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comment How would I use sed or awk to extract certain lines in a file
Is May the only month, or are you looking for any month followed by a date?
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comment How would I use sed or awk to extract certain lines in a file
Probably safer to use an anchor: /^May [0-9]{1,2}/
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reviewed Approve How to find path where jdk installed?
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comment Does `sudo modprobe -r iwlwifi` work without reboot?
"Someone told me..." is a pretty good indication that you don't have an actual question worth asking...
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reviewed Close Dependancy resolution with source code
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reviewed Leave Closed How can I break out of a while loop, from within a nested case statement?
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comment How to install Canon PIXMA MG2450 driver in Arch-based system?
You could make some effort yourself wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/…
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comment How to install Canon PIXMA MG2450 driver in Arch-based system?
You use pacman...
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comment How to install Canon PIXMA MG2450 driver in Arch-based system?
Install the Arch package: archlinux.org/packages/extra/x86_64/gutenprint/files
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reviewed Close Further questions about -path for find
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reviewed Close How to ignore spaces in file path for bash select statement
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comment How to install Skype in Arch-based Antergos Linux
Never pacman -Sy $package...
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revised Kali linux, channel all traffic through tor privoxy, time/timezone
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reviewed Reviewed Why my rescued PDFs forms are empty?
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reviewed No Action Needed Debian applications in a different language and unable to change
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reviewed Close Why doesn't df's output default to a human-readable format?
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reviewed Approve Set sender name in mail function
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comment Change external ip to be the one of a server?
Most browsers allow you to configure a proxy...
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comment Change external ip to be the one of a server?
Proxy through SSH: calomel.org/firefox_ssh_proxy.html
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comment How to debug an udev rule (in /etc/udev/rules.d/…)
systemd has it's own mounting capability: rules are proccessed lexcially, so yours is geting stomped. Also, RUN+= will just block, use SYSTEMD_WANTS instead; see man systemd.device.