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Aug
26
comment Sort the 'last' output by month
The M flag in sort (compare as months) is available on Sun OS/Solaris too.
Jan
6
comment How to detect if a file is hidden
@StephaneChazelas, thank you!
Jan
6
comment How to detect if a file is hidden
@StephaneChazelas, could you please clarify why the command substitution on the right hand side of the assignment should be quoted? Thanks!
Nov
30
answered How can I monitor a file that fully recreates during its run?
Nov
29
comment AIX 'rm' command has no '-v' parameter for verbose output
Thank you, @Stephane Chazelas!
Nov
29
comment AIX 'rm' command has no '-v' parameter for verbose output
+1. I didn't know the semicolon was optional when the in word is omitted.
Aug
28
revised How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
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Aug
28
revised How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
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Aug
28
comment How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
@StephaneChazelas, as usual, thanks for your valuable comments!
Aug
28
revised How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
Added LC_ALL=C as per SC suggestion.
Aug
28
awarded  Yearling
Aug
28
revised How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
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Aug
28
answered How to get a previous date using a reference to a file with the date command?
Feb
8
answered Mysql LOG only specific users
Feb
8
comment MySQL stop/waiting issues; “can't connect … through socket”
Please post the content of the MySQL error log.
Feb
8
comment Failure to install MySQL
No, ignore the message about the FEDERATED plugin. Please post the entire MySQL error log.
Feb
4
comment Redirecting the content of a file to the command “echo”
Yes, with ksh, zsh and bash you can use $(<filename).
Feb
1
comment Pattern matching on path names in bash
I didn't know that, thank you!
Feb
1
awarded  Commentator
Feb
1
comment Pattern matching on path names in bash
The semicolon in i=${x#*/}; i=${i%%/*} is optional, right?