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Sep
17
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
Hahah, that's still pretty incredible. Keep up the good job "studying" on that system, mate!
Sep
17
comment How can I force bash to deallocate a brace expanded variable without name?
Completely unrelated: as a poor student still suffering with Sandybridge and 4 GB of RAM, I'm completely awed by nonchalantly having that amount of memory occupied but still use the system as normal, however commercial/server-specced the system is. Is this how poor people feel when they see rich people literally burning their money?
Sep
17
awarded  Excavator
Sep
17
revised Why hard links not allowed to directories in UNIX/Linux
corrected spelling
Sep
17
suggested approved edit on Why hard links not allowed to directories in UNIX/Linux
Jul
18
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
17
comment Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Unfortunately the alternative solution suggested by @Joseph suits the situation I described better. Sorry!
Feb
16
comment Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Trying it out answered my question. Many thanks!
Feb
16
accepted Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Feb
16
comment Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Also, will find recursively look into the subdirectories or do I need to specify exactly where the file is? If that is so, it defeats the purpose, because neither I nor the .desktop file will know the latest version of the program and subsequently the name of the folder with SOFT_REPAIR in it.
Feb
16
comment Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Nicely summarized, thank you very much!
Feb
16
comment Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Deleting with the find command won't throw a tantrum if SOFT_REPAIR is non-existent, right?
Feb
16
asked Bash command to delete a certain file in * folders
Jan
24
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
11
comment Force IPv6 only through Miredo
I'm planning to do all this in a virtual machine. So not afraid to break anything. But how exactly am I supposed to do things like add/remove routes? iptables? Forgot all about from the lack of use.
Jan
10
revised Force IPv6 only through Miredo
edited tags
Jan
10
comment Force IPv6 only through Miredo
@MichaelHampton I doubt it's as difficult a you suggest, but let's put my doubt aside for the moment and let me ask: how exactly would I get either of the tunnels to do as I want? I'm thinking it's manipulation of the priority of network interfaces they'd provide. And if that is the case, then the same could be done with Miredo because it also provides an network interface. Sorry for the late response, I had issues logging in.
Jan
7
awarded  Good Question
Dec
31
asked Force IPv6 only through Miredo