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answered trying to install chef-client package via local yum repo
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comment Renaming: How to attach a word or rename multiple files
It's OK to edit someone else's answer to fix things like this.
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comment Renaming: How to attach a word or rename multiple files
There's no need to use ls - just use a fileglob to expand the filenames directly.
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comment Renaming: How to attach a word or rename multiple files
@kasperd True - while in this particular case there were no filenames with spaces, it's a good habit to get into.
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comment How to duplicate a daemon?
@Freedom To see which is which, run `ps auxw" which will use a wider output format and thus give you more information about the arguments.
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answered How to duplicate a daemon?
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comment User has write permissions but cannot write to files
Can you write to those files if you do it in some other manner, e.g. by using echo "foo" >> /path/to/network/file?
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comment How to run multiple sudo commands over already opened ssh connection
Start by logging in and running sudo -l - that will tell you what permissions you have.
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comment How to run multiple sudo commands over already opened ssh connection
@dnup1092 If you have the ability to use sudo to switch to root, then you have the ability to change the configuration.
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