Example: trying to upload a non existing file - curl -d @no-real-file http://google.com | echo $? - returns 0. How can I make curl fail on input errors?
I'm making a shell script that reached out to a web service with basic auth. I don't want to have to put in my username and password every time the script runs, but I also don't want to have the combo ...
In addition to my own computer, I sometimes use an Ubuntu cluster at my school. Rather than manually keep my .bashrc's in sync, I would like to make the school cluster's .bashrc source my personal ...