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seen Sep 8 at 20:42

I am an undergraduate student who has completed his B-Tech in Information & Communication Technology(ICT), INDIA.

I am just a normal guy who has recently found interest in programming. Initially I was a big Java fan but now I am a Python enthusiast.

Currently, fighting my way through Haskell.


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comment Ubuntu12.04: How to disable a daemon process at startup
Yes '2' refer to the run-level. You can check your current run-level using who -r or runlevel.
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accepted No such file or directory error when using xargs
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comment No such file or directory error when using xargs
@warl0ck: No change even after using ls -1. Lesson learned do not try to parse the o/p of ls. Thanks.
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comment No such file or directory error when using xargs
@warl0ck: doesn't work for me i.imgur.com/F6kJU.png
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comment No such file or directory error when using xargs
@warl0ck: The solution will not work in my case because I have leading space in the beginning of file and I have already mentioned this in my post/question.
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comment No such file or directory error when using xargs
Yes, I know I have leading space that's why I wrapped the xargs f in "".
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comment No such file or directory error when using xargs
Thats even better but still curious why it is not working with xargs.
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asked No such file or directory error when using xargs
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accepted How to redirect output to a file from within cron?
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comment How to redirect output to a file from within cron?
@dubiousjim: Thanks. valuable info.