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May
10
comment Excluding internal requests from Apache logs
Not to ask the obvious ... but did you restart the httpd service? Also, your remote address in this case is ::1 (IPv6) and the SetEnvIf is using 127.0.0.1 (IPv4) ... that difference might be of interest here as well.
Apr
25
comment LVM - Recovering from partition table corruption
Does this help any? tldp.org/HOWTO/Partition/recovering.html
Apr
19
answered What is the exact difference between “/” and “%” in the expr command?
Apr
19
accepted Bash Combine Replacement and Sub String Extraction in One Step
Apr
15
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Apr
15
reviewed No Action Needed Why doesn't monit like this syntax
Apr
15
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Apr
13
comment Any good way to detect a misnamed config file?
The trick is learning from the situation; these types of errors are not uncommon. Consistency in naming convention helps; as do configuration management tools, but mistakes happen, learn from them and move on.
Apr
13
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Apr
10
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Apr
8
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Apr
8
revised Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix
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Apr
8
comment Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix
Find-replace actions are very common in the *nix world. What have you tried? A simple google search for your title reveals many sites that can help you answer your question. Guidelines on how to ask questions on U&L are here: unix.stackexchange.com/help/how-to-ask .
Apr
8
suggested approved edit on Replace mutiple strings with different values in a file using unix
Apr
8
answered Why does logrotate zip a file before it is closed
Mar
22
revised list all symbolic links to valid directories only with find
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Mar
22
answered list all symbolic links to valid directories only with find
Mar
20
comment How can I quickly find the 20 most recently modified files on Mac OS X (instead of using Python)?
You are searching the entire file system, so yes, it will take time. What is your definition of quick?
Mar
20
answered How can I quickly find the 20 most recently modified files on Mac OS X (instead of using Python)?
Mar
14
suggested rejected edit on Uses of hash in shell scripting