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revised Terminal prompt not wrapping correctly
common cause
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comment Terminal prompt not wrapping correctly
+99 if only I could.
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comment Tracking what commands were executed after sudo to another user
Re "HISTTIMEFORMAT seems to be buggy" - the format is for presentation, not for storage. It is used when you issue for example history 10. For storage, HISTTIMEFORMAT only says whether to store timestamps (if set to anything) or not to store at all (if unset). The entries are only stored as %s.
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answered Are Unix Internet sockets files?
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answered SFTP server on RHEL6 disconnects on ls
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accepted appendable and greppable archive on CentOS to hold many log files (logrotate on steroids)
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asked appendable and greppable archive on CentOS to hold many log files (logrotate on steroids)
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comment Faster alternative to ArchiveMount?
To get random access to a compressed file, you could also use pixz.
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comment Is there a way to modify a file in-place?
+1 kudos for the neat and portable perl script
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comment Why is bash giving me (apparently) conflicting information about a file?
You don't need r either.