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May
23
comment How to browse a website as if I am in USA?
As this is not a specific Unix question, you would get more visibility on superuser.com, I suggest you migrate this question there
Oct
3
comment /usr/bin/vim vs. /bin/vim
If it's a symlink shouldn't it be shown with an l when I perform ls?
May
22
comment How can get a list of all scheduled cron jobs on my machine?
stackoverflow.com/questions/134906/…
Feb
19
comment How do I find where Apache keeps the log files?
/etc/apache2# rgrep "ErrorLog" . displays dozens of config files that specify ${APACHE_LOG_DIR}/error.sitename.log, but this is not one of those. /etc/apache2# rgrep "LogLevel" . gets me only a few default files.
Feb
15
comment Fedup fails to update Fedora 19 to 20
I have read unix.stackexchange.com/questions/107089/… but it didn't help.
Feb
14
comment Fedup fails to update Fedora 19 to 20
I can't post my log files on pastebin, they're 800kb and 9MB (ouch!)
Dec
1
comment How do I get a websites title using command line?
I don't understand "You pipe to to recode html.. if there are things like < in it.", can you give examples please? Thanks.
Sep
20
comment Rename files in the local folder adding a prefix or suffix
That's almost perfect! It would be perfect if it (1) checked if the prefix or suffix is already present (and then skipped), and (2) worked on files with no extension. Sorry for bothering so much...
Sep
19
comment Rename files in the local folder adding a prefix or suffix
That's a nice answer, but I was looking for something more universal; for this answer you need both perl and this specific (or equivalent) rename being present. And I do know suffixes are a bit harder, it wasn't covered in the linked question, and I'm a beginner on linux, bash, shell script, perl and regular expressions, so "a bit harder" is quite hard to me! :)
Dec
3
comment Adding repositories with “./”
@derobert How do I properly close it?
Dec
3
comment Adding repositories with “./”
@Gilles sorry for taking your time. I tried the same proccess today and it worked fine. I don't know where I messed up previously. I'm so ashamed.
Dec
2
comment Adding repositories with “./”
This question has been on askubuntu for a week with no votes and no answers, so I deleted it from there and re-asked it here.