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I am an Assistant Professor of Biology at Longwood University. My main interests are how biodiversity affects ecosystem function in aquatic sediments. You can find out more about what my lab is doing here: http://longwood.edu/staff/fortinok


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asked What is the utility of the : command in shell scripting, given that it explicitly does nothing?
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comment Is it possible to reference the most recently modified file in a command line argument?
Thanks for this answer, I always learn way more than I intend when I come on SE!
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comment Is it possible to reference the most recently modified file in a command line argument?
thanks for this answer, it is probably more than I need but there is a lot to learn here!
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comment Is it possible to reference the most recently modified file in a command line argument?
thanks, this is simple and will definitely work for my purposes (who the heck puts newlines in a filename!?)
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accepted Is it possible to reference the most recently modified file in a command line argument?
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asked Is it possible to reference the most recently modified file in a command line argument?
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accepted Why is `--human-readable` needed and not default?
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asked Why is `--human-readable` needed and not default?
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accepted Where should I look for error messages after a freeze-up and reboot in Linux?
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asked Where should I look for error messages after a freeze-up and reboot in Linux?
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comment Which GNU/Linux distribution for a 12-year old system?
@haydoni I haven't tried the LXDE desktop but I am running Xubuntu with the fluxbox window manager and it runs pretty good on a similar box. Its not for gaming but you can get most done.
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comment Which GNU/Linux distribution for a 12-year old system?
Puppy is good and certainly works awesome live w/o the install but it has a more limited package selection than running a debian derivative with a lightweight desktop or window manager.
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answered Which GNU/Linux distribution for a 12-year old system?
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comment Which GNU/Linux distribution for a 12-year old system?
DSL is no longer being maintained. If you want super small distros then I would go with Puppy or TinyCore