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14 votes

How to check if a shell is login/interactive/batch

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What does */13 do in a crontab?

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Unzip and rename a particular directory in zip --- in one operation

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Is 'sleep' based on the system clock or on time elapsed?

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Linux backup utility for incremental backups

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How do I give a user shell access that requires a key

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7zip, xz, gzip, tar, etc -- what are the differences?

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How do I change the input of a script to be the first argument on the CLI?

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Is it safe for a program to add its bin directory to PATH?

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How to increase size of root?

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awk find lines with two matches

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Wiped out Windows partition table

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Passing arguments to g++

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VIM: scripted search and replace?

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Setup routing on Ubuntu machine to ping between vlans

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How to convert pipe separated data to vertical format data

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rsync with `--links` option

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Raid partitioning - how do I add a new partition?

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rsync SSH agent forwarding through 3 remote systems doesn't work with single command

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select a private network interface

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Unique Deliminator when semicolon replaced with comma in CSV files of Unix environments?

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redirect and log script output

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Removing files that do not exist

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IO Error on RAID5 member. What to do about bad blocks?

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Rolling job scheduler

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How can I install all video codes into vlc player?

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Find All Running Processes Based on a Regular Expression

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Swap directories in tree, from /dir1/dir2/dir3/dir4 to /dir1/dir2/dir4/dir3

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How to move recursive files from one directory to another and same name files rename the older one appending its modification time

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How do I schedule a cron task to run