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comment User policy for a *nix system
@Mel_Burslan I end up drafting the documents myself, well using wording from other documents and as you said changing the content specific to my needs, thanks.
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comment Curl not found (Glype)
@lucase.62 I've edited my response, let us know if that solve your problem.
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comment Deleting many files except one type
@Sigur Well, you can use either rm -f $file.{aux,log} or shopt -s extglob then rm !($file.pdf|$file.tex)
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comment Deleting many files except one type
@Sigur It should work, like: rm *.{aux,log,lof} another method is to use: shopt -s extglob then rm !(*.pdf|*.tex) this way erases all but the files you want to keep.
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answered Curl not found (Glype)
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answered Deleting many files except one type
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answered How to split the terminal into more than one “view”?
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answered change owner of a file and it's parent directories
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comment Installing git “sudo: apt-get: command not found”
@LucyWeatherford Please read [link]centos.org/docs/4/html/yum/sn-managing-packages.html you need to understand the basics of managing packages with YUM if your background is APT you will find the equivalences between commands e.g. apt-get install <package_name> becomes yum install <package_name> be aware that different distros have different package names.
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comment Installing git “sudo: apt-get: command not found”
@LucyWeatherford Seems that you're not using a Debian related distro so an easy way to find which distro you are on is to run lsb_release -a finding the righ distro you're on will tell you what package manager is available e.g. YUM and RPM if you're using Red Hat or CentOS.
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