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Nov
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answered OpenAM to OpenLDAP to SysAID (LDAP) Authentication
Nov
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
5
answered Why does no one use the true Bourne shell as /bin/sh?
Nov
3
comment Can I list the filesystems a running kernel can support?
On my Arch linux laptop, cat /proc/filesystems lists a bunch of "nodev", obviously special-purpose filesystems, plus ext2, ext3, ext4. When I look in /lib/modules/3.11.6-1-ARCH/kernel/fs, I see a number of others, like "fats", "btrfs", "reiserfs" which are also regular on-disk filesystems, but don't appear in the /proc/filesystem list. What's up with that?
Oct
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
comment How to find frequency of occurrences of strings contained in a file?
@coder - see second script. I think that works.
Oct
30
revised How to find frequency of occurrences of strings contained in a file?
Edit to answer the edited question more precisely.
Oct
29
revised Diff head of files
Note how to tell where in "bigger" "smaller" lies.
Oct
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answered Diff head of files
Oct
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awarded  shell-script
Oct
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answered How to find frequency of occurrences of strings contained in a file?
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
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answered Whats a simple Window Manager to use for web development?
Oct
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answered Delete all jpg in a folder that are smaller than specific width/heigth
Oct
19
revised /sbin/init does not exist - Bailing out, you are on your own. Good luck
Gilles is correct. I expanded my answer to accout for that.
Oct
19
answered /sbin/init does not exist - Bailing out, you are on your own. Good luck
Oct
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Oct
15
comment What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
@kyrie - I just elaborated on the entire pipeline's meaning.
Oct
15
revised What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
Add missing backtick.
Oct
15
revised What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
Explain the whole pipeline. It's a common pattern.