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answered Archiving to remote-machine with tar/cpio and ssh?
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answered run command with sudo su in script and redirect stdin and stdout
Aug
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comment chmod – execute permission for non-admins?
Try running the command with the relative path ./command_name
Aug
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comment Why a crond can start late randomly
Can you post the line you are using in the crontab?
Aug
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answered Content Explanation Of: /proc/fs/ext4/device_name/mb_groups
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comment Remove lines from a file depending on lines found in another file
Also If you run with -re and redirect you will have file2 repeated for as many hashes you have in the first file. Basically for each hash in the first file it replaces it in the second file and prints the result, so that is why you have so many lines.
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comment Remove lines from a file depending on lines found in another file
Well, I think that is because I print every hash in the first file, when I do the substitution(the echo "\n" $i part). Anyhow if you run it with -ri you don't have to redirect, because it does the substitution in place
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Remove lines from a file depending on lines found in another file
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accepted File descriptor linked to socket or pipe in proc
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asked File descriptor linked to socket or pipe in proc
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted New source install over existing one
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comment New source install over existing one
Thank you, this is the answer i was looking for. I thought it should work that way, and probably with ldd and which i can figure out the old install files location and with that info i can edit the Makefile. I'm tend to use sources for installs because it seems to me this way I understand the system better.
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awarded  Student
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comment New source install over existing one
LFS is the next step :)