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comment Different “history” command output after reconnecting via SSH
@mattdm I believe the 'temporary history' sits in a buffer (in the memory allocated to the shell) until the shell is closed properly.
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answered Different “history” command output after reconnecting via SSH
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May
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comment Automatic Update Script using Cron, Exit Codes, and Logging
Thanks jordanm. Your answer not only helped me to find a better way to accomplish my goal, I have a better understanding of exit codes and how to use them. I set up unattend-upgrades, which runs daily via cron and logs to /var/log/unattended-upgrades.log.
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comment Automatic Update Script using Cron, Exit Codes, and Logging
Good point, but wouldn't the log show that the script failed?
May
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asked Automatic Update Script using Cron, Exit Codes, and Logging
May
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answered How can I easily configure samba share in Debian Wheezy?
May
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answered Expanding functionality of case switching commands in Vim