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Jan
12
revised Building python with openssl support
minor formatting update
Jan
12
comment How to alter a column in a row in a tab delimited text file if it's duplicated
One example isn't enough, two often isn't enough, three is usually enough. Your example needs to match the richness of the real data, otherwise people may propose solutions which don't actually solve your problem. My example gave four different values for column 4 in three different repeating patterns, that might be a good start in your question.
Jan
12
comment How to alter a column in a row in a tab delimited text file if it's duplicated
You might want to add more description to the question then, because the example is too vague / too light on detail.
Jan
12
comment How to alter a column in a row in a tab delimited text file if it's duplicated
I assume you want the 3rd occurrence to have _2 added, the 4th to be _3? I also assume there will be A, A, B, A, B, C, C, D such that you want A, A_1, B, A_2, B_1, C, C_1, D as the output?
Jan
12
reviewed Approve Which gtk theme is in use?
Jan
12
comment How do i connect to a remote server using the ssh key of the remote server from my local
And does the remote user's config allow access via the key? i.e. is it listed in /home/user/.ssh/authorized_keys (or the relevant file) on the target server? Does the rest of the server config allow access via key only?
Jan
12
comment How do i connect to a remote server using the ssh key of the remote server from my local
Actually, I've re-read this. Which user's public/private keys do you have?
Jan
12
comment resolv.conf - read-only filesystem
I agree with @FerencWágner - this is specifically what the hooks are there to avoid.
Jan
11
comment logrotate works when run manually, doesn't when run with cron
When it runs under cron, it has a very minimal environment, and likely, a very short path. In your /home/username scripts, are you relying on any paths to start/stop the executable? As a first step, go through everything and specify full paths for every executable (even standard OS commands).
Jan
11
answered resolv.conf - read-only filesystem
Jan
11
revised resolv.conf - read-only filesystem
minor style tidy up
Jan
11
reviewed Approve Log source IPs of all incoming packets
Jan
11
reviewed Reviewed Extract text between three single quotes
Jan
11
comment How to provoke a broken pipe
@Marcel not sure either, give it a shot with a graceful stop of the daemon and see how the pipe behaves, if that doesn't work, just kill -9 the daemon, as long as it's not writing to any files, kill -9 shouldn't be too harsh on it ;)
Jan
11
comment How to start and stop a libreswan connection
The man page is pretty cryptic, but does changing the auto=ondemand to auto=ignore achieve what you're trying to do?
Jan
11
comment How to provoke a broken pipe
Stop the MPD service / daemon (forcibly if necessary)?
Jan
11
comment How to start and stop a libreswan connection
can you post the relevant section from the ipsec.conf? edit: add it into the question if you can (not sure when you get edit rights).
Jan
11
reviewed Close shell scripting if statement doesn't work
Jan
11
reviewed Close Sort & organize a huge heap of photos
Jan
11
reviewed Close prevent from writing to a large continuous section of virtual memory