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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
Oct
8
revised Why the S_ISUID and S_ISGID mode bits got cleared when the owner or group of an executable file are changed by an unprivileged user
removed unnecessry text
Aug
26
revised Pattern replacement
deleted 4 characters in body
Aug
6
revised How do you get fgrep to find the literal “--help”?
added 216 characters in body
Jul
31
revised Expand ~, . and `..`
fixed title, and minor grammar fix
Jun
6
revised How to make vi working in single-user-mode?
fix grammar, spelling and formatting
Jun
2
revised Is there logitech gaming mouse programming software for any Linux Distro?
changed textual URL to a link.
Jun
1
revised Is it possible to inject newlines in the ouput of cowsay/cowthink while preserving the “bubble”?
added 21 characters in body
May
13
revised Renaming a whole folder content
added 2 characters in body
May
13
revised Renaming a whole folder content
formatting
May
6
revised Use IP tables to port forward behind a router?
Make meaningful title
May
4
revised vi: move a line by 4 bytes
fixed title
Feb
20
revised What is the right file permission for a .pem file to SSH and SCP
deleted 70 characters in body
Jan
28
revised How to find out what's wrong on all of my Qt programs?
added 7 characters in body
Dec
21
revised Grep lines but let the first line through
added 1 characters in body; added 41 characters in body
Oct
8
revised What happens when you delete a hard link?
fixed some smaller errors (duplication, missing word)
Sep
4
revised Reorder fields/characters with cut command
Better title, some smaller formatting
Aug
31
revised Flush 'tail -f' buffer?
corrected formatting
Jul
17
revised Perl script, do cd on terminal
Modified the b.pl so that it looks like it does more than just calling a.sh