121 reputation
2
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 3 months
seen 2 days ago

Oct
21
comment Count records matching pattern with Awk
Do you have to use awk? If not, you could just use grep -c CFS264 lastloggedin | wc -l.
Nov
2
comment Can't copy/move between filesystems with SFTP
@gaskopeter: Sorry, as for the insecurity, I confused it with FTPS. As for the firewall comment: Have a look at the section "SFTP proxy" in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SSH_File_Transfer_Protocol. I have a similar problem in office when connecting to a specific server and think our IT security department might have something like that set up because I can SFTP to/from other servers, but from that one machine, every transfer fails to my local machine. But it works if I connect over UMTS.
Nov
2
comment Can't copy/move between filesystems with SFTP
Forget about the second part of my previous comment, I mixed it up...
Nov
2
comment Can't copy/move between filesystems with SFTP
This could also be a firewall problem (like I myself have at the office). However, AFAIK SFTP is inherently insecure, and if you have the possibility to use scp instead, you probably should set that up (I don't know whether Filezilla supports SCP, but WinSCP is an alternative in case it doesn't).
Oct
22
awarded  Teacher
Oct
22
comment Print only lines that are completely numeric
PS: you asked for awk. Should be using grep instead...
Oct
22
answered Print only lines that are completely numeric
Oct
1
comment Is it a bad idea to use an SD card for home directory?
Perhaps using rsync would be an option? I haven't tried, but I think it should be possible to have rsync pull in changes from SD card upon login or boot and write back when you log out/shutdown.
Oct
1
comment Is it a bad idea to use an SD card for home directory?
That really scares me... If you carry your home directory with you, what happens if you loose your SD card? Do you really need the whole home directory or just some of the folders (like documents etc)? How about using git/mercurial for automatically keeping everything up to date?
Aug
11
awarded  Supporter
Aug
11
comment Bash: What does “>|” do?
Wow. Learned something new today after more than 15 years of using linux...