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comment Print to a printer attached to the user's terminal in CentOS
how about creating a wrapper lprint that calls lp?
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comment What are some ways to update symlinks when the dir they point to are changed?
maybe have a look at tagstore.org anyway you should probably think about writing a software helping you manage your data. you could also look into knowledge management systems or document management systems…
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comment What are some ways to update symlinks when the dir they point to are changed?
it depends exactly what you need/want. It sounds like there is a bigger issue here at play, like about deployments, configuration management etc. Maybe write a small application which does what you want
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comment What are some ways to update symlinks when the dir they point to are changed?
No as the target doesn't know which symlinks point to it
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comment How do you get fgrep to find the literal “--help”?
fgrep -- --help