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Aug
26
comment desktop at a remote location
A thin client?
Aug
25
comment Unix script meaning required
What shell are you using?
Aug
22
comment dpkg: error: 2 expected programs not found in PATH or not executable can't install anything
Well, are those applications in your PATH?
Aug
19
comment Script won't run in cron but runs fine in root shell
You can pass -i to bash, but stdin will never be a terminal from cron. What are you really trying to accomplish with this expect script?
Aug
19
comment sar shows zero percent load
Load average is not a percentage.
Aug
18
comment Using curl as a test
Use the -f option
Aug
11
comment How to identify where duplicate host infomation is occuring in puppet
grep your manifests?
Aug
8
comment unzip a file and pipe to “ddrescue” command
Have you tried using "-" for the infile?
Aug
8
comment Can you pin a particular version of a chroot?
Docker seems like a better fit here, since it's filesystem layers are similar to commits and offers the same basic functionality as a chroot.
Aug
8
comment How to make new files have 0664 permissions rather than 0644?
@paradroid the global default for shells is usually set in /etc/profile.
Aug
5
comment Where to save temporary files for shell scripts
You can use /var/tmp.
Aug
5
comment RC script that brings itself to foreground under certain criteria
A system service that needs to prompt a user for input is bad design. You should likely rethink what you are trying to accomplish.
Aug
4
comment Add arguments to last invocation of `find … -exec $COMMAND {} +`
Your current line should only invoke ctags once.
Aug
3
comment Why is `systemd-tmpfiles --clean` not working?
freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/tmpfiles.d.html
Aug
3
comment Why is `systemd-tmpfiles --clean` not working?
It probably isn't a systemd tmpfile. Not everything in /tmp is, any application can create files in /tmp
Jul
30
comment Why can't change runlevel from 1 to 5 in my debian7.8?
I don't know what you expect with 5. The default runlevel in Debian (pre-systemd) is 2.
Jul
27
comment X will not start, Centos 7
X started fine and then exited. This occurs when you didn't run any command inside of X, such as a desktop session (eg gnome-session). You need to configure your ~/.xinitrc to run DWM.
Jul
23
comment Error installing java on Virtual Machine
Try running apt-get update.
Jul
17
comment unable to launch mysqld in arch linux
Looks like a permissions issue.
Jul
17
comment Installing python on CentOS
@mousecoder updated again