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bio website keith-s-thompson.github.com
location San Diego, CA
age 55
visits member for 3 years
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I'm a programmer and all-around nerd living in San Diego, California.
I work at JetHead Development Inc.

E-mail: Keith.S.Thompson@gmail.com


Aug
12
revised Valid screen session names
added 25 characters in body
Jun
24
revised Is there any harm in using variables that aren't set?
Formatting
Jun
11
revised Making zsh default shell without root access
added 193 characters in body
Feb
3
revised Is there a graphical shell or scripting environment for Linux?
Link to Yahoo Pipes, fix typo
Feb
3
revised Installing as 'root' is not currently supported - what should I do?
lang-none
Jan
22
revised Bash autocompletion for an environment variable holding a directory name
added 244 characters in body
Jan
18
revised sh script will not execute as root (cron)
Formatting
Jan
18
revised sh script will not execute as root (cron)
Formatting
Jan
18
revised sh script will not execute as root (cron)
Formatting
Dec
2
revised Cronjob for rebooting everyday
`&>` doesn't work in csh and tcsh; remove reference to them.
Nov
23
revised How to conditionally do something if a command succeeded or failed
added 404 characters in body
Sep
23
revised How to install SUMO on Ubuntu 10.10
Link to SUMO page
Jul
19
revised why does ls -d also list files, and where is it documented?
Clarify wildcard expansion
Jul
3
revised How and where can I permanently set $ program file to have extra argument '&'
added 200 characters in body
Jul
3
revised How and where can I permanently set $ program file to have extra argument '&'
Link to official GNU documentation
Jun
27
revised why does ls -d also list files, and where is it documented?
added 184 characters in body
May
31
revised Find the location of /gnu
added 272 characters in body
May
31
revised Find the location of /gnu
edited body
May
9
revised why does ls -d also list files, and where is it documented?
Maybe I should, like, answer the question?
May
8
revised why does ls -d also list files, and where is it documented?
Ramble on...