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If you wish to add a directory to your default path, you do PATH=$PATH:[your absolute path here]. Then if you wish to make this permanent for your user, you can add this command to your ~/.bashrc so t …
answered Mar 5 '18 by corsel
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1 - rm -rf work deletes the directory and its contents. You can do rm -rf work/* if you wish to keep the dir and empty the contents. 2 - You are not wrong. Also, why did you post a question here i …
answered Mar 29 '18 by corsel
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You may want to take a look at kernel ring buffer stored in /proc/kmesg.
answered Mar 5 '18 by corsel