Richard Bronosky

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Mobile Solutions Architect, Cox Media Group Technology

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Apr
17
awarded  Excavator
Apr
17
revised Script to monitor folder for new files?
Two simplifications and an improvement: Used the builtin event filter. Used multiple `read` arguments to isolate the filename. Included move_to as an event filter because files have 2 ways of getting into a folder.
Apr
17
suggested suggested edit on Script to monitor folder for new files?
Apr
17
comment Script to monitor folder for new files?
@Lugoues and now when you try to use -f you get The '--filename' option no longer exists. The option it enabled in earlier versions of inotifywait is now turned on by default. So, you only have to do inotifywait -m /path -e create | I'm going to try and edit this answer.
Jan
22
comment echo vs <<<, or Useless Use of echo in Bash Award?
@l0b0 Hmmm. Maybe I'll add pipefail to j.mp/safebash I'm all for getting all the errors during development!
Nov
7
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
21
comment How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
@Shadow thanks for catching that. I corrected it.
Oct
21
revised How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
Included the backticks that radius struggled to include.
Oct
21
comment How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
@radius I was able to add backticks using this suggestion: meta.stackexchange.com/a/70679/167351
Oct
21
suggested suggested edit on How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
Oct
21
revised How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
corrected an issue pointed out by @Shadow
Aug
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
31
awarded  Autobiographer
May
1
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
1
comment Moving tmux window to pane
@mrlanrat I find that you must prefix the window number with a colon. See my answer below.
Feb
1
answered Moving tmux window to pane
Aug
11
revised How can you change the GNU screen status line based on hostname?
tried too hard to be DRY