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Jan
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Dec
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revised How works sed 's/ /\ /g'
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Dec
7
answered How works sed 's/ /\ /g'
Dec
1
comment path of folder within a folder in terminal
@EmmaTebbs, updated to keep the final /.
Dec
1
revised path of folder within a folder in terminal
Updated to complies with the added requirement in comment.
Dec
1
answered path of folder within a folder in terminal
Nov
27
comment How to create and use dynamic and static libraries in linux (c programming)?
@Dadam, I'm of the opinion that a link is not an answer... it would need at least to be introduced by a summary that I don't feel like writing.
Nov
27
comment How to create and use dynamic and static libraries in linux (c programming)?
A good, but probably too complete for you, reference is akkadia.org/drepper/dsohowto.pdf
Nov
27
comment Why is my IP resolved to 127.0.0.1 instead of the IP I have in the network?
I don't know how python handles sockets, but if you have a socket (that is a pair of ip, port), you should be able to get extract the ip part without having to pass by the host (which is needed for instance when there are several interfaces)
Sep
23
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
answered non-breaking space sometimes appears in Geany (my standard text editor)
Feb
12
comment nvm command not available in bash script
I'd print the path in the script before calling nvm and check if it is correct.
Dec
5
comment Can't add keyboard layout on Debian remote desktop
The issue is not the VNC protocol, it is the implementation of Xvnc. I've not looked at this for years (that's why I didn't give an answer, I haven't done the minimal research to provide something more than an outdated recollection).
Dec
3
comment Can't add keyboard layout on Debian remote desktop
I know of no X server providing the VNC protocol which has the XKB extension.
Oct
8
comment ANSI escapes in Pash prompt are displayed as garbage in Gnome terminal
You'd need to pipe that through od to be sure, but that doesn't look like ECMA-48 escape sequences, the abundance of %, the matching {} are very suspect and I wonder if you aren't getting the uninterpreted format strings (but I know nothing about C#, so could be totally off about that).
Sep
23
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Sep
12
comment Open a directory and let it update itself using “tail -f”
rreverse sort, t sort by time; the result is that newest files are at bottom thus kept by tail.
Sep
10
comment Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
Ok, what I missed was that the range was interpreted according to the current collation sequence.
Sep
10
comment Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
Could you give an example of [a-z] matching more that the 26 letters matched in the C locale? What I remember from when I last looked at this, all encodings practically used in Unix variants had ISO-646 as a base (then the upper 128 codes where used differently, directly for characters in encodings like the ISO-8859-X, combined in encodings like UTF-8 or the EUC family). Even AIX hadn't EBCDIC locales (at least as available to me). I remember trying to find if POSIX/UNIX standards demanded it, but I don't remember the result.
Aug
29
answered Sed find and replace with slashes