POSIX is an acronym for "Portable Operating System Interface", a family of standards specified by the IEEE for maintaining compatibility between operating systems.

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How can we obtain a temporary filename in a standard-conforming IEEE 1003.1 script?

How can we obtain a temporary file name in a standard-conforming shell script (using no commands or extensions which are not described the 2013 edition of IEEE 1003.1). There doesn't appear to be any ...
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Consequences of setting up POSIX locales

Small background of the situation: We are using several UBUNTU servers having English as working language; however having en_US locale set in machines we encounter problems with apt-cacher-ng ...
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Is there such a scheduler and is it feasible?

I read about a scheduling algorithm called EDD which always works on the next deadline and that is feasible. Would it also be feasible to within each time windows or slice, work on all processor or ...
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find printf switch POSIX alternative

I'd like to rewrite these 2 command so they will use only POSIX-complaint switches: find "$TARGET_DIR" -maxdepth 1 -type d -printf '(DIR) %f\n' find "$TARGET_DIR" -maxdepth 1 -type f -printf '%s %f ...
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OS X Yosemite is SUS - Single Unix Specification 3 certified. But what posix standard is it compliant to? the latest one is 2008

I'm confused. Is SUS compliance the same as POSIX compliance? Is yosemite compliant to the latest standards, what years exactly?
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POSIX description of cp -R

I just became really confused by the implementation of bash's cp -R command compared to how POSIX words what should happen Given the posix definition, I would expect cp -R srcDir existingDestDir to ...