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Mar
17
comment ssh to remote machine using shell script
Don't. Instead, use a passwordless SSH key with limited permissions.
Mar
17
revised ssh to remote machine using shell script
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Mar
13
reviewed No Action Needed How to check if a video is completely downloaded?
Mar
9
reviewed Close Sorting ls output where files end in numbers
Mar
9
revised Using Grep Command Without Specifying a Certain Directory
added info of recursive option as per comment from andcoz
Mar
9
comment Using Grep Command Without Specifying a Certain Directory
right @andcoz, I'd completely forgotten that. I'm too old; I started using grep on Solaris, which didn't have that, so I learned to use find instead and it's stuck with me.
Mar
9
answered Using Grep Command Without Specifying a Certain Directory
Mar
9
comment How can I tell my program to save in ~
@vonbrand I quite agree that /tmp is a bad place to store data. But it's not a bad place to write a downloaded file to, provided you later move it to wherever you'd like to actually store it.
Mar
9
comment How can I tell my program to save in ~
A far better idea than mine.
Mar
8
reviewed Edit How to fix “Failed to mount root filesystem - failed to open /dev/console” in RedHat after Cloning Disk
Mar
8
revised How to fix “Failed to mount root filesystem - failed to open /dev/console” in RedHat after Cloning Disk
fixed spelling and clarified
Mar
8
comment How can I tell my program to save in ~
@thrig Given the constraints in the question, I am sceptical that the program would be able to handle the substitution required to deal with different temp dirs for different users. Also, since the poster suggested using /home, there would seem to be little requirement for privacy.
Mar
8
answered How can I tell my program to save in ~
Mar
8
reviewed Reviewed Upgrading the CPU in a CentOS server
Mar
2
comment How to get UK keyboard layout in Centos 5.11 console
I'm voting to move this question to Unix & Linux since it's more about how unix works than about systems administration. This doesn't mean that the question is bad, just that it's more likely to get a good answer there.
Mar
2
reviewed Approve How to install a single Jessie package on Wheezy?
Mar
2
reviewed Close WGET encountering 403 when trying to access filter - nginx
Mar
2
comment WGET encountering 403 when trying to access filter - nginx
I'm voting to close it because it's about getting access to something that the owner of the website has denied you. Breaking through the permissions deliberately set by the site owner is not something Unix & Linux should help with.
Mar
2
reviewed Close What is the appropriate pronunciation of the “dmesg” filename?
Mar
2
reviewed Close Can I set two default gateway on linux?