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I'm a pathfinder!


Apr
14
comment `ls -l` of a file and all the directories leading to it?
also, bash string function might be useful
Apr
14
comment `ls -l` of a file and all the directories leading to it?
find probably does this, take a look at the manpage
Apr
12
comment Transfer files client-server inside a SSH session
Interactively you can suspend the connection with '~&' but I do not think this would work for scripts
Apr
12
answered Transfer files client-server inside a SSH session
Apr
12
comment Transfer files client-server inside a SSH session
I guess it depends if you running your client with a external IP address or not. If so, who mom hates show your IP
Apr
6
comment How do I resolve “xrandr: cannot find crtc for output”?
Do you have a source with more info? Or, do you know anyway to solve this without disconnecting the second display (I like to have a three monitor setup) ? Thanks
Apr
3
revised How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
edited title
Apr
3
accepted How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
Apr
2
comment How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
I didn't knew the bin-packing problem until this question, it surely looks like I need the same thing. @HaukeLaging Why do you say there is no optimization?
Apr
2
comment How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
I liked the bin-packing problem reading :) Thanks!
Apr
2
comment How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
@HaukeLaging done, sorry for the imprecision on the question
Apr
2
revised How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
added 218 characters in body
Apr
2
comment How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
@Slyx I don't think I have any filename with whitespaces
Apr
2
comment How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
@HaukeLaging I almost replaced most of the lines with a ... mark. But it might be useful for someone for testing, so better more info than less ;)
Apr
2
asked How to split a filename list in 5GB sets?
Mar
28
revised How to create a permanent alias without resourcing the .bashrc-like file?
better title and description
Mar
28
comment How to create a permanent alias without resourcing the .bashrc-like file?
I know that! The point is to make it permanent without resourcing any file
Mar
28
asked How to create a permanent alias without resourcing the .bashrc-like file?
Mar
28
answered How to create a permanent alias without resourcing the .bashrc-like file?
Mar
25
comment Delete subfolder and keeping up parent folder
@vladeli I won't be able to look at this any time soon, but here are some examples of recursion, you just need to adapt to manipulate your directories ;)