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That's what the faketime command is designed for. For instance: $ time faketime -f '+0 x10' sh -c 'date +%T; sleep 10; date +%T' 13:29:02 13:29:12 faketime -f '+0 x10' sh -c 'date +%T; sleep 10; date +%T' 0.00s user 0.00s system 0% cpu 1.009 total Started that shell with the clock going 10 times as fast as normal (that sleep 10 slept for 1 second). Clock ...


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A stack is effectively an array -- it contains a bunch of words in contiguous memory, There is an important restriction -- it can only grow and shrink at one end (hence FILO -- First In Last Out) which is also LIFO. Important difference from array too: Processor stack is logically split into Frames, and (unlike arrays), each frame can be a different size ...


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I don't understand why you'd kill the process after it has started... But that could be accomplished with the following script considering that grep -m1 doesn't work for you: #!/bin/bash java -jar xyz.jar &> "/tmp/yourscriptlog.txt" & processnumber=$! tail -F "/tmp/yourscriptlog.txt" | awk '/Started server on port 8000/ { system("kill '$...


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java -jar xyz.jar | grep -m1 "Started server on port 8000"


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Yes, it is possible to invoke other programs with LXPanel. LXPanel is configurable, but generally includes a taskbar, a start menu (called the Main Menu in LXPanel), and a terminal-like "Run" dialog usually invoked with Alt+F2. To restart LXPanel, you will need to know the name of your LXPanel profile. It is probably either Lubuntu, if you're running Lubuntu,...


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