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Jun
22
reviewed Approve Problems with wireless usb mouse on slackware
Jun
5
comment How can I delete a file named “>”?
This is already in terdon's answer, though...
Jun
5
comment How I Can Switch to other user to read file on unix
And they say Linux is complicated... You want to switch to another user... without using sudo, nor su... which are designed for this very purpose, and more. We could certainly use more details about your (real) problem here...
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed What are the exact powers of a superuser?
Jun
4
revised What happens step by step when using “rm -rf directory”?
Adding hozirontal hierarchy numbers
Jun
4
revised What happens step by step when using “rm -rf directory”?
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Jun
4
answered What happens step by step when using “rm -rf directory”?
May
25
reviewed Looks OK Displaying a list of all *.java
May
25
comment Displaying a list of all *.java
@tachomi Adding -R would search recursively in directories with names matching *.java. This assumes that they are directories with such silly names, and that they contain nothing but Java files (because every thing in those directories would be grep-ed).
May
25
comment Displaying a list of all *.java
U&L is not a place for people to post their homework assignments and ask others to do their work for them... You should show us what you tried, at least... Not to mention that similar questions must have been answered here already...
May
23
reviewed Reject How to create SHA512 password hashes on command line
May
23
reviewed Close Unable to mount Volume Group
May
23
comment Concat 1000 files within a directory
I would advise against running this when in /var/abc though...
May
22
reviewed Close How to browse a website as if I am in USA?
May
22
reviewed Close Man page quotation characters
May
22
reviewed Approve What's the difference between the three FreeBSD versions?
May
20
comment Why can't root delete a file?
To unlink a file, you need write permission on its parent directory. chmod-ing the file itself won't change anything. However as root, such restrictions do not apply.
May
18
reviewed Approve How to match and replace an attribute value inside a tag
May
18
reviewed Approve Why is proc called a file system?