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bio website openpgp-courses.org
location Berlin, Germany
age 37
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen 1 hour ago

main interests: Linux (openSUSE), Shell (bash), crypto (OpenPGP/GnuPG, SSH, SSL/TLS), device mapper / LVM, networking (iptables, iproute2), virtualization (KVM)

OpenPGP:
7D82 FB9F D25A 2CE4 5241 6C37 BF4B 8EEF 1A57 1DF5 (private)
CF51 CB88 7D9A B184 AD50 21F4 DA6B 2836 5A21 B2D0 (crypto stuff)

German understanding readers see:
http://www.openpgp-schulungen.de/
http://www.crypto-fuer-alle.de/
http://www.crypto-stammtisch.de/
http://www.alt-aber-sicher.de/


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comment redirect output from interface?
@Paul I don't know what you mean by "redirect". Something must read the data from the modem. In your example that was done by cat. But if the shell reads the data itself then there is no need for redirection. There is input redirection in this case, though.
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reviewed Leave Open Send email if user accesses the server via ssh
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reviewed No Action Needed Read a character from an x-y coordinate on the screen
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reviewed No Action Needed rename multiple files with mv
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reviewed Reviewed Is the FreeBSD login program compatible with AFS?
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reviewed No Action Needed Looking for a new conf for HA Data Server and Virtual Machines with Glusterfs
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comment rename multiple files with mv
@SanderVanderZeeuw I don't know what you read there. The examples use rename, not mv.
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answered rename multiple files with mv
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answered redirect output from interface?
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comment The best way to add Unix Shell variables to CURL GET request
Explain exactly what the problem is i.e. what should happen and what happens instead?
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answered The best way to add Unix Shell variables to CURL GET request
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revised How to get the last N files in a directory?
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comment How to get the last N files in a directory?
@glglgl You are mixing up bad with inferior. It is a bad solution for the general case but in 99% of the real-life cases this is known not to be a problem at all and probably much easier to remember than "${a[@]: -4}" (which not even the author of that answer knew).
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comment How to get the last N files in a directory?
@SibbsGambling My approach is not suitable for that but John1024's answer can easily be adapted to that.
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reviewed No Action Needed how do I save atom io files to be executed in terminal
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reviewed No Action Needed Restore GRUB on Fedora 20
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revised Rename files based on directory names
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comment Rename files based on directory names
@user8547 Now the code detects the file extension and adds it. I.e. it works with mixed extensions, too.
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revised Rename files based on directory names
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