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Feb
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comment Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
I don't want to bait and switch though, so you get the tick because you answered the question I actually asked, as opposed to the one in my head.
Feb
14
accepted Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
Feb
14
revised Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
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Feb
14
comment Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
So I've updated my question to be a little more specific: is there a way to do this using variables to separate various options? Otherwise I could just write ./count_args --options '1 2' right there in the script.
Feb
14
revised Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
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Feb
14
asked Why are these nested options in a POSIX shell script being word-split?
Feb
7
accepted How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
Feb
7
answered How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
Jan
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asked How do I get deboostrap (via live-build) to use Raspbian's release keyring?
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Nov
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comment Feed all traffic through OpenVPN for a specific network namespace only
I notice your destination.ovpn starts with a client directive (an alias for pull), which I think means OpenVPN should get its routing information from the remote side. Doesn't this make OpenVPN clobber your non-namespaced routing table with its own stuff?
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Mar
10
comment How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Nice, I didn't know about that tail option! In my situation, I only care about installed packages, but the solutions for not-installed packages might prove useful too.
Mar
9
revised How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?
Cursory edit to remove downvote.
Mar
9
answered How can I get recursively list an apt package's dependencies with their installed versions?