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comment Check if the command exists in bash
Yes any script written by the user would be valid but not any script written by the user. I did not understand what you mean by command -p/setting PATH to some default value
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revised Check if the command exists in bash
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comment Check if the command exists in bash
@Gilles: you put it right I am trying to distinguish between any custom script written by a user and any other command that we run from bash. The command can be builtins or as you pointed out ls and bash are not builtins but I will lick to consider them as valid and any script as invalid
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accepted Incompatible group permissions in Linux - Is it a bug?
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comment Incompatible group permissions in Linux - Is it a bug?
I can't keep logging out and logging in on a server, it is hosting a site for me
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comment Incompatible group permissions in Linux - Is it a bug?
yes you are right there is a difference between groups sachin and groups but the issue is that I do not want to do a logout and login. I can't do that because I am running these commands on a server
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comment Incompatible group permissions in Linux - Is it a bug?
It seems there is no way out other than a re-login at least in my case where I have create a lot of users add myself into their group and access their directories. But I did not expect this kind of dependency
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accepted How can I pass output of one command as an argument to another
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comment How can I pass output of one command as an argument to another
I don't get it will the backticks solution work, because the output of git branch is not one branch name but as I pointed out all the branch names. And what does awk do?
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comment How can I pass output of one command as an argument to another
But as I said the command git branch gives us the names of all the branches and the current branch is star marked, so I need to extract that also?
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asked How can I pass output of one command as an argument to another