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Currently working as system administrator at Bizztravel B.V.. I've earned a bachelor degree in Computer Sciences. Since computing in general is my passion, I try to keep up with the latest development in this field. I'm active on irc.freenode.org and try to contribute to the open source community as much as I can.


Aug
22
suggested suggested edit on Obtain values of a section of a file
Aug
21
comment Problem with read variable from AWK
that's fine. I learn new things by day too. It is good to see different approaches! Thansk for sharing as well.
Aug
21
comment Problem with read variable from AWK
You can use /MemFree/ in awk regex pattern which does the same as grep is doing. No need to start another process. Also cat is not necessary since awk can read too. So you could remove cat and grep and do everything just by awk
Aug
21
answered Problem with read variable from AWK
Aug
21
answered Access Log Timespan
Aug
21
comment How can I replace ^I into tab spaces in vim editor for .java file?
Well, yes if you want to replace the tab ^I with spaces then you indeed put spaces there as :%s /^I/ /g In your example(question) You've 4 ^I^I^I^I which indicate tabs.
Aug
21
comment How can I replace ^I into tab spaces in vim editor for .java file?
That is quite strange. I'm not sure if you used literal ^I or the one I explained in the answer
Aug
21
answered How can I replace ^I into tab spaces in vim editor for .java file?
Aug
21
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Aug
21
revised How can I replace ^I into tab spaces in vim editor for .java file?
code highlight, adding tags
Aug
21
suggested suggested edit on How can I replace ^I into tab spaces in vim editor for .java file?
Aug
20
comment Count how many elements in the nth column in a whole file
This is a short and the way it should be done using simple syntax!
Aug
20
comment How to kill a process running in specific script
kill -9 is the worst idea I've ever seen. kill -9 doesn't send a signal to the parent process which subsequently will signal it's children to finish work. It just kills the process without notification. You'd need to send the SIGTERM to the process. Another clean way to kill the process is using pkill which will defaultly send SIGTERM. Though pkill is not availiable on all modern OS'es.
Aug
20
comment Recover atime after vim
@dotancohen The access time cannot be recovered. The system doesn't keep track of file access times. This is for a reason since auditing otherwise would be impossible
Aug
20
comment Recover atime after vim
Doing a cat file will not change the atime at all. You can check it using stat file If you used view file or vi file that would alter Access, Modify and Change attributes
Aug
20
comment How to kill a process running in specific script
In both scripts you can get the process id of the java application. E.g runJavaApp & then in the next line scr1javaAppId=$! You can kill the running process using kill -s 15 $scr1javaAppid
Aug
19
comment Logging in to VirtualBox via SSH
Tell us what OS you are using for the Virtual machine. Is the ssh service running? Is there a firewall preventing you from logging to the machine? Can you ping the machine.. and so on.?
Aug
19
comment Why asterisk in command result in for loop is expanding?
You are missing quotes " "
Aug
19
answered How print only the current logged in “root” user IP address?
Aug
18
comment Fix “Route hash chain too long” without restart
See the following link: serverfault.com/questions/106537/…