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A embedded Linux developer, mostly working with Qt. Love to explore development processes (git workflows, automatic test etc..) to try and make development as fun as possible. :)


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accepted ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
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comment ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
I doesn't work for me. It just outputs the the found patterns without a filename where it was found.
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comment ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
It doesn't show the files in witch the pattern is found.
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comment ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
Nope, lists the links.
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comment ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
What version of grep is that. I have -R, -r, --recursive Read all files under each directory, recursively; this is equivalent to the -d recurse option. in 2.10
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asked ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
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comment Start the networking from scratch
"prevents the /etc folder to be modified" - is it a permission error?
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asked Compare two kernel config files from the menuconfig perspective?
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accepted Use xdotool in a telnet session
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answered Use xdotool in a telnet session
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asked Use xdotool in a telnet session
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accepted Placement of kernel binary and sources for kernel module building?
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comment What does “make install” do in the Makefile that comes with the kernel?
@Mat if you would post your comment as an answer, i would accept it as correct.
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comment What does “make install” do in the Makefile that comes with the kernel?
I was aiming for what make install does. The other "installs" were here just the output of grep, and were meant to show that there is no Makefile targer named "install:".