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I like to code and I do it a lot. I want to build software to save the planet. Passionate polyglot programmer, generalist with specialties. Code reviewer, unit tester, driver of change. I get things done.

I make free Android apps such as Programming Quiz, websites such as bashoneliners.com, and other open source stuff. I wrote a book on Bazaar Version Control, and an article on shell tips & tricks for Linux Journal.

I blog, tweet (@janosgyerik), and post "pro tips" on CoderWall.

Careers 2.0: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/janosgyerik

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/janosgyerik


Jan
14
revised How do I disable the left CTRL on Ubuntu 13.10?
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Jan
14
revised How do I disable the left CTRL on Ubuntu 13.10?
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Jan
14
comment Apache throws 403 Forbidden after moving DocumentRoot (CentOS 6.4)
Ok, I made it an answer ;-)
Jan
14
answered How do I disable the left CTRL on Ubuntu 13.10?
Jan
14
answered Apache throws 403 Forbidden after moving DocumentRoot (CentOS 6.4)
Jan
14
comment Apache throws 403 Forbidden after moving DocumentRoot (CentOS 6.4)
What about ls -ld ~?
Jan
10
answered Pass the output of previous command to next as an argument
Jan
8
comment Need some type of shortcut
Explain your problem as clearly as possible. Include what you have tried so far and any error messages and unexpected behavior you got.
Jan
7
comment How to change encoding from Non-ISO extended-ASCII text, with CRLF line terminators to UTF-8?
can you upload the file somewhere?
Jan
6
comment Alt-Left to skip words does not work in terminal emulators
If alt-b alt-f don't work, you can try ESC-b ESC-f
Jan
4
revised How do I search for all the folders that begin with a dot ( . )?
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Jan
4
answered processing command output line by line, without mixing standard input
Jan
4
comment Using while loop to ssh to multiple servers
Wow, didn't know that -u flag, it's awesome! Maybe you can explain also why the for works in contrast with while.
Jan
3
comment Using a variable in a regex
@terdon you're right, fixed now, really...
Jan
3
revised Using a variable in a regex
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Jan
3
comment Using a variable in a regex
@manatwork shoot, thanks, fixed.
Jan
3
revised Using a variable in a regex
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Jan
3
answered Using a variable in a regex
Jan
3
comment unable to forward X11 applications
@Martin I also think you'll need the xauth program, on the server. You might need to install some X libraries for that, even though your server is meant to be headless. As far as I remember, that's just the way it is, but I could be wrong.
Jan
3
answered Omit the target dir from find results