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CentOS: Can Top -u Display 2 or More Users?

Showing processes for 1 user is rather easy with Top: top -u someuser1 or by hitting u while top is running. Is there any way to make Top show processes specifically for 2 (or more) users? An example ...
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H0w do I add a delay to the launch of an application via RocketDock Shortcut

I have a shortcut in Rocketdock that will trigger my screensaver using flipss. However, the screensaver starts right away and the dock won't auto-hide until the mouse is no longer hovering over it. ...
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tar command does not list content of tar package with -t option

I am trying to list the content of the tar archive with the following command tar -t "filename".tar But the shell works on this one forever without any output message. I did a research on this ...
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SIMS.net CommandReporter.exe Error Running Report

I would like to run and save the output of a SIMS.net report using the CommandReporter.exe tool included with the package. I have tried running the following command: CommandReporter.exe ...
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TextPad Command Line Argument: Open in Existing TextPad Instance

What are the command line arguments you can use for TextPad? I've searched for this but TextPad doesn't document this. We have an external application; when the user clicks a button our application ...
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WinRAR - Using rar.exe command line to extract all files in all archives in a folder then delete all the archives?

I want to use rar.exe via command line to extract all files in all archives in a folder then delete all the archives automatically if they extracted successfully? I tried -df and -dr to no avail. ...
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Play mov file in existing vlc window using command line

I'm trying to play a mov file using vlc (2.1.4) command line, but I want it to join the existing vlc window each time. It seems like in older versions there was a command line option --one-instance ...
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less -S server.log (unix)

For a better understanding I prefer to read the logs with no wrap lines. In less I can get this with the -S option. The problem is that I can not select and copy rows that go beyond the right side ...
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How to run --args AFTER Google Chrome is already open

How do run --args after Google chrome is already open? open -a Google\ Chrome --args --"profile-directory"="Profile 1" ONLY works when Google chrome is not running and I would like to know how to ...
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How do I replace a numeric label in one text file with the corresponding alphabetic name in a second text file?

I have two text files. In the first text file, I have a phylogenetic tree written as a series of sets as follows: (1,(((((((((163,164, etc. In the second text file, I have the taxon names as ...
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Auto record stream in VLC

I need to record different http video streams. At this moment, I manually open the stream and push the little record button when the extra toolbar is activated. It creates a stream automatically in ...
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Network Permissions, Traversing Folders, Command Line

I am trying to delete a text file from my command line in a directory that exists in a Failover cluster in a Windows 2008 R2 server, to which I am connected over my corporate network. I have all ...
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Passing Command Line Arguments to EXE

I am using the java jar utility which does not supoort extracting to specific directories via command line argument. Therefore, I need to cd into the folder I want the extracted jar files to go ...
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Unzipping files using winzip in command prompt

I am trying to unzip the files from an archive called wz_test at the command prompt, using the following command: wzunzip -d c:\wz_test.zip c:\new I am not able to unzip because it's saying that ...
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Understanding an application's cmd arguments

I'm testing out an application and its sourcecode gives no clues as to the actual syntax other than the help output. I have tried many combinations trying to get it to work, and it keeps outputting ...
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How to make exiftool not to change file's date and time

How to make exiftool not to change the date and time of the affected files? I mean not the date and time written in EXIF, I mean the date and time of the file itself.
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%1 in registry not being expanded in Windows 8

I have made a tool that adds some things to the context menu when right clicking a directory, inside the 'empty space' of a directory, or a drive. I have used this extensively in Windows XP, Vista, ...
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Passing multiple sets of arguments to a command

instances contains several whitespace separated strings, as does snapshots. I want to run the command below, with each instance-snapshot pair. ec2-attach-volume --instance $instances --device ...
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Extracting last command-line parameter of batch file

I have to modify a batch file (written by a former employee) that uses a for %%f in (%*) do ( ... ) loop to operate on each command-line parameter. The new requirement is that a directory name will be ...
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How to pass a super long argument in the terminal?

I wrote a python programme, that accept I pass an argument inside it. But when I pass a very very long, it automatically shorten my argument. How can I fix it? Thanks.
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Firefox command line arguments

Where can I find a reference document with all Firefox command line arguments? I would like to know if there is any equivalent of Chrome --incognito, --new-window, --allow-file-access-from-files and ...
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How to pass multiple commandline arguments to a script?

I have a command line script that takes images as arguments. I got it working with one argument but fail to figure out how to pass in multiple.
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starting a process to run from command line [duplicate]

I'm trying to make "streamripper32" start on a schedule using Windows Task Manager. I am able to get the application to start but not able to get it to start running. I've tried every argument ...
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When is it necessary to quote a command line argument? [closed]

When is it necessary to quote a command line argument?