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I'm a unix sysadmin, working as a consultant at Init AB (www.init.se).

Previous jobs include sysadmin in charge of security related systems at a large bank, and mail servers at a largish ISP, including handling abuse and spam issues.

Email address: jenny@init.se


Oct
25
comment search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
@eadmaster Edited in a fix for that.
Oct
25
revised search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
added way to re-set path after checking for the binary
Oct
25
comment search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
@Gilles I think one of us has misunderstood the problem, because that comment does not make sense to me from how the question was phrased.
Oct
24
comment search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
@eadmaster Code snippet added. (note that I used { as the separator because it gets boring writing a \ before each / in the sed command...)
Oct
24
revised search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
added section to do the unnecessary
Oct
24
comment search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
The search order is standardized. Since you can set your own path, you can set it so that $HOME/bin is last. Or you can put these particular scripts in a different directory (e.g. $HOME/scripts) and add that directory last to your path.
Oct
24
answered search a command in PATH with the same name of the script
Oct
21
comment Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message
Great that you found the solution! It would be very much appreciated if you could take a few moments to write it into an answer that you can accept and I can upvote too... (There might be a timelimit before you can do this since you're a new user, but it would be really helpful for others if you could hang around and do that!)
Oct
20
reviewed Close Replacing multiple lines in sed or awk
Oct
20
reviewed Looks OK Why teamviewer starts again after being killed
Oct
20
reviewed Leave Closed SSH into multiple remote machines through ssh tunnel
Oct
20
reviewed No Action Needed Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message
Oct
20
comment Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message
What are the permissions on /hulk?
Oct
16
reviewed Close Best Dictionary Software for Linux
Oct
16
reviewed Close What are the types of ~, ~-, ~+, *?
Oct
14
reviewed Close Sort three columns?
Oct
13
comment CentOS 6.5 Apache redirection from external access
Output from your webserver logs would help.
Oct
13
comment Linux solution for schools?
@fonix232 Is there any of the answers here that you think would be good enough for the bounty I put on the question?
Oct
13
answered Chroot gone wrong, can't ssh with user
Oct
13
comment ssh public key authentication not working
The key that is successfully verified is the server's host key - your own private key is not being verified successfully. Do you have access to the sshd logs of the remote server? Also, what are the permissions of your own home directory on the remote server?