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comment What's the best way to perform a parallel copy on Unix?
serverfault.com/questions/152331/parallel-file-copy
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27
revised How to keep only every nth line of a file
Add the doc for `~`.
Jul
27
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revised How to find out which versions of a package can I install on APT
Quote madison from man page.
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revised How to find out which versions of a package can I install on APT
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answered How to find out which versions of a package can I install on APT
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comment How to find out xorg version? or “what's my xorg version?”
I'd rather use dpkg -p xserver-xorg which shows what actually installed instead of the querying the remote.
Jul
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comment Setting vim options only for files in a certain directory tree?
stackoverflow.com/questions/1889602/multiple-vim-configurations
Jul
12
comment How to search file for matching whole lines?
stackoverflow.com/questions/4709912/how-to-grep-the-exact-match
Jul
10
revised How do I compare binary files in Linux?
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revised How do I compare binary files in Linux?
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comment Execute a command stored in a variable
Same root cause: superuser.com/questions/360966/…
Jul
5
answered How do I use a Bash variable (string) containing quotes in a command?