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Jul
17
comment How to print “$” in here-document
This is the best answer because it can cater for very long HERE documents. It's (mostly) idiot-proof.
Jun
26
comment SSH inside SSH fails with “stdin: is not a tty”
Aren't we required to add a "proxy"-related line into 'authorized_keys' on computerone? I keep meaning to look into the 'proxy' power of openSSH, but just haven't gotten around to it yet.
Jun
10
comment Bash history: “ignoredups” and “erasedups” setting conflict with common history across sessions
Option 3 just wiped out all of my 100,000 lines of history :( (bash 3.2.25(1)-release)
Jun
4
awarded  Commentator
Jun
4
comment csplit not obeying backslash r \r as carriage return
I've accepted this answer because it immediately satisfies the problem. A pity that csplit won't obey backslash r \r
Jun
4
accepted csplit not obeying backslash r \r as carriage return
Jun
3
comment csplit not obeying backslash r \r as carriage return
@StéphaneChazelas sorry - I'm not sure to whom you are speaking, and what suggestions you have to improve the code?
Jun
2
asked csplit not obeying backslash r \r as carriage return
May
28
answered How can I redirect outbound traffic to port 80 using iptables locally?
May
28
comment How can I redirect outbound traffic to port 80 using iptables locally?
What if I want ALL ip addresses in the --to-destination field?
May
14
comment Bash: logical operators precedence &&, ||
Thanks for the useful explanations
Mar
24
comment Get exit status of process that's piped to another
This does not work in my BASH 3.2.25(1)-release. At the top of /tmp/ff I have #!/bin/bash -o pipefail. Error is: /bin/bash: line 0: /bin/bash: /tmp/ff: invalid option name
Feb
25
awarded  Teacher
Feb
25
answered Is there a parallel file archiver (like tar)?
Feb
21
comment My grep (GNU grep) 2.5.1 does not obey backslash character and special expression
You are right. -i causes it to return the result I want. Curiously though, without -i, both \S and \s both fail to return expected results.
Feb
21
awarded  Scholar
Feb
21
comment My grep (GNU grep) 2.5.1 does not obey backslash character and special expression
I knew it must be the version number. I'll need to make do with this for now. Thanks to all contributions.
Feb
21
accepted My grep (GNU grep) 2.5.1 does not obey backslash character and special expression
Feb
21
comment My grep (GNU grep) 2.5.1 does not obey backslash character and special expression
[:space:] and [:blank:] work. But why doesn't \s work?
Feb
21
comment My grep (GNU grep) 2.5.1 does not obey backslash character and special expression
double quotes returns the same result (nothing)