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visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Aug 14 at 10:31

scala, java, linux

searching job in Berlin.


Mar
6
comment Why do /usr and /tmp directories for Linux miss vowels in their spellings?
I don't buy mmory nd dsk spc, but slow tltyps. As long s you cn dcphr th cronyms - why not?
Mar
5
comment gnu find and masking the {} for some shells - which?
@geekosaur: Can you say which specific csh-version on which specific platform? I would prefer to test it myself (if it is possible on linux) or be assured, that the person testet it himself.
Mar
5
comment gnu find and masking the {} for some shells - which?
No. I'm in a debate with a guy who says, that in our wiki we should give the advice to use "{}" all the time, because the man page says so. And now I would like to know if there is a shell I'm not using, like ksh, zsh, tcsh, csh or XYZsh which I don't know, for which this claim is true, or whether I honestly can assume, that there isn't. If there are shells for different Unixes which need the "{}", that would be a fine explanation why the sentence is still in the man page, but not appropriate as advice for linux beginners.
Mar
5
comment gnu find and masking the {} for some shells - which?
Nice to hear, but I'm asking for the opposite, a shell for which doesn't handle it sanely.
Mar
5
awarded  Student
Mar
5
answered Why are PATH variables different when running via sudo and su?
Mar
5
asked gnu find and masking the {} for some shells - which?
Mar
3
comment Is it possible to find the path of a running program?
No, of course not, because both will show up as ./someexecutable or /bin/bash ./someexecutable
Mar
3
answered Is it possible to find the path of a running program?
Mar
3
awarded  Commentator
Mar
3
comment Is it possible to find the path of a running program?
ps -C xmms should make your grep obsolete.
Mar
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
16
answered Improving OpenOffice speed
Feb
11
comment What software can I use to do live screen-casting in linux?
@Tshepang: I tried to answer the question. "What software can I use to do that?"
Feb
11
comment What software can I use to do live screen-casting in linux?
@jinxed_coder: That reminds me of vnc/vino, allthough I allways used it the other way round - I allways was the observer - and I only used it in a 1:1 connection, and don't know whether it is possible to have multiple viewers. Maybe it is possible with X11 alone. And maybe you need much bandwith.
Feb
11
answered Deleting all files in a folder except files X, Y, and Z
Feb
11
answered What software can I use to do live screen-casting in linux?
Feb
11
comment Choose system reliable Linux Distribution?
Harddrives increase in size since they were invented. If the likelihood of bad sectors would increase meanwhile, more people would encounter them and stop using such unreliable things. The argument is flawed; factories have tolerances, how many disks might fail, if they don't meet this criteria they won't sell the next generation.
Feb
10
comment How to move files with specific extensions to newly created directories
Instead of answering 'It worked, thank's a lot!' you should vote l0b0 up (arrow up on the left) and probably select the check mark.
Feb
10
comment renaming files without the **rename** command
Backticks are deprecated. Recommendet is $(...) instead, which is easy to nest, and not so easy to be overseen or confused with apostrophs: for i in *.xml; do mv "$i" $(echo "$i" | sed -e "s/[ -]//g"); done