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Oct
28
reviewed Approve Best conventions for icons in Debian/Ubuntu
Oct
28
revised How to make sure only one instance accessing the file at a time in a folder?
single command added
Oct
28
revised How to make sure only one instance accessing the file at a time in a folder?
added example
Oct
28
answered How to make sure only one instance accessing the file at a time in a folder?
Oct
27
comment fault-tolerant crond replacement
+1 I'd also do it that way. cheers
Oct
27
comment fault-tolerant crond replacement
Yes, only the former (and also no REST of course). I'm not sure if there exists any cron which has this option. What you can always do is wrap the command you want to run into a shell script, and specify by yourself what success means, write that to the disk (e.g. /root/.jobstatus) and check that file the next time you run the script.
Oct
27
comment fault-tolerant crond replacement
you are looking for an asynchronous cron. Here's a list (easiest to hardest). I'm using the easiest one (cronie)
Oct
26
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
22
revised Start aplication in local desktop from remote SSH
another ref
Oct
22
answered Start aplication in local desktop from remote SSH
Oct
21
reviewed Approve How can I partition a set of words given pairs that must end up together?
Oct
20
comment If I install malicious software what may it do?
Your question is very broad/vague, but I think the first part is interesting (if dpkg could already execute malicious code in file.deb).
Oct
17
reviewed Approve is there any use for /selinux folder, when I don't use selinux?
Oct
17
comment What does this regex mean? <!--.*?-->
Why downvote question and then upvote answers? It looks like legit beginner question. It could benefit from some details (e.g. which regex flavour: vim, perl, extended .. or example usage).
Oct
17
comment Folder alias / Symbolic link to return to back folder
rm 2015 is enough. It will remove the link only (no files)
Oct
17
answered is there any use for /selinux folder, when I don't use selinux?
Oct
17
comment Folder alias / Symbolic link to return to back folder
I just noticed that it is a relative link in your question. so I edited the answer. ~ is the home directory. / is the root node. Also, . is a synonym for the current directory.
Oct
17
answered Folder alias / Symbolic link to return to back folder
Oct
16
comment Can I read and write to the same file in Linux without overwriting it?
sponge is also part of sbase
Oct
16
reviewed Approve RHEL 6.4 and OpenSSL 1.0.1 - Dependency missing.. but it isn't?