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comment How to configure for an Authenticating Proxy Server
I only update my cntlm config file when my NTLM proxy password (The domain password) changes.
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Mar
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revised Is there a unix command that gives the maximum of two numbers?
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answered Is there a unix command that gives the maximum of two numbers?
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Jan
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comment Why do we need to mount on Linux?
The already given answers all give good information but glosses over the fact that the operating system manages access to a single virtual naming space. When you mount a file system on a device you make it a part of the virtual file system, allowing programs to access files on that device via path names. Note that device names are managed by the kernel but you get to choose "where" in the virtual file system space a file system must be.
Jan
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comment Extract substring using regular expression on a Unix file
@mikeserv It handles the sample data provided, not all possible types of data.
Jan
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comment Extract substring using regular expression on a Unix file
A variation on this which is slightly longer but 100 times easier to read (and write!) is sed 's|.*/\(.._..._..._...\)/.*|\1|' <input
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answered Extract substring using regular expression on a Unix file
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comment Add thousands separator in a number
You can do echo 123456789 | awk '{printf ("%'\''d\n", $0)}' (which evidently doesn't always work on Linux!?, but works fine on AIX and Solaris)
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Oct
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comment No sound on linux
Check the file Access Control List on each of the files in /dev/snd. Your User should be listed. Also chmod o+t /dev/snd/*
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revised Is there a way to tell sudo to set my username as owner for the files created instead of root?
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Aug
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answered Is there a way to tell sudo to set my username as owner for the files created instead of root?
Aug
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comment Is there a way to tell sudo to set my username as owner for the files created instead of root?
This assumes the user can write to the target directory.