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comment Kali Linux can't see my windows partitions!
@peterph I have read that, too. Doesn't make sense to me, though. However: In this case the GPT would be wrong anyway so that wouldn't be an argument.
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment Can a command be executed over ssh with a nologin user?
@MichaelMartinez It's the questioner's task to make easy tests before asking. It's not difficult to notice that did not answer the question but made a proposal for the problem which caused the question. Which is perfectly suitable as an answer. Downvoting this is just stupid. Would you have criticized the answer without the first paragraph? Exactly.
Feb
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reviewed Edit Spamassassin object method location problems after restart
Feb
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revised Spamassassin object method location problems after restart
fixed repo name in install step
Feb
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reviewed Approve Kali Linux can't see my windows partitions!
Feb
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reviewed Reject Upload file to ftp server using commands in shell script?
Feb
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comment Bash Named Pipe - Atomic Reading
The shell's read command is a performance nightmare. May not matter in your situation but in general something like awk is more suitable.
Feb
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answered Kali Linux can't see my windows partitions!
Feb
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comment Bash Named Pipe - Atomic Reading
Quoting from man bash: "Redirections using file descriptors greater than 9 should be used with care, as they may conflict with file descriptors the shell uses internally."
Feb
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reviewed Leave Open Kali Linux can't see my windows partitions!
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reviewed Leave Open Understanding UNIX permissions and their attributes
Feb
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comment Unix how to loop through directories, send output to another directory with base name of input file
I guess the *_novoalign.bam in the samtools call is wrong.
Feb
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answered Unix how to loop through directories, send output to another directory with base name of input file
Feb
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comment The equivalent of cmd “for” in bash?
@mikeserv I neither understand "Dotfiles != hidden files" (meaning "not only regular files"?) nor "regardless of fs attribute".