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bio website ali.moeeny.com
location Washington, DC
age 36
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
seen Nov 17 at 21:31

I love to build things that people love to use.
I like scientific data analysis.
I've spent most of my life in medicine and neuroscience!
I like: vim, zsh, golang, debian, python I am addicted to writing code! and learning new things!!


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comment Close ssh session that has ControlPersist and is kept alive in the background
so basically you are saying ControlPersist works only by keeping the ssh processes running in the background?
Oct
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comment Close ssh session that has ControlPersist and is kept alive in the background
I don't want to kill the ssh process, as I usually have multiple ssh connections at the same time, and I am not sure even killing the ssh process closes the sessions that are kept alive with the ControlPersist thing, there should be a way to ask ssh to close these.
Oct
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asked Close ssh session that has ControlPersist and is kept alive in the background
Jul
10
accepted how can I make cron run a job right now, for testing/debugging? without changing the schedule!
Jul
10
comment how can I make cron run a job right now, for testing/debugging? without changing the schedule!
This is exactly what I ended up doing, but I wondered if there is a way to tell cron you want a test run on job no 7 ! Surely others have had this problem/request/wish before!
Jul
10
comment how can I make cron run a job right now, for testing/debugging? without changing the schedule!
I know the command works when enter it in shell (my shell), but I want to know if it works when cron runs it, it could be affected by ENV or shell specific stuff (~ expansion) or ownership and permission stuff or ...
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asked how can I make cron run a job right now, for testing/debugging? without changing the schedule!
Feb
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Feb
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accepted How can I monitor if anybody (any process) access is certain file
Feb
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asked How can I monitor if anybody (any process) access is certain file
Feb
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accepted Monitor what is being sent to /dev/null?
Feb
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comment Monitor what is being sent to /dev/null?
Just like that I can recreate /dev/null ?! there is no magic about it?
Feb
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asked Monitor what is being sent to /dev/null?
Feb
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comment In zsh how can I list all the environment variables?
@glennjackman that's very useful, people like me who havent' spent their child hood at a unix terminal don't know these things. I was messing with DOS and Windows 3.11!