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I'd like to run a script (let's say myScript.sh) every time a yum update or yum install command is executed. So if I run yum update someprogram then myScript.sh should be executed right after that. I …
asked Nov 19 '15 by Katie
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I'm trying to let a command run in the background, but also use the "||" syntax to execute a different command if the first one failed. Example: $( <run-this-in-background> & || <run-this-if-failed>) …
asked Mar 20 '18 by Katie
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I've come to the conclusion that this isn't possible :( You have to have a user ssh in sometime, somewhere in order for this to work. Without a user, you can't take over root's display.
answered Jul 20 '17 by Katie
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While logged in remotely as ROOT, I want to run my selenium program remotely on ROOT's display (and not my remote display). I am not talking about doing ssh -X (which works), but instead I have one no …
asked Jul 13 '17 by Katie