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comment Is there a way to tell sudo to set my username as owner for the files created instead of root?
Wasn't aware of install. Thank you.
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asked Is there a way to tell sudo to set my username as owner for the files created instead of root?
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asked Find all symlinks to a directory and change target to another directory
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accepted If a start-up script in `init.d` has standard output, where is that logged if anywhere?
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revised Script for testing SFTP login status?
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comment Script for testing SFTP login status?
Correct. I've used an nmap command line for servers that do not allow SSH login. I'll add that to the answer just in case it's useful. Thanks!
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answered Script for testing SFTP login status?
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comment Delete all but largest file in multiple directories
Doh, thanks!! Didn't catch that. Appreciate the input (pun not intended).
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comment Delete all but largest file in multiple directories
Good catches, +1. Can you elaborate on the split glob part? Thought I covered my bases on whitespace but didn't get a chance to test.
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comment Delete all but largest file in multiple directories
I suppose simple is subjective. Feel free to comment on portability. I tried to use common utilities and avoid xargs.
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answered Delete all but largest file in multiple directories
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comment What is the difference of -a and -e in bash's conditional expressions?
Only the developers would know #2---unless they shared their reasoning to the community.
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asked If a start-up script in `init.d` has standard output, where is that logged if anywhere?
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