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reviewed Approve Run sh script at system startup - Red Hat 7.2
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reviewed Approve Linux Bash script fails with a syntax error
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Main stacks in Linux
Apr
21
comment problem finding g++ program, despite it being installed
Does /usr/bin/g++ work?
Apr
21
comment Running web server without root access
Check it's working, first. Try curl or wget and verify you can fetch the page from that server; if you can't make that work the server isn't running properly. Then if that works and if you need an interactive session, set up tunneling like ssh -f -L 3000:clustername:8082 username@clustername -N and then visit localhost:3000 on your local machine.
Apr
21
comment Running web server without root access
What did you try? I skimmed a page about that software which suggests it runs on a non-privileged port (8082) by default and you can set the port with --port.
Apr
21
reviewed Approve Loss of personal data in my /home partition
Apr
21
reviewed Approve What does “sudo su -s /bin/bash - <username>” do?
Apr
20
comment Find not working
Is find aliased to something?
Apr
20
comment Why would I tar a single file?
@bgStack15 FWIW you don't need the z (or the - for that matter), most modern tars will automatically detect the file needs to be decompressed.
Apr
20
revised Copy a random selection of files
added 49 characters in body
Apr
20
reviewed Approve Copy a random selection of files
Apr
20
asked Copy a random selection of files
Apr
18
comment How to conditionally evaluate if an expression is equal to 0 in bash
count will get incremented once then never again...
Apr
18
comment How to conditionally evaluate if an expression is equal to 0 in bash
((count++)) by itself will increment count.
Apr
15
reviewed Approve RHEL Network Interface not restarting
Apr
15
revised Using grep and looking for unique occurrences
improved formatting
Apr
15
answered Using grep and looking for unique occurrences
Apr
15
comment Encrypt files (private key, etc.) in an embedded system
After you read Stephen Kitt's answer, talk to your hardware vendor: they'll be able to tell you what TPM analogue they provide. You're looking at a hardware turn if you don't already have a secure module on your board.
Apr
14
revised Piping a command through a color filter
missing semicolon to end statement (required at least by bash)