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VMware Player update filled up half of 27.5 GB disk. I need to find files and delete them [closed]

I installed VMware-Player-3.1.6-744570.i386 on Ubuntu 11.4. The 27.5 GB disk was about 45% full. I then used VMware-Player to form a virtual machine for Centos, using ISO files for CentOS-6.5-i386. ...
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Assign value to a variable in bash, coming from another commands

Doing this in bash, makes SUFFIX variable holding /dev/fd/[fd], SUFFIX=<( echo "&*645\[]}#@name" | sed -r 's/[^[:alnum:]]+/_/g' ) What should I do to assign the actual result, of commands ...
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NFS Shares (Windows using FreeNFS but connecting on Linux)

I am using a "FreeNFS" on a Windows 8.1 machine and I set up a share I:\Library. I am currently allowing all clients and using ANSI encoding. My Linux box is actually a Raspberry Pi, using Raspbmc. I ...
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How to setup a RAID system using USB sticks as storage media

I want to create an inexpensive self-hosted private git server with redundant storage. To that end I have bought a Raspberry Pi and configured both git and ssh on the Pi. I can access the Pi both from ...
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How do I switch to Linux (Ubuntu) on Chromebook?

For reference, the Chromebook model is SNOW FREMONT A-E 0878 I used Crouton to install Ubuntu on my Chromebook. In doing so, I had my computer in developer mode and wasn't able to save anything that ...
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Work out the link count of inode number?

How can I work out the link count of an inode number? If I know the inode number is, say, 592255 - what workings out can I do to find out the link count? I know directories have a link count of at ...
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Upgrading OpenGL Drivers

I'm trying to learn OpenGL and most tutorials on the internet only offer guidelines for OpenGL 3.0 and higher. So I looked for my OpenGL version and glxinfo | grep OpenGL yields this: OpenGL ...
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Tmux monitor activity change highlight color

I'm setting up my tmux.conf and I want to have the activity monitor with different colors. I would like to change the color of the highlight of the alerted window in the status bar. The problem ...
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How to display the complete address with curl in searching?

I need to display the complete address with curl, when it find results with '301' status code. This is my variable. search=$(curl -s --head -w %{http_code} ...
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mod_authnz_ldap bind as authenticating user instead of anonymously

I'm attempting to move as close to single credential as possible. We have a web application that has a fairly limited set of available authentication mechanisms but will (luckily) allow admins to tell ...
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Not able to copy multiple files using rsync 3.0.9 version?

I am trying to copy two files using rsync from a machineB but somehow it always copies only one file but not the second file - Here is the syntax I am using - rsync -avz ...
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usb kernel module does not load on demand but works fine with insmod and modprobe from the shell

I have a USB Linux Kernel module that compiles and builds. Running insmod loads my module and dmseg and tail -f /var/log/debug shows me it works as expected. Running depmod -a then modprobe from the ...
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Is it possible to remove “ssh://” from git remote's URLs?

I'm used to create some manually-made repositories to push code to my pet server or share code inside my company. I use the URL ssh://user@ip/folder.git to add as remotes to my workspaces. I was ...
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Bash Script getting stuck during execution

I have a bash script that is reading a CSV file , that contains source IP address , destination IP address and destination port. My script is basically doing 2 tests: 1 Performance 2 Connectivity. ...
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Grep for range of numbers [duplicate]

How would you search a log file for a date range? Log file looks like this: 01/14 00:00:01 INFO: received connect request from 10.10.10.10 I need to condense the log to 10 minutes starting ...
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Recursive umount after rbind mount

When entering a chroot is sometimes necessary to mount /sys and /dev using -rbind instead of -bind in order to insure everything is in it's right place when somebody goes looking. The problem comes ...
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Merge fields in a file

I have a file with 7 columns, a GFF file having chromosomal regions.I want to collapse the rows where REGION ="exon" to only one row in the file.The row has to be collapsed on the basis of regions ...
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Setting tabstop for bash output

Is it possible to set a tabstop (number of spaces per tab) for the more and less commands? In vi, I've added this line to .vimrc set tabstop=4 However when I read through a file with more it still ...
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A linux distribution installable to CF card

I need to install a Linux distribution on a PC Engine ALIX 1D board. The main storage device of that board is a 2 GB Compact Flash card. My aim is to use this board as a middle device between two ...
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Lightdm service - contradictory results for `status` command

When I run in my gnome-terminal: service lightdm status everything looks OK and it is as expected: lightdm start/running, process 1221 But when I run: service --status-all 2>&1 | grep ...
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Check if 2 directories are hosted on the same partition on Linux

How can I check if /my/dir is on the same partition as /? This is for integration within a script. Bind mounts should be handled correctly. POSIX compatible solutions are welcome.
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Find command returns wrong files

I'm trying to find files in a folder using find command which are a day older than the day on which the command is run.. I use the following command: FILES_dcn=($(find $dir_dcn -maxdepth 1 -type f ...
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Citrix XenServer, all packages appear to be 32bit

I'm hoping to use Citrix XenServer for a group of 4/5 machines. One of these machines has 18TB of storage (after RAID5 is taken into account). I've installed XenServer and mkfs.ext3 is the only ...
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logic behind deleting files where user does not have right to write [duplicate]

When I create a file with no write permissions in my home directory: $ umask 777; touch testfile $ ls -ln testfile ---------- 1 1000 1000 0 2014-03-21 16:52 testfile $ ..then I'm still easily able ...
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Error stat of log failed: Permission denied during LogRotation

After installing a new CentOS 6.0 server, logrotate was working absolutely fine. Then one day due to a kernel panic, the server had to be hard booted, and ever since log rotation is not rotating the ...
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Pass shell variable as a /pattern/ to awk

Having the following in one of my shell functions: function _process () { awk -v l="$line" ' BEGIN {p=0} /'"$1"'/ {p=1} END{ if(p) print l >> "outfile.txt" } ' } , so when called as ...
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List all binaries from $PATH

Is there one-liner that will list all executables from $PATH in bash.
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How can I tell which ports have been used for reverse SSH tunnels?

I have two machines, client and server. client has created a reverse-tunnel on server with something like ssh -R 12345:localhost:12345 server. When logged into server how could I find ports which ...
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Reporting cpu hogs

Once in a while some program (ok, usually it's firefox) will start eating up nearly 100% of a processor's cpu time, heating up the processor and driving down by laptop's battery life. Since it's not ...
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1answer
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Can SSH proxy requests from the remote system through my local system to the internet?

I have SSH access to a *nix system over a VPN. I need to install some packages from the distro's repos to that system but that system does not have general access to the internet to reach the repos. ...
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Automatically memtest and then boot

Is there some way to reboot server, so it runs memtest (say, 1 or 2 passes) and then reboots back to Linux and writes report to some log? This feature in Windows Server 2012 helped me to diagnose bad ...
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1answer
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Adding timestamp before each STDOUT line inside perlscript

In a perl script, I am capturing all the STDOUT and STDERR using the below code: open STDOUT, '>>', "$log_file" or die "Can't redirect STDOUT: $!"; open STDERR, ">&STDOUT" or die "Can't ...
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Need help decoding bash script

Have following line in bash script, parsing input arguments: ((10#$2 > 0)) 2>/dev/null && shift 2 || shift Basically it helps handling parameters with optional integer subparameter. ...
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Reversing 1-D array

I'm trying to reverse a 1-D array which contains a list of files. I followed http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13360091/how-to-reverse-array-in-bash-onliner-for-loop to be the code. But this is not ...
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1answer
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Debian7, date and time formats to Hungarian

how can I change (only) the date and time formats to Hungarian on a Debian7 (but the language I want to keep English)... I've tried to change like this: /etc/defaults/locale # File generated by ...
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Why does pam_mount ask for password?

I used the pam-auth-update tool in order to enable some pam configuration profiles: PAM configuration PAM profiles to enable: [*] encfs encrypted home directories [*] Unix ...
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How to work with dfspace command?

I am trying to execute dfspace command but I am getting the error root@Kali:~# /dfspace -bash: /dfspace: No such file or directory
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1answer
347 views

Partially remove formatting from text in clipboard

I need to delete the formatting in the text contained in the clipboard, but keeping some elements. The most important are the "new line" characters. In a simple script, the effect of variable=$(xsel ...
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1answer
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Using 'find' to email me those files modified recently

I'm using 'find' at the end of a script to email me any .log files in the current directory that have been modified in the last 6 hours. I need this because the file names change so I can't be any ...
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1answer
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ZSH autocompletion gives seemingly random errors after some time

My zsh autocompletion is broken in a strange way. For clean logins everything works but after some time I will get seemingly random autocompletion errors, for different "kinds" of autocompletion. ...
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location of the “disk identifier”

According to Wikipedia, "disk signature" is a 32 bit value stored in MBR on bytes 440 - 443. According to fdisk, my "disk identifier" is 00043afc in hex: # fdisk -lu /dev/sda | grep identi Disk ...
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Httpd can't access file even after setting httpd_sys_content_t

I'm currently learning SELinux. I was following the instructions in SELinux doc of RedHat. I indeed succeded after typing the following commands: mkdir /mywebsite //add something to ...
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“ls -lH” not following the link but “ls -lH linktofile” following it

In a directory there is a link to some other file in some other directory. If I give ls -lHh command with no arguments, ls does not resolves the symbolic link but if I give ls -lHh * or ls ...
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Change date only for a single non-root user in Linux [duplicate]

Is it possible to change date only for a specific user (non-root) in Linux ? If possible, How to do it ? And it would be great if someone can point out the impact of doing so. EDIT Putting my ...
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4answers
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Parsing process command-line arguments from pargs in a shell script

I get list of PIDs in my bash scripts (Java processes) and have to analyze their command-line arguments to determine which instance of server each PID corresponds to. At the moment I do it that way ...
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4answers
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“blocks” column in output of fdisk

On my machine, fdisk -lu /dev/sda displays following output: Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sda1 * 2048 73947135 36972544 83 Linux /dev/sda2 ...
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Concatenate all commentary about source files in a directory tree

I am working on a multitude of projects involving codes in Fortran. They are in a directory tree involving 10 to 20 folders, each of the codes is in a 'src' folder. What I am looking for is a simple ...
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I want to create a zipped output file while keeping the original one

I am new to unix command and I have got one scenario that, I want to create a zipped output file while keeping the original one. I want to do it from Informatica end by using command task or session ...
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1answer
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Using If statment [closed]

I'm trying to use an If/else statement in bash. I'm confused which is the correct syntax. if [ "$NUMBER_dcn" -gt $NO ] then dir_dcn='/mnt/md0/capture' fi or if [ "{$NUMBER_dcn}" -gt ...
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How to automatically add my program to gnome panel

I wrote a program like dropbox seen in pic. I want to add the icon as that of dropbox. How could I do that? How to automatically do that?

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