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Slightly geeky, overly cynical and delusional about my own self importance.


Jan
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Trying to compress avi file using ffmpeg
Dec
20
comment Restricting access to yahoo.com in elinks using squid
Yes, posted on multiple stack exchange sites.
Dec
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Virtualbox seamless mode in Bodhi Linux
Dec
20
reviewed No Action Needed Can a FAT32 and NTFS file system exist without UUID?
Dec
20
reviewed No Action Needed Script to convert filenames to lowercase depending on extension
Dec
20
reviewed Looks Good Copy text from one tmux pane to another (using vim)
Dec
20
reviewed Reject suggested edit on command to layout tab separated list nicely
Dec
12
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Using a here-doc for `sed` and a file
Dec
12
revised Using a here-doc for `sed` and a file
Added note about here-document '-' prefix for enabling indentation of the closing tag.
Dec
11
reviewed Looks Good curly braces and subshell
Dec
11
comment curly braces and subshell
You may wish to expand your answer with the comment you've given.
Dec
6
comment Parameter expansion seems to be missing a piece
Also possible, it's a mispelling of ${DIRECTORY} the one time it's not working, and the author can't see the wood for the trees. Check very carefully that it's spelled correctly that one time.
Dec
6
revised How do I resume a tar command which was killed
deleted 26 characters in body
Dec
6
reviewed Looks Good Installing yum packages by pattern
Dec
5
revised File Privileges
deleted 1 characters in body
Nov
27
comment What is the process `sendmail`?
Then you need to review the outgoing and incoming mail logs to work out what's happening. Someone, or something is using your system to send e-mail.
Nov
27
answered What is the process `sendmail`?
Nov
26
reviewed Looks Good How to exit sh program?
Nov
24
comment Is there a shorter way to change username, home directory and move files at the same time
The original query is about a way to shorten a repetitive command, not a way to successfully and completely migrate user names.
Nov
23
revised Is there a shorter way to change username, home directory and move files at the same time
added 16 characters in body