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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Is there a way to temporarily disable segfault messages in dmesg?
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Is there a way to temporarily disable segfault messages in dmesg?
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asked Is there a way to temporarily disable segfault messages in dmesg?
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revised How to search for <td>n in vim?
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answered How to search for <td>n in vim?
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awarded  Scholar
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comment How to install dependencies of an rpm package without installing the package itself? (rhel/fedora)
Thanks. Seems to be working even on rpm files. Exactly what I was looking for.
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accepted How to install dependencies of an rpm package without installing the package itself? (rhel/fedora)
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asked How to install dependencies of an rpm package without installing the package itself? (rhel/fedora)
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comment iterate over file and send lines as positional parameters to another file
@PM2Ring Right, my bad. For some reason I thought it was any white space. I must have confused it with something else. I usually use read with various separators to code split string function in a shell.
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answered iterate over file and send lines as positional parameters to another file
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comment Can I make [ $(($1 % $check)) -ne 0 ]; be more performant and not be killed?
@MichaelDurrant No, I meant --check, but I don't think it matters. Pre-decrement is faster in theory since you don't have to remember the previous value. But that's most likely micro-optimization that won't have any real impact.
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answered Can I make [ $(($1 % $check)) -ne 0 ]; be more performant and not be killed?
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comment bc output binary as nibbles separated by whitespace
Okay, I believe I fixed that with rev.
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revised bc output binary as nibbles separated by whitespace
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answered bc output binary as nibbles separated by whitespace
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