479 reputation
27
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
seen Mar 27 at 23:09

Oct
2
comment Substitute large numbers of files according to style guide
@Scott: Regarding #4: I'm not sure that I'm following. * is just a wildcard matcher - it doesn't expand to all of the files in that directory. I have tried this locally and it works fine. find /etc/httpd/ -name *con* returns a list of all of the files/directories under /etc/httpd that has a name that contains the string con. It doesn't give me a syntax error. Thanks for letting me know about the annotations! I've been wondering why I sometimes get notifications from comments and sometimes I don't...
Oct
2
comment Substitute large numbers of files according to style guide
1. Yes, you're right. Like I said, I only added the line breaks for visual appeal. 2. I'm not sure either. He added that as a comment after I had posted my answer. I'm not sure if I should update my answer now though since he accepted it... Once again, he added that as a comment after I had posted my answer 3. You're right, should I edit my answer though since it's accepted? 4. find /some/path -name *log* works fine. It is more clear however, when you add the quotation marks.
Oct
1
revised Substitute large numbers of files according to style guide
added 364 characters in body
Oct
1
revised Substitute large numbers of files according to style guide
added 53 characters in body
Oct
1
answered Substitute large numbers of files according to style guide
Oct
1
awarded  Critic
Sep
28
comment Apache Commons and Tomcat Servlet API install and dependency
No worries. I'm glad I could help!
Sep
27
awarded  Commentator
Sep
27
comment Missing characters when printing in linux
The fact that pdftops converts your document correctly is not strange at all since you can view the document in your pdf readers. Does this happen to every pdf document that has the phi character or is it only for this document? If it's just for this document, then maybe there's something wrong with the document itself. If not, then my guess is that gnome print cannot access the font library for some reason (permissions maybe?). That would be rather strange though but then again, I've never heard of this problem before.
Sep
26
comment Missing characters when printing in linux
It sounds like you're missing some font library/libraries on your local machine
Sep
26
comment Crontab No such file directory
Is this a cron job for the root user or a "regular" user? Could it be that the user that you have created the cron job for, does not have privileges to access the files/folders that you have specified?
Sep
26
answered Can apt-get be used on Red Hat systems?
Sep
25
comment How do I save log files to another partition?
1. You could specify the location for CustomLog to a path where /dev/sda3 is mounted such as /var/lib/svn/apache-logs. 2. Ah yes, you would have to configure apache2.conf in that case. 3. You can specify the maximum file size of the access_logs in the logrotate config (and the amount of files that you want logrotate to circle between).
Sep
25
answered How do I save log files to another partition?
Sep
24
answered Fast way to check disk usage in linux?
Sep
21
answered Apache Commons and Tomcat Servlet API install and dependency
Sep
20
awarded  Editor
Sep
20
revised why doesn't set test = whatever in windows?
added 9 characters in body
Sep
20
awarded  Teacher
Sep
20
answered Can applications using old versions of Opengl still run on newer cards?