) #109-Ubuntu SMP Tue May 7 02:17:05 UTC 2013 I am currently doing a tail -f file and life is good. But that only ...
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stout can not append to large files

I have Ubuntu 13.10. I have a keylogger to help me remember what I did. Running keylogger prints output to the terminal when I run it like this: keylogger I added it to startup like this: ...
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1answer
75 views

Reboot when there is a hardware failure without physical access to machine?

I'm getting this error message whathever I do: $ sudo reboot bash: /usr/bin/sudo: Input/output error $ reboot bash: /sbin/reboot: Input/output error It's a hardware failure according to this ...
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Telnet IAC commands

I want to turn off character echoing in Telnet via linux command line by sending "IAC DON'T ECHO" command. I have been searching everywhere, and I couldn't find how to to do. Basically, I don't know ...
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1answer
106 views

Recursively delete hidden directory & its files?

I want to delete all hidden directoris from a directory and its sub-directory. I also use rm -rf .directory_name this command is iterative command I want to a recursive command. Please anybody help ...
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1answer
153 views

What's the difference between \b and \< in the grep command

In the man page of grep, I see The symbols \< and \> respectively match the empty string at the beginning and end of a word. The symbol \b matches the empty string at the edge of a ...
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How to use fslint (in particular findnl) on the command line to actually mimic the behavior of the fslint-gui?

So I am trying the fslint tools. However, the help included in those tools as well as the man page don't indicate that the cleanup actions offered by the fslint-gui are also available through fslint ...
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MediaTomb fast image resize

The goal is to setup MediaTomb to (almost) instantaneously resize a 4-7MB jpeg from its original 8 or 12MP resolution down to somewhere about 1280x* so that it can be viewed on a mobile device. ...
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/bin/ and /usr/bin Command Tutorials [closed]

Let me first start off by mentioning that I am not a Linux newbie. I have personally been using the GNU\Linux for nearly 5 years now. However, often times I run across the commands under /bin/ and ...
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Custom help / man -like command (for reminders)

I often end up in a situation, where I don't use a command for a while, but then suddenly need to use it; and I need to wade through several help pages until constructing the command line I want. Case ...
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Bluetooth profile info in linux

As Bluetooth device has a number of Bluetooth profiles. when want to do communication is Bluetooth device, first pair Bluetooth device and then starts sending data using Bluetooth. In Linux, ...
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526 views

Command Line Photo Organiser Like Shotwell but to run on headless server

Does anyone know of a program (or even bash script) that can take photos from various folders and then consolidate them into one place and organise them into a directory structure by date in the way ...
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1answer
722 views

usbhid can't find input interrupt endpoint

I have Scientific Linux 6.5 installed. From the beginning (on this computer) I constantly see this line jump in between all starting commands during the start up of the system (when I press esc to see ...
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1answer
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What is the difference between egrep, fgrep, find and grep commands? [duplicate]

i am new to linux console, however i know i can use grep to find files however i am wondering what the particular difference between these common commands ? They all seems to be equal in meaning to ...
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2answers
113 views

Pipe / direct image / video output to foreign server

I am working on a Project that involves taking the output from a Webcam which is in either jpg or h.264 format, and outputting it to a foreign server (HTTP / FTP would work, I am open minded). What is ...
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Slight change to command to compile C++ program causes error

This morning , I was trying to compile a C++ program using the following command on the command line g++ -o foo.cpp foo I spend about an hour trying t to resolve why I kept getting undefined ...
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254 views

Dump process's stdin and stdout

I have two processes, let's say Parent and Child. Parent launches the Child and communicates with it through child's stdin and stdout. Parent <-> Child These processes use text protocol and I ...
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1answer
329 views

How to alter stored procedure in a MySQL database using the Linux command prompt?

I want to alter the stored procedure in my server machine. I'm uploading the codes via SSH Linux command prompt, I need to alter an existing stored procedure in my server. I don't have c-panel or ...
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4answers
252 views

Incrementing a variable each time the system boots up

The idea is to initialize a variable and set it to 0. Then create a script that executes on boot and increments that variable by 1 each time the system boots up again. Sounds simple enough right?
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1answer
125 views

What is the different bash per terminal session for Konsole?

I am using Konsole in Kubuntu. I was wondering what is the difference between a profile in Konsole and the profiles in our bash? I am reading that we can create different profiles per Konsole session ...
2
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2answers
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How do I share stdout between multiple processes?

I want to receive live TCP stream, and make it readable by another processes at the same time, without saving it. For example, 111.222.233.244:1234 streams actual time. Server supports only one ...