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Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed Postfix Dovecot unix Error : missing '=' after attribute
Mar
23
reviewed Reviewed Allow virtual terminal switch only for root
Mar
19
comment sed - perform multiple substitutions on a line found by pattern search?
This prints two lines for each match. You have to remove the first 'p' action in the first two solutions.
Mar
19
revised sed - perform multiple substitutions on a line found by pattern search?
`s///p` had to be `s///`
Mar
19
revised deduplication of lines in a large file
added 4 characters in body
Mar
17
comment Regular expression that ignores certain characters
@mikeserv I thought he wanted to ignore the \" and so on to be able to match e.g. muller with M\"uller.
Mar
16
reviewed Approve How to get the CPU load by core in percentage?
Mar
16
comment Regular expression that ignores certain characters
@User133713 Could you clarify what the process is you are working on? Please edit your question...
Mar
16
answered Regular expression that ignores certain characters
Mar
16
comment Regular expression that ignores certain characters
Can you give an example of how you want to use the bib2bib tool?
Mar
11
comment Moving LXC container's backing storage
Can't you make /var/lib/lxc a symbolic link to a directory in /home?
Mar
11
comment Combining, sorting and deleting duplicates in numerous gzip files
The man page says that that the default is the number of processors. But a quick test sorting a few log files suggests that giving the parameter does make things faster. So: yes, use that parameter!
Mar
11
revised Combining, sorting and deleting duplicates in numerous gzip files
added 437 characters in body
Mar
11
revised Combining, sorting and deleting duplicates in numerous gzip files
forgot to add `-u`to sort command
Mar
11
comment Combining, sorting and deleting duplicates in numerous gzip files
The merge command does something completely different; sort -m is the way to go. As to how to unzip: I don't think it matters much, as long as you don't start more than 2 processes per file: one to decompress, one to sort.
Mar
11
answered echo \\* - bash backslash escape behavior, is it evaluated backwards?
Mar
11
answered Regular expression for excluding data within a certain range
Mar
11
answered Combining, sorting and deleting duplicates in numerous gzip files
Mar
11
revised permission denied on running script despite +x
replaced fortunate with unfortunate, which fits better
Mar
5
revised adding PATHs for a bunch of programs
formatting of example .profile