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Aug
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revised Print concat vars inside loop
Remove wget tag. Question doesn't concern wget at all
Aug
29
suggested approved edit on Print concat vars inside loop
Jul
23
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Jun
19
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Jun
18
reviewed No Action Needed Fresh install Debian Jessie over existing Debian Wheezy on laptop
Jun
18
answered What commands can I use to debug or profile a slow DNS / internet connection?
Jun
18
comment What commands can I use to debug or profile a slow DNS / internet connection?
What have you already tried?
Jun
18
reviewed No Action Needed TTY/Console Wallpaper Arch Linux
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed User to run weechat over ssh
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed compile ffmpeg centos
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed grep .* returns results from .bash_history and complains about
Jun
17
reviewed Reviewed grep .* returns results from .bash_history and complains about
Jun
17
reviewed No Action Needed Script to remove IPs or network ranges from an IP space
Jun
10
revised How can I get my PS1 prompt to show time, user, host, directories and git branch
Added an image of the PS 1 Line
May
25
comment How can I connect to the same server in multiple irssi instances?
And why can't you simply connect back into your tmux session?
May
24
comment How can I connect to the same server in multiple irssi instances?
What exactly is it that you're trying to achieve?
Apr
2
comment cannot get speakers to work on arch linux
Nope. That's only the system beep. If your'e using PulseAudio, open pavucontrol and take a look at the all the channels. Make sure none of them are muted.
Apr
2
comment cannot get speakers to work on arch linux
Did you unmute the audio channel?
Feb
10
comment wget not working but apt-get does
Could you share the output of Wget. Why exactly does it not work? What is the error? It would be even better if you can share the output with the --debug option when running Wget
Feb
7
comment In a shell script, How to give a variable another value after one job is done?
Not an answer, but you definitely should try to use more verbose variable names. Single character names are only a recipe for disaster