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Nov
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comment Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
I will probably use this instead. :)
Nov
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accepted Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
Nov
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comment Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
thanks for your thorough answer!
Nov
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comment Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
inotify seems intereting, thanks!
Nov
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revised Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
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Nov
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asked Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?
Sep
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Sep
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comment grep for an alphanumeric strings of any length with a colon on each side
Thanks a lot! :)
Sep
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comment grep for an alphanumeric strings of any length with a colon on each side
thanks! I put the other answer as correct because I did not write up my "ideal" script in the headline, and I don't want to cause people who google for an answer to copy paste the wrong answer, but I'll use yours. :)
Sep
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accepted grep for an alphanumeric strings of any length with a colon on each side
Sep
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asked grep for an alphanumeric strings of any length with a colon on each side
Aug
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accepted Filtering the result of the find command, so that it returns only directories
Aug
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comment Filtering the result of the find command, so that it returns only directories
thanks! I looked at the manpage, but I still find them a bit bewildering, must have missed it. :)
Aug
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asked Filtering the result of the find command, so that it returns only directories
Jun
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awarded  Supporter
Jun
24
comment Use the terminal's autocomplete path feature for input to a shell script
thanks again! :)
Jun
24
comment Use the terminal's autocomplete path feature for input to a shell script
Thanks Stephane. What does that mean? (Probably (certainly) a stupid question.)
Jun
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accepted Use the terminal's autocomplete path feature for input to a shell script
Jun
24
comment Use the terminal's autocomplete path feature for input to a shell script
It does work in Debian, which is where I plan to use it. :)
Jun
24
comment Use the terminal's autocomplete path feature for input to a shell script
Thanks! On osx I get this error: "-bash: read: -i: invalid option read: usage: read [-ers] [-u fd] [-t timeout] [-p prompt] [-a array] [-n nchars] [-d delim] [name ...]" Is this an osx thing?