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comment Auditing configuration
There are many kernel subsystems that generate security log data which are, at the moment, ignored by auditd. (It would be nice if these subsystems were extended.)
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comment Sed is unable to copy temporary file to original file
A link to help understand the comment about suid on scripts: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/364/…
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revised How to rename or delete an alias permanently from system?
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revised How to rename or delete an alias permanently from system?
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comment How to rename or delete an alias permanently from system?
The unalias command removes the alias temporarily. If the alias is not present in ~/.kshrc, then it will not appear again.
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answered How to rename or delete an alias permanently from system?
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comment How to update .bashrc with PATH
Actually, it resolves the issue perfectly. It's just that the question was changed.
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comment How to update .bashrc with PATH
Maybe we are getting to question number two, but this question has an answer. If you tag your next question about this with RHEL, the RHEL version, and Java, then the question might get on the radar of the one who knows exactly what to do.
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comment How to update .bashrc with PATH
Is this applicable on your RHEL system? (/usr/sbin/alternatives --config java)
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comment How to update .bashrc with PATH
Do you have those symbolic links pointed to a directory (/usr/bin/java -> /usr/java/jre1.8.0_51)? Should those not point to the right file instead (/usr/bin/java -> /usr/java/jre1.8.0_51/bin/java)? Also, all of the BASH variables follow the VARIABLE="VALUE" convention, which might be applicable to the JAVA_HOME variable.
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comment How to update .bashrc with PATH
export PATH="$PATH:$JAVA_HOME"
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comment Write before the cursor
Press ESC and then b and then i.