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comment How do I achieve this task of creating a shared folder and controll newly created files
@Wildcard I dont think this should be counted as a duplicate. The original question is asking what the solution is to the problem whereas I am asking if my solution is the correct approach. The problem may be the same, the question however is different. What is the answer vs is my answer correct.
Apr
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accepted How do I achieve this task of creating a shared folder and controll newly created files
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asked How do I achieve this task of creating a shared folder and controll newly created files
Mar
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revised what does policycoreutils-devel do with regards to SElinux in relation to rhcsa
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asked what does policycoreutils-devel do with regards to SElinux in relation to rhcsa
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asked trouble understanding GID and chmod g+s
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accepted attempting to create a script, with an alias, that will backup a single file
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comment attempting to create a script, with an alias, that will backup a single file
I think this is exactly what im looking for. Your $1 lead me to look up and read about positional parameters - very interesting. Can you confirm where the best place is to add the path to PATH? Should I just check the current PATH and place it in the existing path locations, or should I add a new path to .bashrc or .bash_profile. Not sure of the difference
Mar
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comment attempting to create a script, with an alias, that will backup a single file
just a single file at once. No I dont have to have an alias, as long as I can call the script globally without having to do something like ... /path/to/script./bu /path/to/file/file1.txt
Mar
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asked attempting to create a script, with an alias, that will backup a single file
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accepted is it possible to list documentation via yum like RPM does
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asked is it possible to list documentation via yum like RPM does
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revised process command and the percent sign usage
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Mar
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asked process command and the percent sign usage
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asked easy way to just print the man page intro or description
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comment is there a tool that edits /etc/login.defs for you?
new accounts as they are created.
Mar
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asked is there a tool that edits /etc/login.defs for you?
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accepted Why is there an error when grepping man results?
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comment Why is there an error when grepping man results?
do you know of any way to fix this issue by chance?