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Nov
13
comment what is the difference between `find .` and /home/user/* as an input to for command
Furthermore, that find command will recurse (as far as it can) - the wildcard will match only items immediately in the given directory.
Oct
24
comment Will a shell script execute in Solaris? if not, which is the fastest way to make it compatible
Why not just try it?
Oct
17
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Oct
17
comment How do I look up exit codes for applications?
It should also be noted that these are "reserved" only by convention - there is no enforcement (other than good sense) actually preventing, for example, an application using 1 or 2 to mean success. Everything is actually fair game for developers.
Aug
24
comment Why doesn't the tilde (~) expand inside double quotes?
Or you can just not quote the ~, for example ls -l ~/"My Documents"
Jul
23
revised Reverse grepping
Copy edit & format
Jul
23
suggested suggested edit on Reverse grepping
Jul
15
revised scp and file owner
Fix minor typo
Jul
15
suggested suggested edit on scp and file owner
Jun
25
revised disable CTRL-D window close in terminator (terminal emulator)
Tweaked language, fixed spelling
Jun
25
suggested suggested edit on disable CTRL-D window close in terminator (terminal emulator)
Jun
20
comment `test` and `[` - different binaries, any difference?
They're hardlinks to the same inode on my system. The benefit of this over symlinks is that if the symlink target gets removed or moved, the symlink no longer works. If one of the hardlinks to an inode gets moved or removed, all the hardlinks continue to work.
Jun
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
14
revised What is difference between GTK and QT applications?
Copy editing
May
14
suggested suggested edit on What is difference between GTK and QT applications?
Apr
10
awarded  Editor
Apr
10
revised How can I determine if running tar will cause disk to fill up
Remove redundant "f -" argument from tar commands. tar writes to stdout by default, no need to go to extra trouble to command it to do what it does by default.
Apr
10
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Apr
8
awarded  Critic
Apr
8
comment Why can I not see some files in my USB stick on Windows that I can see on Linux?
And point #3 does not seem relevant - it's about files from Windows not appearing when an NTFS volume is mounted by the NTFS-3G driver, but the OP is having the opposite problem.