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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
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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?
Oct
16
answered how to use http proxy in terminal
Oct
16
comment How do I get the exit code of a process, which runs through wine
I don't know about wine, but if $EXECUTABLE talks to stdout or stderr you could grep for an error or message which only appears upon failure. $EXECUTABLE | grep "error" when using a pipe, the variable $? has the exit value of the last program in the pipe. If you're interested in this solution, I can make it an answer.
Oct
16
reviewed Approve Solaris Home/End keys not working like Debian / Ubuntu
Oct
16
reviewed Approve How to enable STARTTLS in a Unix operating system
Oct
16
reviewed Approve How can I delete all lines in a file using vi?
Oct
16
reviewed Approve How can I delete all lines in a file using vi?