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Steven D
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470 votes
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How can I run a command which will survive terminal close?

352 votes
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What does "rc" in .bashrc stand for?

183 votes
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Where did the "wheel" group get its name?

181 votes
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Kill an unresponsive ssh session without closing the terminal

173 votes
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Nslookup: command not found error on RHEL/CentOS 7

172 votes
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Grabbing the first [x] characters for a string from a pipe

148 votes

Execute a command once per line of piped input?

146 votes
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Is there any option with 'ls' command that I see only the directories?

145 votes
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How to find which processes are taking all the memory?

122 votes
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Recovering accidentally deleted files

104 votes
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grep and tail -f?

96 votes
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pwd without symlinks

86 votes

How to parse JSON with shell scripting in Linux?

79 votes
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How do I get sar to show for the previous day?

78 votes
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Delete extraneous files from dest dir via rsync?

64 votes
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Get the free space available in current directory in Bash

64 votes

How to test what shell I am using in a terminal?

63 votes

How do I print pi (3.14159)?

53 votes
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How do I remove spaces from shell variables?

52 votes
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List explicitly installed packages

50 votes
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Markdown Viewer

49 votes
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How to find all binary executables recursively within a directory?

45 votes
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How to specify a custom autocomplete for specific commands?

42 votes
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How do I watch my webcams feed on Linux?

39 votes
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How do I recursively check permissions in reverse?

35 votes
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Is screen useful?

35 votes

Using jq to extract values from column-oriented JSON and format in CSV

33 votes
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How to test swap partition

32 votes

How to grep standard error stream (stderr)?

31 votes
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making ssh hosts global to all the users on the computer

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