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28
reviewed Approve Postfix does not work with TLS but Dovecot does
Sep
25
reviewed Approve How to get the current date and time in YYYYMMDDHHMMSS format in ksh88?
Sep
25
reviewed Approve How to change dmenu's font size in xmonad?
Sep
21
reviewed Approve Is it possible to replace </sys:String> with sed command?
Sep
18
answered IPCS command for Shared memory and semaphore in Solaris, HP-UX and AIX
Sep
17
answered RBAC user cannot execute useradd on Solaris 10
Sep
17
reviewed Reject Grep for multiple strings, show number of lines after one of the strings (but not the other)
Sep
16
reviewed Approve How to setup password-less ssh with RSA keys
Sep
14
reviewed Reject View full commands in ps output
Sep
8
reviewed Approve How to find out if a system uses SysV, Upstart or Systemd initsystem
Sep
7
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Sep
7
reviewed No Action Needed Obtaining Solaris 10 patches
Sep
4
reviewed Approve Backup issue DirectAdmin - Centos 7
Sep
4
reviewed Approve Find the time of the file received in a particular directory
Aug
27
reviewed Approve Can't install fail2ban on Centos 7.1
Aug
24
comment How can I replace the <title> element in many HTML files?
take a look at sed command.
Aug
24
comment 'while read line do' cause: “syntax error near unexpected token `done'” in Linux bash script
@Murat, just like Stephane mentioned, the problem seems to be in the [...]. Hope the file for example with vim and enable the syntax check. You should be able to see if something is not terminated. I have my share of cases where the script complain at line 150 and the problem as on a misquote in a completed different line.
Aug
24
reviewed Approve Problem mounting disk
Aug
24
reviewed Approve Shell Script how to approach the below scenario mentioned?
Aug
22
reviewed Approve Resume transfer of a single file by rsync