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revised Renumbering windows in tmux
Update to account for the new `-r` flag.
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comment Selecting rows in a CSV file based on column value
'print' is the default action, so you may just omit it.
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comment Any programs suitable for making a database over disk-content?
I would start from this list: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
Apr
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answered FreeBSD telnet does not take root login
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comment Triple compression and I only save 1% in space?
xz compared to bzip2 usually gives better ratio and faster decompression, but takes more time to compress things, which makes it better for something that will be decompressed more then one time, like anything you plan to distribute among many users.
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answered Sorting IP address according to the second field in file
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comment Convert ls -l output format to chmod format
Try reading manpage^W^W^W stat(1) on Mac OS X have -f flag for specifying output format, e.g. stat -f 'chmod %p "%N"'
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comment Why doesn't “sudo su” in a shell script run the rest of the script as root?
sudo su makes my eyes hurt.
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comment print last field from line + alternative for awk
try something like this: sed -e 's/.* \([^ ]\{1,\}\)/\1/' Sorry, I don't have any Solaris machine to actually test it.