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The action of modifying a program's behavior, generally by modifying a text file.

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In zsh, you can remove a function with unhash -f functionname or unfunction functionname. That doesn't automatically clear functions you've removed from a given startup file, though, because of cours …
answered Mar 7 '11 by mattdm
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Rsyslog is not installed by default on Fedora Workstation (although it is in some other flavors of Fedora). Many use cases can be served by querying the systemd journal directly with journalctl or oth …
answered Jun 22 '17 by mattdm
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Look at the docs file /usr/share/doc/initscripts-*/sysvinitfiles (On current F14, /usr/share/doc/initscripts-9.12.1/sysvinitfiles). There's further documentation here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/P …
answered Mar 15 '11 by mattdm
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— or even back to Fedora — solves your problem, just because we've got a slightly different configuration. But how long until the next such problem? I know you really want to just get your work done …
answered Mar 9 '15 by mattdm
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Not in GNU grep/egrep, there isn't. You probably want a specially-named alias or script to do this anyway, because someday later you might find yourself very confused when trying to look in something that you forgot matches your special configuration. …
answered Feb 25 '11 by mattdm
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that's what I'm familiar with.) The other approach is to use configuration management. This is a big topic, but look into Puppet, Chef, Ansible, cfengine, Salt, and others. In this case, you might …
answered Sep 11 '14 by mattdm