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Apr
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accepted Find “.git” dirs but ignore some paths; or how does `find -not` work
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asked Find “.git” dirs but ignore some paths; or how does `find -not` work
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comment Why does the “she-bang” begin with a “#!”?
Is it really the kernel that does that, it sounds like it is the current shell you work in that will parse the shebang and then push the script
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answered Alternative Window Manager
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comment Making Debian Bleeding Edge
The part you are looking for is: "To upgrade to next-stable testing, if you already installed the stable release, edit your /etc/apt/sources.list substituting "stable" (or the current codename for stable) in the apt lines to 'testing' (or the current code name for the next stable release). You may also do this with synaptic."
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comment simple hostname resolution on LAN
The answer to your question, is the same as that other question. Use /etc/hosts or install a local dns server.
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Apr
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accepted Can I make grep treat escaped multiline as a single line?