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Feb
28
comment How to fix broken dependencies, that require deinstalling dnf on Fedora 23?
So, I take it, the only reasonable thing to do now, is to just wait and see?
Feb
26
comment How to fix broken dependencies, that require deinstalling dnf on Fedora 23?
I was considering uninstalling the 3.10 version and shoving the 3.11 version "under the feet" of the dependent packages, but I'm a little afraid I might break things, especially since the repo db would be changed without being notified of these changes. Also, I'm not quite sure if dnf and systemd will work with the never version of sqlite.
Feb
13
comment Bulk rename, change suffix?
@Scott you're completely right. What a dumb oversight on my part ¦s
Feb
12
comment Bulk rename, change suffix?
@orion I'd argue the pattern replacements are one of the most powerful tools across shells. Things like for i in *; do mv $i ${i:l}; done to quickly get rid of uppercase file names (the likes which usually come from WIndows or DOS), etc.
Feb
12
comment Bulk rename, change suffix?
@orion: it took me roughly 20 sec to come up with that one-liner. I found it much more difficult writing this answer, with all the markup and such. So sure, I'll put it in my .zshrc, but I'll keep using my one-liners.
Feb
12
comment Bulk rename, change suffix?
@orion my zsh doesn't recognize zmv. Also, the more universal, the better, I'd say. Especially in this particular case.
Feb
12
comment Bulk rename, change suffix?
This works, but I'm giving the benefit of the doubt, since he didn't quite specify if these are just .png files. So it seems the delimiter before the extension is the only thing we can count on?
Jan
12
comment Does the untarred folder overwrites or appends the contents of the original folder?
@RuiFRibeiro It's arguably clear what he means. I think the question is kinda in the realm of beginner's questions.
Jan
8
comment List the CPU utilizations for each screen
please clarify, if your question is specific to screen and please check if the suggestions from the linked question are applicable. If not, please go into detail why.
Jan
8
comment Making csv file
Are the two text files CSVs themselves?
Jan
4
comment Do I need to check for file corruption once scp is done?
a little tl;dr to my post: use rsync if you can. It does copy validations for every file after a transaction has finished, so it's a good idea to use that just to be a little safer.
Dec
19
comment Take high quality screenshots of my terminal window
Since it's 300ppi, I'd suggest asking them what the targeted font size is in mm or inches and then simply copy/paste the scaled text from a renderd output, or simply typeset it with TeX. If you need the actual terminal emulator window to be rendered as well (windows frame, etc), consider faking it. Make a close representation in Inkscape and then just use a vector image.
Dec
19
comment Take high quality screenshots of my terminal window
Just increase the font size?
Dec
7
comment Using sftp to Transfer a Directory?
@WhiteWinterWolf it seems to be version dependant whether the -l switch has to be used or not. I remember older versions didn't include -l in -a.
Dec
7
comment How to run commands on user login — that are NOT already running
As a quick side note, I'd suggest using tmux instead of screen, it handles unicode much better.
Dec
7
comment How to run commands on user login — that are NOT already running
@chow I'll do that once I get home from work, essentially you need two wrapper scripts for the two command psdash and kegbot. Instead of the two commands directly.
Nov
26
comment Is it safe to interrupt an upgrade process from Fedora 22 to 23 using dnf?
Well, it turns out it's not safe at all. The upgrade process failed while dnf was in the "cleanup" stage. I'm working on a contingency solution right now.
Nov
26
comment Is it safe to interrupt an upgrade process from Fedora 22 to 23 using dnf?
Beyond my control. Might call it a power failure.
Nov
11
comment How to copy symlinks as symlinks from one machine to another?
@user1779617 It is still kinda unclear what you mean with "slave" and "master", because you seem to use both terms for both server and client interchangeably. If you need to create a symlink on the server, you can do that with SFTP, however depending on the configuration, you might not be able to look outside of the chrooted realm of the SFTP-daemon. Please refer to the man page of sftp (linux.die.net/man/1/sftp)! There is the command symlink specifically for what you seem to need.
Nov
10
comment How to copy symlinks as symlinks from one machine to another?
@user1779617 I'm assuming you mean "client" (slave) and "server" (master). sftp will traverse subdirectories with the -r switch, but not follow symlinks, as it abstracts filesystems. sftp supports creating symlinks on the host. You should at least try downloading just the symlink (when the symlink is ~/etc -> /etc/ do get etc without the trailing /) and see what happens. It depends on the FS of the server and the client. Please edit your original question accordingly!