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Feb
8
revised Read columns from file into separate variables
Corrected IFS acronym
Feb
8
comment Read columns from file into separate variables
I've added input redirection to provide the name of the file to be read.
Feb
8
revised Read columns from file into separate variables
Added explicit redirection to file to read
Feb
8
answered Read columns from file into separate variables
Feb
2
answered Use “tune2fs” on XFS filesystem, get “Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock.”
Jan
13
answered wait and recycling of PID
Dec
18
answered How to get only one character after match in string (to determine RHEL version from rpm)
Dec
2
comment How do I get yum groupinstall to work without a groups install file?
yum grouplist -v to the standard CentOS repositories returns the available groups for me. This yields the "no installed" message, though, if I only connect to my local repository.
Dec
2
comment How can I see all journald entries in Centos 7?
Perhaps: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/159221/…
Dec
2
comment Redhat 6.6 root partition is showing 100% full after power failure
You need to assess subordinate directories (like '/var/www/' that constitute significant usage). You are not concerned with the '/' directory (obviously).
Dec
2
answered Redhat 6.6 root partition is showing 100% full after power failure
Nov
16
comment Punctuation in bash script
Shell assignments can't have spaces surrounding the assignment operator.
Oct
21
comment how can I create two files with same name with different case in mac osx
See apple.stackexchange.com/questions/71357/…
Oct
20
comment Use terminal-based documentation effectively (no web browser)
No internet = buy-a-book. The manpages are not intended as how-to tutorials but as a reference for the details of commands, libraries, devices, etc.
Oct
20
answered Strange behavior of 'ps -o pgid'
Oct
18
revised Trap handling and implicit subshells in shell scripts
Add URL to `trap`
Oct
18
answered Trap handling and implicit subshells in shell scripts
Oct
9
comment script to check if SSL certificate is valid
If your running Red Hat/CentOS/Fedora, have a look at certmonger. It's also available from the standard repositories.
Oct
7
comment Cannot login to SSH with public key
Possible duplicate of unix.stackexchange.com/questions/45042/…
Oct
7
comment Cannot login to SSH with public key
What are the permissions of you .ssh directory? They should be 0700 owned by you. The 'authorized_keys' should be 0644