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Aug
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comment Fill empty lines in specific column with values
It seems like you are trying to run kill -9 pid which is wrong. Use kill -l to see all available signals en what you need to use instead.
Aug
13
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
7
reviewed Approve How to configure fail2ban on proftpd CentOS 6.6
Aug
7
reviewed Edit gdb attach question
Aug
7
revised gdb attach question
improving typos
Aug
5
reviewed Approve Have to transform some bunch of csv in req format and store it in some other location with same name
Jul
19
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Jul
2
comment How to get back my splitted screen after I lost connection with “screen”
unfortunately splits in screen do not persist after a connection loss or deliberately detach.
Jul
2
comment Print alternating lines with conditional
uniq can read files as well. uniq -f1 filename will work just fine
Jul
2
comment Using cron to start a process on a terminal without using screen?
You can use something like * * * * * echo test >/dev/pts/2 where 2 is the terminal you have active. Use w to see details.
Jun
25
reviewed Approve Forward only one port in openvpn
Jun
22
comment RPM installation %post macro works on terminal but not on GUI
@AvinashNair use the snippet in my answer and see if this changes anything.
Jun
16
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Jun
11
comment RPM installation %post macro works on terminal but not on GUI
@AvinashNair Ok, so what does echo "$DISPLAY" tell you prior building the rpm? Try then su -c 'rpm -ivh sample_rpm' and tell me what you get.
Jun
11
answered RPM installation %post macro works on terminal but not on GUI
Jun
10
comment Determine the target of an SSH connection at runtime
See man ssh_config
Jun
6
revised Iptables to allow incoming FTP
edited body
May
26
comment BASH: Fifo troubles - seems selective about input
In the writer part you are using FD 4 so you are doing: done 4>"$fifoIn" Should be done 4<"$fifoIn" Also fifoIn=$(mkfifo /path/to/fifo). You need to make sure fifo exists. Then.. use while IFS= read -r line; do printf '%s\n' "$line"; done ... As Anthony suggested, use set -xv just under the shebang so you get more debugging info
May
24
comment grep command not working in conditional statement
And now I'm confused as well.
May
24
answered grep command not working in conditional statement