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Jan
22
comment Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”
@vinc17 From my tests, it seems it is just a newline missing after the message Starting daemon monitor: monit
Jan
22
comment Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”
Complementing what vinc17 said, run file /etc/init.d/monit.
Jan
22
comment Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”
Strange, I can't figure out what's happening, but remove echo $PATH; exit from the script, and then replace start-stop-daemon with /sbin/start-stop-daemon in the line 124.
Jan
21
comment Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”
Try putting echo $PATH; exit at the top of the script, run it, and tell me the output.
Jan
21
comment Get modification date that can be used with touch -m
@StéphaneChazelas Updated the link to gnu.org/software/coreutils/manual/…
Jan
21
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Jan
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Jan
21
comment Get modification date that can be used with touch -m
@StéphaneChazelas WOW, OK!
Jan
21
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Jan
21
answered Get modification date that can be used with touch -m
Jan
21
comment Running init.d script produces “start-stop-daemon: not found”
Are you trying to run /etc/init.d/monit start as root?
Jan
21
answered What happened to ePDFview‽
Jan
18
comment apt pin priority for a single package in a source
It would be wiser for you to get the latest Iceweasel instead from mozilla.debian.net
Jan
18
comment sh test two conditions gets [: missing `]'
@jeremy.bass Yes, [[ is not specified by POSIX, although it is a powerful bashism. See mywiki.wooledge.org/BashFAQ/031
Jan
18
answered sh test two conditions gets [: missing `]'
Dec
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answered make terminal selection automatically copy to the system clipboard buffer?
Nov
25
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Nov
23
revised vte.sh does not keep my gnome-terminal directory in new tab
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Nov
23
comment vte.sh does not keep my gnome-terminal directory in new tab
@VolkerSiegel OK, I included your suggestion in the answer, thanks!
Nov
22
comment vte.sh does not keep my gnome-terminal directory in new tab
Regarding /dev/shm/pwd, he could just replace it with ~/.pwd if that's a problem. For all the terminals, there's not much I can do, I'm afraid. Perhaps pwd >/dev/shm/pwd could be included in the __precmd.