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accepted Why is it better to use “#!/usr/bin/env NAME” instead of “#!/path/to/NAME” as my shebang?
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asked Why is it better to use “#!/usr/bin/env NAME” instead of “#!/path/to/NAME” as my shebang?
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comment What does the “number” in the owner field of files signify in linux?
You have completely missed the point of the question. The op is not asking about file permissions (which is what you are addresssing)... rather, the question is about the identifiers assigned to users and groups.
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comment Why do hard links exist?
Excellent question. Thanks for putting it out here!
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comment Issue with WINCH signal - what am I overlooking?
Essentially, you were on to something in raising the re-entrancy question. I removed the call to show_menu from the get_window_size function and simply placed a call to show_menu beneath the call to get_window_size in the main section. This, indeed, resolves the issue! Thank you for your input!
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accepted Issue with WINCH signal - what am I overlooking?