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comment send email only when find finds something
Please edit your question. Try to add an explicit question. (One ending in a question mark.) Try to make clear what's the relation between the find command and the emails being sent.
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comment send email only when find finds something
What exactly is your question?
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comment How do I run as a limited user while logged in as Root, and another question
No need for thanks. Just upvote/accept the answer.
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answered How do I run as a limited user while logged in as Root, and another question
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comment How do I run as a limited user while logged in as Root, and another question
In future please ask separate questions if they are not related.
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comment How to set up networking on a per-user basis?
For linux have a look at network namespaces.
Jul
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answered How can a permission a directory so that a user can list the contents, but cannot read them
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revised reading a list of lines from a file writing output to a utility
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answered reading a list of lines from a file writing output to a utility
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comment reading a list of lines from a file writing output to a utility
You have one file containing lines, and another file containing line numbers, and you want to produce a third file containing only the lines of the first file with the line numbers of the second file. - Did I understand your question correctly?
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answered Why can't tar extract .zip files?
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revised List all the html tags in a file
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comment List all the html tags in a file
Be aware that your sed solution is not bash only...
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answered List all the html tags in a file
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comment -bash: cd: .ssh/: Permission denied
No, cd is a shell builtin. You cannot use sudo with it.
Jul
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comment -bash: cd: .ssh/: Permission denied
What is the output of id;ls -ld ~/.ssh?
Jul
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comment Random named file in home directory, possibly hacked?
If I would try to hack you, I definitely would not place strange files directly in your home directory. It looks more like you accidentally ran some weird command, for example by a middle click pasting some text into your shell. - Maybe the timestamp of the file could give you a hint when it was created. Also have a look at the output of history. Maybe you can spot the responsible command.
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answered Trying to SSH to local VM Ubuntu with putty
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answered How do I use gunzip and tar to extract my tar.gz file to the specific directory I want?