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comment Where is the nginx executable on Debian?
@Markasoftware agreed (on both counts :) ). I deliberately made my answer generic in the hope that it would work in more general situations.
Feb
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revised Change Permissions for a Specific User
Made question title more specific. Removed redundant help request from question
Feb
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answered Where is the nginx executable on Debian?
Jan
25
comment Symlink to clean up home directory
@DisplayName True but it makes it easier to maintain
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed Why cannot find read /run/user/1000/gvfs even though it is running as root?
Jan
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answered grep all the lines in a file and write line to a file from the pattern matching point
Jan
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answered Symlink to clean up home directory
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Dec
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comment Problems installing DEbian 8.2 (Jessie) on msi computer (during network install)
Try "Expert Install" mode and configure the debconf priority to its lowest setting: this will ask you a ton of questions during the installation process. If I remember correctly, one of those questions should be where you would like to read additional installation files/drivers from.
Dec
21
comment running commands from files
Will this produce output that is different from cat cmake_command?
Dec
21
comment running commands from files
I'm not sure what you're trying to do. Are you trying to print the cmake_command file line-by-line? If so, what is wrong with just cat cmake_command?
Dec
20
answered How to get only one character after match in string (to determine RHEL version from rpm)
Dec
14
comment Find all dirs/files that have symlinks pointing to them?
@schily True. In that case you can use stat to find out the link's target.
Dec
13
comment Two sed commands in one command
You mean sed -i 's/.../.../;/^$/d'?
Dec
13
comment Find all dirs/files that have symlinks pointing to them?
@RobertL You're right, they don't seem to be necessary. I just put them there out of habit.
Dec
13
answered how to give access to other user can access my account?
Dec
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answered Find all dirs/files that have symlinks pointing to them?
Dec
13
comment Perl - Why I can't use a variable into regex?
To work around this, you can use $regex = qr{$ARGV [0]}
Dec
13
comment Editing a file with several hard links
@mxdsp could be. As I told you, it should be relatively easy to treat it for yourself.