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I am an IT Software Tester, learning C#, C++ and Linux.
I have done a lot of work on the following platforms:

SCO
Linux Ubunutu 4.1 - 12.04
Solaris on SPARC
Solaris on INTEL
HP-UXi v3
FreeBSD
RHEL (5.10 & 7)

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comment How print only the current logged in “root” user IP address?
I did not downvote you, but can you explain what you have done here please?
Aug
13
comment Split a file into multiple based on selected lines
What NIX platform are you using?
Aug
12
comment Upstart - load bashrc variable
Can you add what you have tried, please?
Aug
11
comment Error Restoring Virtual Machine
What machine are you working on? What virtualization software are you using?
Jul
31
comment Executable exists for everything but bash & file manager
Check what version distro you are using: serverfault.com/questions/27590/…
Jul
31
comment Bandwith Usage in PAM Authentication
Have you looked on Google before asking?
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
I have used top -i and have all the running processes, which is sufficient for me, as I have this machine on VirtualBox.
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
Oops, I moved the X: COMMAND to the top of the filters list. It is now in the front of the list. But I can't filter it by only that one filename: afile
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
Should I use this command line: top oCOMMAND=afile? I tried that and got: top: unknown argument 'o'
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
It looks like the PID's are changing, so maybe it is what you say then @MarkPlotnick, cuz when the PID changes, it means it has died and started again, gaining a new PID.
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
Well they are running all the time, but they might drop off every so often - but, yes that is correct. I really want to see them, even if they are sleeping.
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
I am using Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS, if that makes any difference?
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
See I can do this: top -p pgrep -d ',' "afile*"`` but then shows the first 3, then disappears... When I try the other command, you gave, I get this: top: unknown argument '7' usage: top -hv | -bcisSH -d delay -n iterations [-u user | -U user] -p pid [,pid ...]
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
I am getting this: top: unknown argument '1'
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
Oh wait, it disappears when it refreshes itself.
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
That's fixed it, thanks a lot!
Jul
30
comment How to use top with only showing CMD name
Sorry, I edited my post, saying: "There is a certain file that I am running through Apache2, and I want to monitor it only." - I can sort them alphabetically by pressing c, but that doesn't really help... Well it does for me, as the filename starts with "A"
Feb
14
comment How to clean up dual ESP partition mess
Please format your question, to make it easier to read?
Jan
21
comment Display all the dates in week numbers in UNIX
What platform are you running on? uname -a
Jan
16
comment Some garbage characters in Linux terminal
Looks like something you are accessing is encrypted.