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Programmer of stuff. Also something of a UNIX addict.

You can check out my 1337 haxx0r code projects at http://code.arp242.net

If you feel the need to contact me in private, you can email me at martin@arp242.net, but please don't ask technical questions, those belong on Stack Overflow :-)


Feb
7
comment Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
So, why exactly is this downvoted? Did I miss something, because it seems like a good solution to me... Please enlighten me :-)
Feb
7
revised Vim - map last shell command to the key
Use l: instead of s:
Feb
7
revised Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
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Feb
7
answered Vim - map last shell command to the key
Feb
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Apr
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Mar
9
comment NFS mount fails at boot time
Which version of FreeBSD are you using?
Mar
9
answered Changing partition sizes on FreeBSD using bsdlabel
Mar
7
comment tcsh alias - find FreeBSD port
You may want to look at ports-mgmt/psearch, does the same with more options.
Mar
6
comment How rename directories tree entry by entry
Reversing the order of the list will solve problems with the parent directory being renamed.
Mar
6
comment Why is aliasing over standard commands not recommended?
You can alias rm -i to anything you want. Such as del, irm, etc. You don't need to alias it to rm. This circumvents point 1, and by selectively using del or rm depending on what you want, you also circumvent point 2 to some degree.
Mar
6
revised Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
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Mar
6
comment Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
Pipe doesn't pipe stderr, only stdout. You need to add 2>&1 before the | to redirect the stderr to the stdout.
Mar
6
comment Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
Thanks, you're right, I'm not sure why I thought that... Probably echo's auto-newline that confused me.
Mar
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Mar
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revised Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
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Mar
6
answered Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
Mar
6
comment Linux command line that will fail if any standard out is produced
Doesn't clean up after itself, won't work if executed twice (in parallel, or even sequential).
Mar
6
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