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Sep
12
comment Log new files in a directory
good question, I have not experienced this before. You should ask a new question! Please provide the exact commands you're using.
Sep
11
comment Permissions on a mounted NFS share
Yes all symbolic links look like that. Did you find the username of the webserver?
Sep
11
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
11
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
yes, running command exec ${0#-} -l$- 3<<ENV ... will lose $var.
Sep
11
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
sorry for the confusion, does the edit of the comment answer your question?
Sep
11
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
you are right, using the temp file in bash version 4.1.2 preserves $var.
Sep
11
accepted How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
Sep
11
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
alright, I tested it and it worked. The variable $var was preserved in bash 4.3.24, but not in bash 4.1.2. The memory was cleared in both versions.
Sep
11
answered X11 blank vs dpms off
Sep
10
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
10
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
that is some mighty kung-fu you're capable of, sir. Thanks for the answer, I can test it only tomorrow.
Sep
10
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
I don't have swap, so it is using RAM.
Sep
10
answered Is possible to change X server without kill client?
Sep
10
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
Yes @choroba, I learned that (it's linked). Now I'm just curious if it's possible to tell bash to deallocate the variable.
Sep
10
asked How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
Sep
10
comment Is possible to change X server without kill client?
Also, what to you mean by "change his place". Does he physically need to relocate? Or does he remain at X CLIENT?
Sep
10
comment Is possible to change X server without kill client?
How does the user connect to Server 1 in the first place? ssh -Y, vnc, nx?
Sep
10
revised Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?
added bash regex
Sep
10
answered Why does [a-z] asterisk match numbers?