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Arch Linux user and public sector hacker...


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on ulimit tag wiki
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reviewed Close Memory and CPU Monitor Usage graph
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reviewed Looks OK Which Hex code for /boot partition
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to import numpy
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Querying a remote POP3 Mail server using BASH
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comment Why would a partition be in use by the system if it isn't mounted?
You really should be doing this from a live environment...
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comment Create PKGBUILD from .deb
makepkg changes the current directory to $srcdir before executing functions, so you don't need to include that anymore...
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reviewed Close Linux Permissions
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comment How to start a process from the shell and make it the child of another process
If you launch firefox from a dwm keybind (using the spawn function), it will parent the process...
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comment Create PKGBUILD from .deb
Essentially, yes (except use the package function). Look in the AUR for other packages ending with -bin and use the same approach...
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Most efficient way to run 2 while loops
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reviewed Close Is there a way to create a new file and insert text into this file all with bash?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on grep contents of files based on a list of files
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reviewed Looks OK How often is the /etc/shadow file backed up?
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comment print only rows that has latest non empty cell that starts with the word “Failed” on a CSV file in Linux
So now the field delimiters are commas and spaces (and a semicolon)? This is not helpful: voting to close...
Aug
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on authorization tag wiki excerpt
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comment print only rows that has latest non empty cell that starts with the word “Failed” on a CSV file in Linux
Both the second row and the final two in your example would qualify.
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revised print only rows that has latest non empty cell that starts with the word “Failed” on a CSV file in Linux
Formatting, title and tags
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reviewed Close how to change where a symlink points
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reviewed Close How to remove files except a list with names files