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Open Source Enthusiast. Fedora Contributor. Python Lover. Learning Linux System Administration. Employed by Browserstack.com as a Cloud and Infra Engineer. Visit my website and blog to know more about me or connect with me on Linkedin.


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awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
awarded  Custodian
Oct
25
reviewed Reviewed Centos GUI not working
Oct
10
comment Run a command on all the files in a directory tree and put the output into a variable
I am really sorry. I had an extra quote. Please try now and upvote it if it works for you.
Oct
10
answered Run a command on all the files in a directory tree and put the output into a variable
Jan
14
answered How to build a gateway from my Linux OS
Jan
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awarded  Organizer
Jan
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revised How to build a gateway from my Linux OS
edited tags
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
12
comment killing processes automatically
replace gawk by awk. It won't create any difference in this case. Command will become ps| awk '{ if ($4 != "COMMAND" && $4 != "sh" && $4 != "ps") system("kill -KILL "$1) }'
Jan
12
comment killing processes automatically
inclusion of ps does not matter since it will be executed instantaneously. It'll be gone even if you don't kill it. Still you can remove ` && $4 != "ps"` from my answer below.
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
12
comment killing processes automatically
You'll need system command but I don't like commands like kill in gawk. I think until and unless it is absolutely necessary, execute kill manually.
Jan
12
answered killing processes automatically
Jan
5
revised Are there any fresh versions of Firefox for Scientific-Linux [or RHEL] available offically?
improved answer
Jan
5
comment How is Ubuntu based on Debian?
and it is not a little picture!
Jan
5
answered Are there any fresh versions of Firefox for Scientific-Linux [or RHEL] available offically?
Jan
3
answered How to limit network bandwidth?
Jan
1
comment Fedora 16 ssh over the internet/home network help. Same computer ok
I want to know the permission for .ssh. In your home directory do a ls -al|grep .ssh and paste the output.