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Feb
26
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
comment Prevent scp from asking passphrase
Thanks. The answers from the duplicate function were really helpful. I think keychain will do. But If that's not convenient I'll go with passphrase-less authentication.
Nov
21
asked Prevent scp from asking passphrase
Nov
21
comment Automated ssh login with passphrase?
But where do I put from= and command=? I mean in which file?
Oct
31
awarded  Yearling
Oct
24
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
4
comment Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
@scai, yes. It's generally a problem with case insensitiveness. Read Emanuel Berg's answer.
Jan
4
comment Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
Thanks. took me some time to read and understand it, but very helpful +1.
Jan
4
comment Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
@scai , How will two commands match?
Jan
4
comment Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
thanks. "it is a file system feature" made me understand more about linux filesystem. +1
Jan
4
accepted Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
Jan
4
comment Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
good. I get it. +1
Jan
4
awarded  Custodian
Jan
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
Jan
4
asked Why is the terminal case-sensitive?
Oct
12
comment Only one file name allowed error
yes. i just cross checked it with vim
Oct
12
awarded  Commentator
Oct
12
comment Only one file name allowed error
what good may come from this. a user can tamper with other user's data. Doesn't this look bad?
Oct
12
comment How can I detect that no options were passed with getopts?
thanks. +1 for you. when I put the last 3 lines from your code in sample.sh and run bash sample.sh -abc file.txt it gives - 1 non-option arguments. how do I find out how many options were given. (here 3)