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Is there a way of listing all the instances when a particular file was modified/edited?

I currently have a file abc.txt. I am curious to know if it is possible to see all the instances when this file was edited, from the date it was created? Q: How can I make it possible [if I would ...
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Letter Q stopped working on keyboard [on hold]

Letter Q and q stopped working on my keyboard. (I had to find an ascii chart to copy and paste the character.) I really have no clue what's going on. xev produces the following output. ...
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.txt File from Mac not converting properly

I have a .txt file from my Mac that when I send it over to my Raspberry Pi running Raspbian and open it in nano it converts weirdly. Example: Text file in Mac OSX: ...
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Unexpected Bash completion of ~ on OS X

I pressed ~TabTab on the bash command prompt and got an unexpected set of completions. First it looked like all the folks in the /Users directory, and a lot more. Then I thought it was doing the ...
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I am attempting to write a bash script to convert hex to base64

I am attempting to do the matasano cryptopals challenges in bash. The first step is here I found this stackexchange thread with a partial solution. printf 49276d2 | xxd -r -p | base64 which ...
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How are the entries in resolv.conf automatically added?

I have installed a fresh Debian Jessie distribution today. It properly configured IP address through DHCP and also added nameserver entry in /etc/resolv.conf. Could you please explain how are those ...
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no fonts showing up in filesnames in thunar (and pcmanfm). debian 7.8

I had recently installed a debian 7.8 system. I connect to it both locally from the attached monitor , but also remotely from an nx session. "Fluxbox" is the desktop environment and "thunar" the file ...
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Use sudo as login

I've picked up the habit of using sudo and disallowing root logins. In cases, sudo is integrated with GUI configuration tools that require it. Are there any serious efforts to replace login and ...
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“emacs: standard input is not a tty”

I followed http://unix.stackexchange.com/a/43460/674: after $ locate -i linux | less I type g|$emacs - in less, but nothing is opened in Emacs, and the terminals says: emacs: standard input is not ...
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Unable to mount a partition on an SSD over USB

I'm trying to mount a 120GB SSD connected externally via USB to the new server. The SSD is full of data and I can't format it. mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt/sdd1 mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad ...
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Will booting ubuntu in recovery mode use default keyboard layout?

I have a chromebook with Ubuntu 15.04 and I need to customize some of my keyboard keys in xkb. Unfortunately while doing so I managed to disable my keyboard and needed to boot from live USB to revert ...
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POSIX shell scripting and performance tuning [on hold]

Nowadays, I'm researching for performance tuning for shell scripting , And I have been prevented to POSIX shell scripting, However it's only a standard, But I think it's rathar than standard for do ...
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WPA_Supplicant bgscan doesn't populate scan_results

I'm using WPA_Supplicant 2.1 with Wext driver, on a custom Linux 2.6.27 kernel. The issue is that bgscan fails to populate 'scan_results' other than the network that wpa_supplicant is currently ...
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“fdisk -l” output: what are Disk label type“ and ”Disk identifier"

fdisk -l output: . . Disk label type: dos Disk identifier: 0x0006a8bd . . what are Disk label type" and "Disk identifier" Also, apart from the manuals, where else can I find more information ...
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Linux randomly hibernates [on hold]

I'm facing some issues with Linux (Fedora and Ubuntu). First of all, when I installed Ubuntu it was sort of hibernating when booting then I installed Fedora, everything works fine, but when I boot the ...
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Thread running between fork and exec blocks other thread read [migrated]

While studying the possibility of improving Recoll performance by using vfork() instead of fork(), I've encountered a fork() issue which I can't explain. Recoll repeatedly execs external commands to ...
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Virtual Box Bridged network failed to get IP (DHCP) No DHCPOFFERS received

My goal is to get Bridged network working. When I try to UP interface in my Virtual Box VM, it tries some DHCPDISCOVER messages, but eventually I get No DHCPOFFERS received. I found where is the ...
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Settings environment variables from a file

I want to have a file (outside of git) that contains certain environment variables. While a script (which is in git) needs to read them and export to env. My current implementation works for ...
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Streaming audio from a web interface

What I Want To Do Allow anyone with the public IP for my EC2 Instance to browse and listen to a collection of radio programs I record live. Requirements All setup possible through CLI (since the ...
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Get list of supported opcodes

Is there a way to get a list of supported opcodes for a given architecture? Such as a listing in /proc similar to /proc/cpuinfo.
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Linux does not reply to ARP request messages if requested IP address is associated with another (disabled) interface

I have a PC(kernel 3.2.0-23-generic) which has 192.168.1.2/24 configured to eth0 interface and also uses 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 addresses for tun0 interface: root@T42:~# ip addr show 1: lo: ...
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Mixup between root and first non-root user account

I just installed Debian Jessie and created a user account ("jerome") during installation. I log into my server through SSH as jerome, then use su to work as root. (sudo is not installed and root ssh ...
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Midnight Commander - editor in hex mode

I can't find a way to toggle mc internal editor in hex mode. Here it says to use F4 however it suggest to replace. How to do it?
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Gnome-shell keybinding for “Internal Microphone” on XF86Send

I use a custom keyboard with a “REPL” key (shifted: “Settings”) that I have bound to XF86Send (shifted: XF86Tools). On Fedora 21, that key (XF86Send) somehow works to toggle the “mute” on this ...
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wireless driver during Arch install

I am going through the proccess of installing Arch Linux using the beginner's guide on their website. Now they stress heavily that I should not reboot before having installer the driver for the ...
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1answer
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gzip files with cat and from pipe gives different results

Why does this give such output (both commands are supposed to do the same thing) and how can one make them give identical output? diff <(cat some_file | gzip -c - | base64) <(gzip -c some_file ...
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1answer
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Non-root privileged user to find all files with SUID & SGID bit…Permission Required?

I'm writing an audit script to find all files with SUID & SGID bit set on the system, using the below command: find / perm /u=s,g=s The script will run with a non-root user. Will this user be ...
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Only allow process to run between hours x and y

I use a mobile data connection service. I only have unrestricted bandwidth between 9am and 4pm. I wonder how I can "silence" applications such as the Dropbox applet outside that schedule. I thought ...
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Linux Mint 17.1 Mate stops responding

I was using LM 17.1 Mate version quite smoothly until one day I found my desktop wallpaper had changed to the original. Then after refreshing for 2nd time it keeps on refreshing and it seems that my ...
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Quick jump to tmux session

Do you know if there is actually any way / plugin to be able to quickly jump to a session ? Currently I <leader>s to open the session-list page and then I select the one I want. And if I have ...
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Error on login on Ubuntu 14.04 [on hold]

Now,before I begin,be prepared for a lot. I am having a on-login problem that, when "send a report" is clicked, goes away. But after a minute or two, I get a whole lot of mess of errors. Here is my ...
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Parrot Security OS Does Not Play Sound? [on hold]

I use a distro of Linux called Parrot Security OS. I have recently noticed that the sound on it refuses to play in any sort of way. I have tired muting then un-muting. I have used the advanced ...
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Delete blank columns

This must be a common problem, but I couldn't find a solution. I have several files which have different sets of columns which are completely blank (for all rows except header) , how can I delete ...
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1answer
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move back to the end of bash history when using reverse search?

I keep fairly long bash history and sometimes when I search for something with bash reverse search function(Ctrl+r) I end up at the beginning of search history and I still did not find what I needed ...
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1answer
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Can anyone please help debug these ata error messages?

my Centos 6 server has been playing recently in that it seems to freeze up and lose network access. I've been getting a load of ata5 error messages in the log and after some digging have determined ...
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1answer
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How to exclude a disk so that the OS will not use it?

We have an HDD that is probably having too much bad sectors. The notebook boots extremly slow from it. We put the disk in another notebook (good) via a CR-ROM HDD case. But now that good notebook ...
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Netstat command lists only 256 connections when I do SYN flood on my server

I have been trying to do SYN flood on one of my servers from an other machine. And I am sure that I causing a DOS on it, but it actually shows only few connection. That is when I type netstat -a | ...
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How can I change readline settings on keypress?

I checked docs for readline (in man bash), and I can't find a way to solve one problem: how to change readline setting (set ... on/off) on keypress? Keybindings seem to have form: key:function or ...
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tunnel rsync:// protocol over ssh

on my LAN (debian server, windows client) I use rsync:// protocol with this code cwRsync\rsync.exe -avLP --force --append-verify rsync://rsync-usb@server/rsync-usb/* usb/ I have read, that rsync in ...
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Where is the Programmer's manpage for the open C Function?

I am using debian8 (jessie) and I went to find read the manpage for open. instead I got a warning: $ man 3 open No manual entry for open in section 3 See 'man 7 undocumented' for help when manual ...
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“Kernel panic – not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block” and “LZMA data is corrupt”

I recently bought a new computer and I am experiencing problems while trying to install Linux. Things I have tried: A variety of distributions: Ubuntu; Elementary OS; Crunchbang++; Manjaro; and ...
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1answer
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Ping to LAN address takes an incredibly long time?

I'm running CentOS 7 in a lab environment with one domain controller (DC - Windows 2012R2) which serves as a DNS and DHCP server as well. CentOS is joined to the domain; it can ping the DC and a ...
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Bind a directory as me

Analogous for a regular user running a thin FTP server (where others can access the file system with his/her permissions), can a regular user (through fuse maybe) "mount" a directory for others to use ...
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1answer
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“Running transaction (shutdown inhibited)” how much “inhibited” is shutdown?

When installing some packages with yum I see the text: Running transaction (shutdown inhibited) What does it exactly mean? Would it prevent me from shutting down the system if I typed shutdown ...
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find command skips file

I'm trying to find a file, but for some reason it is omitting a directory or a file don't know yet. If I run this cd ~/Documents/GamesTeam/games/ichristo_dev find . -name PayoutTest.sh gives ...
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Run A Cron Job Task Every 30 Seconds [duplicate]

It's possible to set the cron job tool in my website cpanel 'VPS Hosting' to execute php file every 30 second I am using it to execute php file once at a minute *,*,*,*,* but I need to set it to run ...
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Unable to copy large file onto ext2 usb stick [on hold]

I have an 8G usb stick (I'm on linux Mint), and I'm trying to copy a 5.4G file into it, but getting No space left on device The filesize of the copied file before failing is always 3.6G An output ...
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How does filetype determination by filename extension in addition to XDG spec (mimeapps.list) work

I'm trying to set the default application for R noweb files but fail to find the place where this is specified. The reason for this is that my file managers seem to determine the file type by filename ...
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1answer
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Can you uncompress a btrfs filesystem?

I found out that you can compress the whole of a Btrfs filesystem by defragmenting it with -clzo or -czlib, but is it possible to uncompress it again? I'm asking because I managed to stop my system ...
9
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Combining large amount of files

I have ±10,000 files (res.1 - res.10000) all consisting of one column, and an equal number of rows. What I want is, in essence, simple; merge all files column-wise in a new file final.res. I have ...

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