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Jul
14
comment User has write permissions but cannot write to files
Can you post the code that's opening the files for (re-)writing?
Jul
13
reviewed Approve What does Ritchie's 1979 PDP-11 `/usr/games/bcd` do?
Jul
13
reviewed Approve Git submodule shows new commits, submodule status says nothing to commit
Jul
10
comment Bash convert string to array of strings?
Each entry in the array will have exactly two items as shown?
Jul
9
reviewed Approve Copy input to clipboard over SSH?
Jul
8
reviewed Reject Grep a file on specific field
Jul
8
comment Exiting a script called from another script via SSH
Can you post the snippet of script Y that makes the SSH call and the call to script X?
Jul
8
reviewed Approve Installing CoGrOO on Kile
Jul
8
reviewed Approve Adding reversed numbers
Jul
8
reviewed Approve How do I match the beginning of a line in a manpage?
Jul
8
comment How to finally mount FAT16 USB flash drive
What does fdisk -l /dev/sdb show when the card is inserted but not yet mounted?
Jul
8
reviewed Approve LTO tape drive: “/dev/st0: Inappropriate ioctl for device”
Jul
7
answered How do I display the nth result of an ls command?
Jul
7
comment How do I kill a process after detaching it from bash?
With nohup, closing the terminal should not kill the process, it should simply transfer the process's PPID to init. nohup is exactly what you should use to prevent that. Alternately, if you want to reconnect to it later, wrap it in a screen session.
Jul
7
answered How do I kill a process after detaching it from bash?
Jul
7
reviewed Approve list all files with extension .log except one
Jul
7
reviewed Approve How to sort (by whatever key) BibTex entries in `.bib` file?
Jul
7
reviewed Approve What is the purpose of avahi on a RHEL 7 server?
Jul
7
revised code is not working , not able to create new directory using ssh
added 44 characters in body
Jul
6
comment optimize command with or and pipe to parse the output of ifconfig
Correct - the $ is the prompt. The command you type in starts with the (.