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Sep
2
asked Return value of commands when using stdin?
Sep
1
comment Get the chmod numerical value for a file
thanks, selected as answer because it was the first one and also seems to be the simplest one :-) @seg_fault: stat -x YOUR_FILE gives me more than just the mode value.
Sep
1
accepted Get the chmod numerical value for a file
Sep
1
asked Get the chmod numerical value for a file
Aug
19
comment unixODBC documentation / manpage?
thank you very much TOC, I don't need it for programming, just for asterisk, where your link comes in handy, great :-)
Aug
19
accepted unixODBC documentation / manpage?
Aug
18
asked unixODBC documentation / manpage?
Jul
10
asked SFTP and sudo using Windows client?
Jun
24
awarded  Yearling
Jun
24
comment View man page of not installed package?
I am currently on my raspberry pi and the page you linked unfortunately only distinguishes between debian releases, not architecture. e.g. the dump tool on raspberry pi is a different one only supporting ext2, while documentation on the linked page claims also ext4. Still a useful link in most cases!
Jun
24
accepted View man page of not installed package?
Jun
24
comment View man page of not installed package?
Thank you very much! Yet didn't have time to test it, but if it works like it claims, then it's the perfect solution for me while working on the shell, especially one should get the correct man page (correct version, distribution...). I still like the other answers for reading on another system using my browser. So also thank you very to the other users that replied! Unfortunately I can only select one answer ):
Jun
24
comment Automatically update a Debian system
Thanks, I only want mails on errors and kernel updates, is that possible?
Jun
23
asked View man page of not installed package?
Jun
23
asked Automatically update a Debian system
Jun
23
comment Overwrite file and apply file system rights of overwritten files?
Thank you very much for your hints! Selected as answer :-) Except someone tells em, hey there's a aprameter to cp/mv to do this all in just on step :P
Jun
23
accepted Overwrite file and apply file system rights of overwritten files?
Jun
23
awarded  Teacher
Jun
22
awarded  Commentator
Jun
22
comment System image of running Debian system?
Interesting project though, thank you anyway :-)