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Feb
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answered CentOS | [root@hostname] does not show anymore?
May
2
comment Increasing Screen Size/Resolution on a VirtualBox Instance of Centos
@AaronNewton, I totally understand. I just had to go through more research to get it working for me. If I have to do that, I usually post. Not to answer your question as much to maybe help out someone else that comes along and has the same questions with the accepted answer as I did.
May
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answered Increasing Screen Size/Resolution on a VirtualBox Instance of Centos
Jan
13
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Jan
13
revised Bash script needed to run every second
solution reworked, going with accepted answer
Jan
13
accepted Bash script needed to run every second
Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
is 'rand' the name of the script? so I would execute: & watch -n1 'mem.sh'
Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
will for(( ; ; )) do the job? or is while better?
Jan
9
revised Bash script needed to run every second
solution
Jan
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Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
interesting way to do it. I've never heard of watch. What if the scrip takes longer than a second to execute?
Jan
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Jan
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Jan
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Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
why have two scripts?
Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
Where would I put the 'while true ; do ./your-script & ; sleep 1;' done?
Jan
9
comment Bash script needed to run every second
ok, let me edit it and I'll post the full script in a bit.
Jan
9
asked Bash script needed to run every second