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answered How to write a script that can take input from stdout
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answered How do I generate diffs for a series of files?
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revised Using find -perm to find setuid files
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comment Why Gentoo detects no network devices?
Does ifconfig -a show the interfaces? If it doesn't, that's a driver problem. If it does, then you just need to do the network configuration (e.g. activate DHCP or set a static IP address and gateway).
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comment How can I get less to follow foreman?
If foreman is receiving SIGTERM, that's not for any reason you've told us. Pressing Ctrl+C in less does nothing unless you've customized the key bindings. It doesn't enter follow mode (that's F), and it isn't sent to other programs (so it doesn't generate a terminal interrupt).
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comment g++ bash: warning: programmable_completion: g++: possible retry loop
Post the content of your ~/.bashrc. With what version of Ubuntu?
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revised g++ bash: warning: programmable_completion: g++: possible retry loop
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revised Find functions, commands, and builtins
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revised the use for echo without argument in shell scripting
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revised How to use a built in driver in the kernel?
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revised variables in find command and more shell problem
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comment Is there a robust way for a child process to signal readyness to its parent?
@dimo414 This is a programming question since you're writing a program and this is about how to design it. The pipe can be on any file descriptor. It's up to you.
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revised bash scripting and PS1 prompt
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comment Is there a robust way for a child process to signal readyness to its parent?
This is a programming question and belongs on Stack Overflow. The most natural method is for the parent to open a pipe and for the child to write a byte to it or close it.
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revised Multiple simultaneous instances of apt-get
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revised Binary not accesible from Bash despite being in path
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revised Meaning of chmod 1775
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revised Effect of limiting tcp connections through iptables to limit ssh sessions
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revised why I don't have suphp in debian testing
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comment Why is the manual for 'where' command not available
No, the Linux command is type in Bourne-style shells (including bash, which is usually the default interactive shell on Linux) and which on csh. which also exists as an external command, but should not be used outside (t)csh since it's unreliable.