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Jun
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reviewed Approve comparing columnn values between two unix files
Jun
6
reviewed Approve Change gid of a specific group
Jun
4
revised iptables applied in local machine, Can't access remote ssh
tidied spelling/typing without trying to change the message.
Jun
2
reviewed Edit Command to display Memory usage, Disk Usage and CPU Load
Jun
2
revised Command to display Memory usage, Disk Usage and CPU Load
Fix formatting (corrected 1 typo)
May
30
reviewed Approve shell tag wiki excerpt
May
22
reviewed Approve How to create a sequence with leading zeroes using brace expansion
May
22
reviewed Approve Duplicate specific text in text file, using perl or grep
May
20
reviewed Reject using SFTP: Permission denied, please try again,
May
20
reviewed Approve Is it possible to run vlc as root?
May
20
reviewed Approve How can I downgrade a glibc version?
May
19
reviewed Approve wtmp tag wiki
May
19
reviewed Approve How do I shutdown the system after a particular process exits
May
18
reviewed Approve How do I route traffic between eth0:0 and eth0
May
16
reviewed Approve Is gnu coreutils sort broken?
May
12
comment root partition getting full with nfs mounted directory
You need to ask a new question, or reword your existing question if that one directory is of interest.
May
9
answered Change IP remotely over ssh
May
7
comment Find when the file was closed in Unix
Why do you think the cat command finished at 10:41 - there's no indication that was the case. You could have just waited 8 minutes after the cat command before running another date command.
May
7
comment Find when the file was closed in Unix
I don't think the commands you ran support your statement or your question, and what you're asking for isn't clear. Can you have a go at rewording your query with more structure.
May
3
reviewed Approve FTP error “553 Could not create file” in RHEL