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Sep
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comment Converting relative path to absolute path
The -f switch does not exist on Mac OS X (at least as of 10.8.5). Without the -f switch it just returns an error code.
Aug
22
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
16
comment How to set up a “child” proxy that doesn't need a “parent” proxy
The solution to that problem is to use CNTLM, which I'm already using. It does mention using a PAC, but doesn't explicitly answer the question whether a PAC file will work globally. Can you answer that?
Aug
16
comment How to set up a “child” proxy that doesn't need a “parent” proxy
Won't this only work for browsers? I need something that works for yum, curl, git, wget, etc., etc.
Aug
15
asked How to set up a “child” proxy that doesn't need a “parent” proxy
Aug
15
accepted Run “logout script” for non-login shells
Aug
14
comment Run “logout script” for non-login shells
D'oh! Of course, the -. I ended up putting trap . "$HOME/.bash_logout" 0 in the .bashrc before coming back here and being reminded why I should always use -... a forgotten habit...
Aug
14
asked Run “logout script” for non-login shells
Aug
14
asked Easily get a particular column from output without sed or awk
Aug
10
awarded  Notable Question
May
31
accepted Relationship between cc1 and gcc?
May
31
asked Relationship between cc1 and gcc?
May
14
revised Is there any way for group “owners” to have full rights of a file or directory owner?
narrowing focus on `chmod` since deletion is unrelated
May
14
comment Is there any way for group “owners” to have full rights of a file or directory owner?
ahh... I knew you had to have write permissions on the directory before you could delete things in it, but I didn't realize that the permissions on the file were irrelevant. Thanks. I'm editing the question to reflect the fact that deletion is a different matter entirely.
May
14
asked Is there any way for group “owners” to have full rights of a file or directory owner?
May
14
comment File owner must belong to file group?
Are you saying that if I'm the owner of a file, and I'm in the group that "owns" it, and the group has permission to write and execute while I only have read permission, then the group permissions will be ignored for me?
May
14
accepted How to disable gzip compression with wget?
Apr
17
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
5
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
3
comment How can I bind multiple tmux commands to one keystroke?
Really?... It's been a while since I tested the other approach, but I'd be surprised if tmux broke that. If you're absolutely sure it doesn't work, then I'll test again and possibly accept this answer instead.