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Gregg Leventhal
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29 votes

How can I test if a particular alias is defined?

6 votes
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Edit home directory for an LDAP user in Linux

5 votes

How do the internals of sudo work?

4 votes

"grep: Unmatched [" error when using regex

3 votes

How do I shutdown the system after a particular process exits

2 votes
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Mac OS X LDAP query via dscl yields different results for same user with same datasource

2 votes
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Why is a variable passed to the su command, but not an array from the same scope?

1 vote

Bash STDERR still appearing after redirection

1 vote

Intrusion system suggestion specifically for Centos 6.4

1 vote
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How do I change login shell to nologin for an LDAP user RHEL 6?

1 vote

GNU Parallel and sshpass with server list in a loop

1 vote

Reformat table - Number of digits

1 vote

Grep for a string and then echo a string back from a record

1 vote

get IP address who modified a file

1 vote
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How to assign a variable within a pipe

1 vote

How to measure IO/disk usage of a program

0 votes

Track process state changes

0 votes

How to keep linux pagecache minimal?

0 votes

TCP buffers keep filling up (Recv-Q full): named unresponsive

0 votes
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How to use a greped url provided by tshark inside a bash script?

0 votes
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Move files based on filename into directory Year/Month/Day

0 votes

How to stop "tail -f" within a running script?

0 votes

Return one value and save it into a variable

0 votes

Nagios Core Acknowledgement notification (email)

0 votes

Automatically attach a file to a mail with mutt

0 votes

Can't Change CUPS password

0 votes

debian prompt is broken

0 votes

delete folders older than 1 day

0 votes
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Configuring setcifsacl to use local posix user instead of SID for CIFS share on Linux

0 votes

UUID in /etc/mtab