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Mar
23
comment Installing latest wireshark impossible?
Are the Qt-dev libs & headers installed, too?
Mar
18
comment bash bad interpreter and permission denied
First of all: 5.1 had end of support 5 years ago. cough Did you by any chance install a 64-bit perl on a 32-bit OS?
Mar
5
answered grep randomly appearing and disappearing in ps aux (ps aux | grep python)
Feb
23
comment What is the meaning of ls -d ?
@richard : you should make that an answer.
Feb
17
comment BashScript works from Terminal but not from CronTab
Now if only you provided the actual script :} for us to look at... it may require an actual TTY for in-/output, for example. Is it using fully qualified paths?
Feb
15
answered Why are “{}” and “%” commonly used as replstr in xargs?
Feb
15
answered What does the option -C achieve in ls output?
Feb
12
answered Mounting Encfs Container
Feb
12
comment Mounting Encfs Container
You could. Or I could make it an answer and get some credit ;}
Feb
12
comment Mounting Encfs Container
So ... have you considered encfs ~/.rthg_encfs ~/rthg? :)
Feb
12
comment Mounting Encfs Container
It would really help if you a) provided the exact invocation you're using on the command-line, and b) any messages/outcomes you get from that.
Feb
11
comment What is the Difference between Regex `[]*` and `[]+`?
Ummm ... no. [] defines a character class. Adding a pipe symbol to that won't do what you think it does. It's NOT grouping. Also three dots inside [] don't make sense. They're literals in there.
Feb
9
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Feb
3
reviewed Approve What is a good example of a bash script to study in order to learn good coding conventions?
Feb
3
comment How to merge duplicated history of command on terminal?
While this is a step in the right direction it won't do quite what the OP wants. It will NOT give them just three entries, one for make, one for ls and one for ruby ... it will just bunch up subsequent repeats.
Feb
2
comment Capital S in file permissions
@jasonwryan: I don't think this is a dupe; exeleon is concerned about the fact chmoding didn't remove the S, and I'm with them on that one.
Jan
25
answered Who command: what is S on slackware?
Jan
20
answered How do I loop through a file with awk
Dec
9
comment give group permissions to specific device
You forgot to mention which distro you're on. On most I've used in the past I'd use the udev-rules that trigger the creation of the device-node and have them assign group-ownerships as well as creating it.
Dec
2
reviewed Approve how to capture and see packet contents with tcpdump