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comment How can I sort the output of 'ls' by last modified date?
@jiggunjer: yes, but find is quicker and I find his output more readable.
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answered ddrescue - how are my chances and how could I speed it up?
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comment Highlight bash output in iTerm 2?
I use in my .bashrc the following alias: alias ls="/bin/ls --color -lF"
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comment Remove a certain line from Bash history file
Using sed for doing this, instead of an handy editor ensure all occurence will be dropped! See my answer
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comment Record bash_history to private database for all users?
This is linked to How to find out which ssh key was used.
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Funny: user 52304 did recieve a gold medal for a famous question... Maybe your link to this question had help him to recieve this gold medal.
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comment Limit program's (Viber for Linux) access only to certain directory
You could not use any device if already in use... This seem to be another problem! Please ask another question!
Nov
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comment Limit program's (Viber for Linux) access only to certain directory
@Lekensteyn You're right! It's better to copy /etc/passwd, su and needed stuff for doing su $USER once chrooted! This could be scripted.
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comment Limit program's (Viber for Linux) access only to certain directory
You have to install a copy of /bin/bash in chrooted env, but you have copy used libraries too! Try the command ldd /bin/bash to see what's needed.
Nov
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comment Limit program's (Viber for Linux) access only to certain directory
I think, after re-reading your question, the simpliest way is to use chroot. Maybe one copy in each user's homedir. You could use hardlinks for that: see cp -l.
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answered Limit program's (Viber for Linux) access only to certain directory
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