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answered while: command not found
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comment sed whitespace matching confusion
I really did not post my real problem at first, just a portion of it. I thought I could figure out the main problem if I could get over the puzzling behavior of my first example.
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comment sed whitespace matching confusion
I know about tr. I will forever regret the example I initially posted. I was specifically wondering how to replace a sequence of whitespace with one character, even though I did a poor job of explaining that.
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comment sed whitespace matching confusion
@Leiaz Oh yes...been too long since I've studied regex. I do remember now about '+'.
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comment sed whitespace matching confusion
@Leiaz Hmmm....didn't think of that. So how do I match one or more?
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revised inotify does not work with linux kernel 3.4.11
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comment inotify does not work with linux kernel 3.4.11
No, CONFIG_DNOTIFY should not need to be set. Dnotify and Inotify are separate things (Inotify replaced Dnotify if I understand it correctly).
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answered Shortest way to extract last 3 characters of base (minus suffix) filename
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comment What are the minimum root filesystem applications that are required to fully boot linux?
@BigHomie Remember, the Free Software Foundation wants us all to call it GNU/Linux, since on most (all?) "Linux distros" the software is GNU, even though the kernel is Linux (hence GNU/Linux).
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comment How do I install syslinux/extlinux to a disk image file without requiring root privileges
@Patrick Editing fstab is global.
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answered How do I install syslinux/extlinux to a disk image file without requiring root privileges