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reviewed Delete How to respawn vpnc when it stops?
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reviewed Approve Apache can't access file while is has permission
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reviewed Leave Closed How and why is linux well known and important in the hacking and information technology world?
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reviewed Close Add Disk Google Cloud
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reviewed No Action Needed echo $PATH shows path to python scripts, but they cannot be executed
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reviewed No Action Needed Bash output redirection to sub directory of current directory
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reviewed Reviewed How Do I Shrink the Visible Area of the X11 Root Window?
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revised How Do I Shrink the Visible Area of the X11 Root Window?
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reviewed No Action Needed is there a way to get the url from current tab in google-chrome?
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reviewed Close Extends partition using another disk
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reviewed No Action Needed How can I get relative date based on relative date by linux date command?
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reviewed No Action Needed Editing a device tree to disable driver loading
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revised Sort files by highest number in filename
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comment Why “grep -q -v” only works with single line input?
It will return 0 as long as there's at least one line not matching the pattern.
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revised How to join two files based on fields with out rearrange the colums order?
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revised Can I use Zsh's built-in wildcard matching to replace the use of `find` here?
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revised How do I find out what program 'owns' a hotkey?
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reviewed Leave Closed How can we prevent parameter expansion?
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reviewed Leave Closed Do a bash script and `bash -c <command>` run in a subshell environment?
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comment Reading file using shell script, format of the line has changed
Quote your vars... displayLine(){ echo "$1"; } then while read -r line; do displayLine "$line"; done < infile Anyway, if you're using while..read to process text you're doing it wrong.