I would like to change my profile so that I can execute programs in the current directory without ./. In other words: $ foo.sh would accomplish what currently happens with: $ ./foo.sh I'm new ...
I use an approach ssh user@IP sh [runme.sh] to execute script remotely, this works fine. But I got one problem, that is in runme.sh, I can't get any envirnoment variables which are defined in ...
Is there any way for me to set an env variable without editing files to be in memory and effect other shells as well, which will take effect on any new user who connects that machine and will take ...
I'm having issues with a kworker process during system boot and I'd like to get such a nice call graph like Linus Torvalds posted here. How would I do this?
I have some important commands I need to execute before any sh shell starts. This is required for passing SSH commands in the SSH command (ssh host somecommand) and other programs that run commands. ...
Is ~/.bashrc the only place where I can specify user specific ENV Variables, aliases, modifications to PATH variable, etc? I ask because it seems that ~/.bashrc would be BASH only...