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Jul
29
revised cat /dev/null emptied my log file but size did not change
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Jul
28
answered cat /dev/null emptied my log file but size did not change
Jul
26
awarded  Generalist
Jul
25
answered -bash: /dev/null: Permission denied
Jul
23
comment How to compare to floating point number in a shell script
@StéphaneChazelas fixed the LC_NUMERIC issue. Given the OP script syntax, I'm assuming his preferred separator is . anyway.
Jul
23
revised How to compare to floating point number in a shell script
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Jul
23
comment How to compare to floating point number in a shell script
Indeed, answer edited to clarify that point.
Jul
23
revised How to compare to floating point number in a shell script
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Jul
22
revised What package has GNU sed for Solaris?
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Jul
22
answered What package has GNU sed for Solaris?
Jul
12
comment in bash, read after a pipe is not setting values
It cannot be classified as a bug given the fact bash behavior complies with both its own documentation and the POSIX standard.
Jul
12
revised in bash, read after a pipe is not setting values
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Jul
12
answered in bash, read after a pipe is not setting values
Jul
7
comment Solaris 10 installation on KVM constantly reboot
Are you really running a Solaris kernel on SPARC ? If true, how is this "target-i386" issue related to the SPARC architecture ?
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
14
revised How to compare to floating point number in a shell script
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Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
Jun
2
comment Bash syntax error when “else” follows an empty “then” clause
Gnouc answer, which is also the most upvoted one, is already adressing the original question.
May
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I find the process ID of a command started in another terminal?
May
25
awarded  bash