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comment Always get Error: Operation not supported for: find /Path/ -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
That would be chmod a+r ...
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comment Always get Error: Operation not supported for: find /Path/ -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
That is not necessary because a MP3 is not a program but just data. This is true regardless of the OS
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comment Always get Error: Operation not supported for: find /Path/ -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
What is the problem you are trying to solve with this command? By dubious I mean pointless.
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revised Always get Error: Operation not supported for: find /Path/ -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
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answered Always get Error: Operation not supported for: find /Path/ -type f -exec chmod 755 {} \;
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revised How can I stop grep returning itself
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answered How can I stop grep returning itself
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Jul
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comment Which are (bash) shell special parameters?
You are welcome, that was odd because the preview didn't match the final rendering.
Jul
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revised Which are (bash) shell special parameters?
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Jul
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answered Print source code of bash script with it's includes
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revised Why doesn't the whole space equal to all the sub partition?
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answered Why doesn't the whole space equal to all the sub partition?
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comment What's a smart way to count the number of days since X?
@Kevin the fact date +%s works in UTC doesn't change at all the fact the result will be sometimes incorrect in location where DST is in use. "The number of days since X" is timezone dependent, one cannot ignore that fact with pretending to be in UTC.
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comment What's a smart way to count the number of days since X?
The probability leap seconds will trigger an error in about .000001%. This is negligible compared to the wrong number of days this method will give with locales where daylight saving time is observed: 2% of the cases ...
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comment Solaris 11 acpi “button” on Virtualbox
Can you better define "old solaris"? Is it an older release of Solaris, say Solaris 10 update something or a Solaris 11.2 installed some time ago?
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comment Change terminal color in solaris 10
Then: Edit / Current Profile / Colors
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comment Change terminal color in solaris 10
Should be somethng like: Right click / Profiles / Profile preferences / Colors
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answered Change terminal color in solaris 10
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comment Solaris 11 acpi “button” on Virtualbox
"ACPI Shutdown" / Control+H works here. What precise Solaris and VirtualBox releases are you using ?