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Mar
2
comment How to repeat variables twice in xargs
var=test & echo $var ...
Jan
29
comment Cannot connect to any host (including localhost) using PAC Manager on CentOS 7
@cestarian, I updated my question with line from second file as well (I apologize for missing it first time). I tried it again and still with same results (same error).
Jan
29
comment Cannot connect to any host (including localhost) using PAC Manager on CentOS 7
@cestarian I updated my question with line 500 from /opt/pac/lib/PACTerminal.pm and I removed pac.nfreeze as well, no firewall.
Jan
12
comment Linux bash: Search and replace in file without escaping hassle
no it will not, but regardless I'd suggest run some tests and make sure you make a backup as well!
Jan
12
comment Linux bash: Search and replace in file without escaping hassle
I believe, if you use single quotes instead of double with sed, that would do the trick) another way would be to use variables, where you defined before running sed.
Aug
25
comment mutt read message change to unread messages
i could not find it, thank you for pointing this out for me)
Sep
11
comment user disappeared, pw says user exists when trying to add, no such user when trying to mod in freebsd
@aron.duby sorry, you're right just against /etc/master.passwd only.
Jul
14
comment How can I use mutt execute command tag-pattern and then delete-pattern via shell?
Thank you! Is there a way get this to work via cron (no tty)?
Jul
1
comment How can I use mutt execute command tag-pattern and then delete-pattern via shell?
Thank you for moving to appropriate place!
Oct
19
comment cron to delete after executing
check your logs, you'll find your answer there
Oct
18
comment cron to delete after executing
copy and paste that into a file, chmod 755 it and THEN put it into a cron
Aug
27
comment How to allow Page Up in GNU Screen?
log-in to system as you usually do and type: echo $TERM I'm using PuTTY and connecting to my Linux and able to use PAGE-UP no problem.
Sep
20
comment ipfw : Traffic Shaping
su-3.2# sysctl net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass net.inet.ip.fw.one_pass: 1 su-3.2# mask is done for different reasons, but for sake of argument i did took it off. rule 200 and 300 covers in last tip that you paste it. not sure what you mean by 4th...