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Sep
15
revised Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
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Sep
15
comment Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
Added hints on how to potentially get more bash output into a pipe
Sep
15
answered Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
Sep
12
answered How to check if a file is tab-delimited and has 8 columns?
Aug
23
comment How to recover a shell after a disconnection
tmux or screen.
Jul
14
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Jul
14
awarded  Commentator
Jul
14
comment ssh hanging then time out
This made me <headdesk/> even while in bed. Sarcasm fail. What I (mockingly) suggested, is the documentation does not contain info on the appropriate (sic) settings
Jul
14
comment ssh hanging then time out
mmm. man sshd_config |grep -i appropriate comes up empty on all my linux boxes, and Solaris too
Jul
13
comment ssh hanging then time out
I call hand-waivy: Enabling "remote login" doesn't actually mean anything. Fixing the problem should also enable "remote login", FWIW
Jul
13
answered ssh hanging then time out
Jul
11
answered Ways to execute shell command as root?
May
26
comment df says I have 20G more disk space used than du. Why?
So... you expect us to sum the values. Please use du -smc /* | sort -n -r vs. df -m instead (also fixes the broken sort)
May
13
answered What does the “number” in the owner field of files signify in linux?
Apr
28
comment Latest pidgin installed, but still seeing old version
which distribution?
Apr
22
comment info about processors in linux
well - it's different! It sure looks interesting enough if I can get it to work against other codebases
Apr
22
answered info about processors in linux
Apr
3
comment File permissions when transferring to another server
permissions are attached to whom?
Apr
3
answered File permissions when transferring to another server
Mar
23
comment How can I run a script immediately after connecting via SSH?
So sorry, you mentioned tmux but it didn't mean anything to me. Thanks for mentioning a new tool though!