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Shell Script automatically exits from SSH section after switching of user (through pbrun command)

I have the below piece of code.. ssh some_user@server << EOF echo 'Successfully connected to the server' pbrun previlige -u user ls pwd id ...few more commands EOF if [ $? -eq 0 ] then echo ...
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OSX 10.9 network up triggers browser launch with router configuration page

I have installed a MIFI tool a while ago on an OSX 10.9 and since then every time the network connection is up, a browser window pointing to 192.168.1.1 is opened. I uninstalled the MIFI tool and ...
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bash: git-receive-pack: command not found

I've just changed the git remote for my server, and now when I try to use git push web master, (after staging and committing the changes), I get this: bash: git-receive-pack: command not found fatal: ...
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Send stdout and stderr to file, and store the pid in another file using nohup

I am modifying a script to use my jar as a service. I am stuck with this line here: nohup java -jar $PATH_TO_JAR /tmp 2>> /dev/null >> /dev/null & echo $! > $PID_PATH_NAME I want ...
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Bash Script - Find “ERROR” and output to file

I'm writing my first bash script and could use some help / advice. I cannot test the script at the moment - just want to know if I have it setup correctly. I have a file $A_HOME/bin/nohup.out and I'm ...
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Interactive menu (autocomplete) in bash with dialog(1)

So we can use dialog --menu ... to make a menu. And we can quick select the option by first letter of the tag. I want dialog to register keystrokes and perform the autocomplete. E.g. we have 3 ...
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How to use bash to open several terminal instances

My current setup involves starting my computer up, loading several terminal instances, resizing them to fit in a grid, then loading a command on each to watch output Is there a way where I can set up ...
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Windows .bat or .sh file to prepare multiple repositories for sourcetree

What I am looking to do is run a script that will: delete folders a,b and c from a directory. re-create the folders a,b and c as a a local git repository (using their individual git source urls) ...
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What exactly is the “Shellshock” vulnerability?

Concerning the Shellshock bug (aka "bash bug", CVE-2014-6271), can someone explain how this vulnerability works? Based on the test given in some posts (below), it looks like some type of injection ...
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Maintain screen session when executing shell script on boot

Solved: I solved this problem by introducing a delay before executing the script: @reboot sleep 60; /root/start_server.sh On Ubuntu 14.04, I have a crontab entry set to run on reboot: @reboot ...
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Windows right click on git bash menu, report can not find sh

i am able to open Git Bash from the program, but right click on drop down menu 'git bash' it says can not find sh. How can I fix this problem?
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Call script from a bash-initialized clean environment

So I've got an executable with conflicting dependencies with the build system it is running in. (AKA Xilinx doesn't play well with others). I'd love to run a cmake script as part of the build process, ...
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Clean Mavericks Install: Bash and Environment Defaults?

Broadly: what are the default files in play on a clean OS X install when using environment variables and bash? What derives from root, and what from the local user? I always get turned around on ...
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CygWin shortcut to launch server, connect and start a program

I have miraculously only spent about 20 minutes getting an installation of cygwin to communicate with a remote box that I use for controlling my CNC machine. At this point, to get everything running ...
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Bypass the $Recycle Bin in CygWin?

I'm using a CygWin session to find a large number of directories at a certain level in the file system tree in a loop, compress each directory into 1 archive, then delete the directory This ...
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Trap a program that has no command line output

I am using the CrashPlan backup tool to backup my home file server. I use an ssh tunnel to interact with the GUI on the remote machine (as detailed here). Currently, I have an alias in my zshrc that ...
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iTerm/OSX Terminal: Change text margin from edge of window

Currently, I use iTerm on OS X. My terminal looks something along these lines: I came across this picture of a terminal setup on GitHub, and I wanted to imitate it: Specifically, I wanted to ...
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git-svn creates directories but doesn't check out content

I am migrating an SVN repository to Git using git-svn combined with some light bash scripts on Ubuntu 14.04. Locally. git-svn has worked fine so far (on Unix), but recently, it sort of gets stuck ...
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Script for temporarily disabling internet connection

I want to block internet connection to me for about 8 hours or so on my Linux machine. I have no will power, so simple call for ifconfig down ifconfig up or similar commands doesn't apply to me, ...
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Remove grep's line number output in Redhat 5.9

I havent used RH 5.9 until now. I started with 6 but we have some 5.9 servers. The syntax with 5.9 is a bit different with some things. grep for example will output a number line before the actual ...
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Get all inactive users on system with 'lastlog' on Redhat 5.9

I need a script that will basically give me the listing of usernames that have been inactive on a system for 90+ days. I use the lastlog command but it seems a bit tricky to try to grep out the time. ...
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shell script over SSH ends unexpectedly after running 'ant build'

I wrote a shell script that runs on remote host to build source code with 'ant build' command, and then distribute the built binary to other servers. However, right after Ant build is over ...
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Raspberry in kiosk mode - How to secure bash or change matchbox for switching tty

I want change my raspberry to a kiosk pc. It works well and is complete, but with some mechanics I've some trouble. The actual problem is, that the autologin mechanism is defeating the purpose of ...
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Automaticly run xinit from rc.local as different user

I'm working on some tuning of my raspberry pi b+. So I decided that midori should start automaticly after autologin. With startx it works without problems, but X is still to ressource hungry. So I'll ...
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How to clean up output from `watch git gc`?

git gc updates the output as it runs, perhaps using backspaces, control characters, and/or curses. (I'm not an expert on this.) How can I modify my watch -n 60 git gc bash command so that the output ...
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busybox cp 'are the same file' when copying directories

I'm porting a bash script that worked on OS X to Windows+BusyBox. The first command is to create a new directory mkdir ../new_directory Then to copy all files from the current directory to a new ...
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Check for available command

When I execute the bash script with root user I receive the output it say iptables not exist. Why this happens only with root? for CMDAPP in "hash" "curl" "iptables" do if ! hash "$CMDAPP" ...
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Desktop Gone in Centos 6

I had a third party library created a ~ folder (a bug there), and I tried to delete it by "rm -rf ~". And apparently, it is a mistake -- my session got rebooted and then when I went back in, all the ...
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smbclient fails silently to copy file in bash script

I have the following script: #!/bin/sh BACKUP=/respaldoBD NOW=$(date +"%d_%m_%Y") SMBCLIENT="$(which smbclient)" DBS="zabbix" for db in $DBS do FILE="mysql_$db.$NOW.gz" echo $FILE PARM="prompt; ...
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Need to source bash_profile each time

I have get a server space that runs linux. A user is created for me. I have a bash_profile in my home directory and I set environment variables for JAVA_HOME and JAVA. When I access server through ...
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Writing a secure login script

I'm trying to write a secure login script to allow a user to have limited access to a server and change particular options. My method for doing so is via a python script executed by the users ...
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Do functions/aliases defined in a bash script that's downloaded from a server and executed not work?

I had a .bashrc which I moved to server so that I can download and execute it through wget. wget -O - http://xxx.github.io/dotfiles/bashrc | bash It does get executed but any functions and aliases ...
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how to detect availability of GUI

For Linux: I have a text mode installation (bash) script and a graphical mode setup program (a Free Pascal binary). I'd like to run the graphical setup when a GUI is available. How do I detect which ...
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xcode install doesn't work from mac teminal

So i'm trying to install the command line tool for xcode, i keep hearing to this xcode-select --install so I get the following output. xcode-select --install Usage: xcode-select -print-path ...
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How to setup an array to capture output from ffmpeg volumedetect command

If you query a media file using a command such as ffmpeg -i amediafile.mp4 -af "volumedetect" -f null /dev/null you get output including.... [Parsed_volumedetect_0 @ 0x181d0a0] n_samples: ...
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Command 'at' does not work in one Synology NAS, though it works perfectly on another

I have installed at command on 2 different NAS synology. On 1, it works perfectly, on the other I get the message: Villars1> echo "touch /tmp/tt" | at now next minute warning: commands will be ...
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Entered wrong .bash_profile and now my laptop is running hot

I am just learning how to use the command line and was editing the bash prompt setting in .bash_profile. I made an error in the prompt settings in .bash_profile and I lost the prompt and the ability ...
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pidof Xorg is not returning a number on my computer

I'm trying to debug a performance problem with Xorg on my computer and I found a curious problem doing the operf command: pidof -sx Xorg, or just pidof Xorg outputs nothing. But ps -e | grep Xorg ...
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Bash: move all files in all recursive folders to the root of the volume?

I have a disk with files and folders, a few levels deep. Eventually, there are mp3 files. What I would like to do is move *.mp3 from every level to the root of the disk, and then delete all the ...
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-t, -T and/or -t -t options for ssh are not stopping stty errors

I've googled this error (which is a pretty common error) ad nauseam, but none of the solutions are working. Disabling pseudo-tty allocation nor forcing pseudo-tty allocation work for me. I always ...
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curl won't shut up (--silent does nothing)

I'm writing a quick shell script, and I cannot for the life of me get curl to suppress the progress bar. The relevant line looks like this: curl http://website -o $temp >/dev/null 2>&1 ...
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GNU screen command on path not found

When I use GNU screen in the following way, it works: screen java -jar .... but why does screen bukkit .... not work when bukkit is a executable script from my path ($PATH)? I've read here, ...
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Wrong exit status from expect script

I developed the TELNET_TEST.expect (expect script ) in order to test TELENT connection on remote machine this script perform telnet on target machine wait for login and send password and make exit ...
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Bash script for repeated execution of benchmark

I'm working on a project involved with cloud instance performance. Currently running UnixBench on EC2 instances. For comparison purposes I require a benchmark to be run constantly on one instance. By ...
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CLI tools/ways for dynamically constructed DOM structure parsing HTML Javascript

I'm planning to make a tool which recognizes HTML using DOM structure in CLI. As many sites produce many DOM elements using JavaScript these days, it's becoming difficult to extract information from ...
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mc-wrapper does not exit to MC_PWD directory

I recently installed openSUSE 13.1 and set up the mc in typical why by aliasing mc with mc-wrapper.sh to have it exit into the last working directory in mc instance. However this does not seem to be ...
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Batch replace non-ASCII characters in filenames

I'm looking for a shell script that will recursively replace non-ASCI characters with underscore or just remove them. The issue is that a drive with files, created on Linux, has to be used on ...
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cygwin's chmod behaves as working, but it does not work

My Cygwin installation is behaving strangely: chmod does not work. [09:45 Administrator@DellIns14 ~] > ls -ls /usr/bin/chmod 64K -rwxr-xr-x 1 Administrator None 38K Feb 6 2012 /usr/bin/chmod ...
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Running Custom commands in a Terminal Application

I am running a terminal application in /dev/pts/X terminal that has its own console as sampleapp> what I need is to run commands specific to this application but from another terminal.
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How to query mssql db from bash on subsystem for unix

I have a script that is used to query a database and use the result set for further processing. This is a shell script that runs on bash. But the bash used is the one shipped in subsystem for Unix for ...