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Apr
15
revised Is there a way to make nice (process priority) values survive a reboot?
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Apr
15
answered Is there a way to make nice (process priority) values survive a reboot?
Apr
15
comment How is resolv.conf maintained when there are two network cards?
I suggest you to install resolvconf and handle the order of the nameserver in /etc/resolvconf/interface-order.
Apr
9
comment Running every command through another
Can you write more about the tools/interfaces/... you plan to use, please? How should the external commands be delivered to the system?
Mar
27
revised How to prevent an application from connecting to a network with iptables?
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Mar
27
answered How to prevent an application from connecting to a network with iptables?
Mar
27
reviewed Approve vim arrow keys insert mode mapping
Mar
26
answered How could we allow non-root users to control a system.d service?
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed Can a file be edited with the 'write' permission on it but not on its parent directory?
Mar
25
comment Its possible use special characters in a shell function name?
We are getting closer. Can you elaborate more? Do you need this for debugging? bash accepts only one argument after > so why do you use $1 and $2? The answer to your actually question is probably actually no, but it is not yet clear what you really want to achieve.
Mar
25
comment Its possible use special characters in a shell function name?
This is probably an XY problem. Why do you need a function called >?
Mar
25
answered Re-enter PID 1 namespace
Mar
24
comment Not able to rename root user of MySQL
Try to run mysql_upgrade. Possibly your tables are deprecated after a mysql upgrade.
Mar
24
revised Local E-Mail sink
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Mar
24
comment Local E-Mail sink
The common mail servers like postfix or exim are able to authenticate to SMTP servers and use them as mail relays. The configuration takes some steps and is therefore not really easy, see e.g. here for a tutorial for postfix.
Mar
10
comment Will `mv` ever have the ability to create directories?
It could be just an old Unix convention, which was then standardized by the POSIX standard. Changing it would create incompatibilities in scripts where the old behaviour (fail if target directory does not exists) is expected.
Mar
10
revised Will `mv` ever have the ability to create directories?
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Mar
4
reviewed Close how to compare a decimal value with a integer in shell scripting?
Mar
4
reviewed Close use `mv` command and my file gone
Mar
2
comment provide password for script begin called inside another script
If the command in the su root line can be called before the script, just delete the line and call it by hand before the script. Then you can avoid the double su issue which requires passwords.