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comment how to force `screen -L` to overwrite log?
There is already a question on the site which discusses how to redirect within screen, you pointed to it - so this will just get closed as a duplicate. The problem you have is solved by one or the other, but they are not answers to the same question.
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comment how to force `screen -L` to overwrite log?
That question runs a single command within screen and sends the output from that command to a file. That's not what your question asked. If you have another query, or you're trying to solve a different issue, mark this as accepted and ask that in a new question, or, edit the question to reflect what you're actually trying to do.
13h
comment copyFromLocal Hadoop No such file or directory error
I've no clue - you built the hadoop cluster so you really need to understand how to refer to it using URIs. I recommend you go back to the hadoop manual and work it out?
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comment copyFromLocal Hadoop No such file or directory error
And what's the Hadoop URI that specifies the target? It's not /usr/local/hadoop/input_localuser
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comment how to force `screen -L` to overwrite log?
screen doesn't send output to stdout in that way, so you can't redirect screen's output, that's why it has a logging option.
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comment how to force `screen -L` to overwrite log?
You can drop the path parts from the above and it'll use the current directory.
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comment Hosted apache2 website visible on internet
This is likely to be closed as too broad. There are plenty of tutorials already on the internet if you just search for the right terms.
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comment CentOS 7: Strange directories appearing in /
I would disconnect it from the Internet while you investigate. Can you try the fuser or @linerd's lsof command.
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comment loop create from file
Does your file test have blanks lines?
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comment CentOS 7: Strange directories appearing in /
What's inside them? What does fuser /Y-df78a7ff0627a98c-0000000000 return (pick the newest directory). Are there any processes running you don't recognise? Is the machine connected to the Internet?
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comment can't save docker image: Error response from daemon: chtimes: invalid argument
You need to patch docker to a newer version.
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comment How can I specify a system wide proxy without giving my password in plaintext?
Which Linux distribution (assuming it's Linux)
Apr
27
comment Grub Bootloader does not show Windows
Might want to ask that specifically then.
Apr
27
comment Grub Bootloader does not show Windows
This is a query about fixing Windows 10, it's not really a UNIX/Linux query (no matter how you broke the Windows 10 install in the first place). The likely resolution involves boots from some Windows media, so this is the wrong place I think.
Apr
27
comment “No space left on device” when trying to copy small folder to an external drive with alot of free space
Unmount it and fsck it?
Apr
27
comment “No space left on device” when trying to copy small folder to an external drive with alot of free space
Please include the copy command you're using and a du -h of the directory you're trying to copy. Also, can you check there are no symlinks inside the directory you're copy.
Apr
26
comment grep with variable in a variable
This line "$ligne >> log1.txt" is missing an echo so your script is trying to execute a command called Apr. That's the specific error you've got, I've not considered anything else in your script.
Apr
26
comment Trace access to a directory tree
SUSE has auditd, so my answer should work.
Apr
26
comment Allow user to run a command with arguments (which contains spaces)
Interesting, I wonder if that's exploitable, i.e. convince sudo you typed one thing (which matches the specification) but when it comes to execute it, it is something else entirely.
Apr
26
comment Trace access to a directory tree
Which Linux distribution?