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bio website janosgyerik.com
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I like to code and I do it a lot. I want to build software to save the planet.

If you use Bazaar, you might be interested in my book Bazaar Version Control. If you work a lot in the shell, you might be interested in my Time-Saving Tricks on the Command Line.

I make free Android apps like Programming Quiz, websites like bashoneliners.com, and other open source stuff.

You can find me on Twitter as @janosgyerik or on my blog.


Dec
30
answered How to edit/delete a .dot_file on mac without using Terminal
Dec
30
revised Substring only the first column in awk
added 880 characters in body
Dec
30
answered Substring only the first column in awk
Dec
30
comment Permissions not extended to user in minecraft group
Is /srv on a dedicated partition, or the same as /? What's the output of mount | grep /srv?
Dec
30
comment Permissions not extended to user in minecraft group
Yeah I mistyped it. I asked to confirm you have the right permissions up until /srv/minecraft itself, I was most interested in knowing if you can cd there
Dec
29
answered Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
Dec
29
answered How to create an alias for opening a directory on Mac
Dec
29
revised How to bury an invisible mark into lines of text?
added 520 characters in body
Dec
29
answered How to bury an invisible mark into lines of text?
Dec
22
revised find & sed (search and replace)
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Dec
20
answered How do I search for all the folders that begin with a dot ( . )?
Jul
6
comment Bad substitution inside xargs subshell?
I think you should first state the real problem and the solution, and after that as an additional tip mention the potential quoting issue in case the filenames have spaces or other characters that need quoting.
Jul
6
comment Bad substitution inside xargs subshell?
I'm pretty sure the trailing slash is unnecessary. It's not anywhere in the doc you linked. Simply try to rerun without it and you'll see! (After you fixed as per the answer below.)
Apr
10
revised setuid programs don't seem to run setuid in TinyCore Linux
added 360 characters in body
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
accepted setuid programs don't seem to run setuid in TinyCore Linux
Mar
17
comment A bunch of files have 777 permissions
Normally you don't need to check the permissions every time, unless you want to be suspicious. It's strange how those application files got such permissions.
Mar
17
revised A bunch of files have 777 permissions
added 6 characters in body
Mar
16
answered Cannot access to web server, but can ssh to it
Mar
16
answered A bunch of files have 777 permissions