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Mar
28
comment Script does not start when OS start|reboot
Does it work if you do initctl start vendorBroker manually?
Mar
28
comment Leveraging Raid 0 with SDD and Traditional Hard Drive
A RAID 0 with a SSD and a 1TB drive will almost certainly be slower than the SSD by itself.
Mar
28
comment XMPP chat room logger
Logging is the most basic functionality of any chat bot. Just pick one and don't enable any additional features.
Feb
10
comment How can I set grep to default to a certain filename pattern?
csh is not POSIX compliant.
Feb
10
comment How can I set grep to default to a certain filename pattern?
@terdon I am going to guess no, since alias wasn't added to the POSIX spec until 2004.
Feb
10
comment How can I set grep to default to a certain filename pattern?
@slyx that should be an answer, but with "$@" instead of $1.
Apr
27
comment one sudo for multiple terminals
run screen after you start a shell with sudo?
Apr
23
comment How can i set the flags with gentoo prefix
unset PKG_CONFIG_PATH.
Mar
16
comment shell scripting - How to zip contents inside a folder without the folder itself?
Unless the files have spaces
Feb
5
comment How do I start in bash when ssh'ing into my server?
If you use adduser, it should set it to bash by default. The default is configured in /etc/adduser.conf. Otherwise specify the shell explicitly with useradd.
Feb
5
comment How do I start in bash when ssh'ing into my server?
See "posix mode" in the bash manpage. When used in scripting as /bin/sh, it's not really a problem (which is what I believe you are referring to). In interactive use, differences are more likely to be noticed. E.g. When executed as /bin/sh not all RC files are sourced.
Feb
5
comment How do I start in bash when ssh'ing into my server?
Good to hear you have been very careful. Not everyone has. Another note on your update, launching /bin/bash as /bin/sh is the same as executing it with --posix, which may have undesirable results.
Feb
5
comment How do I start in bash when ssh'ing into my server?
Manual edits of /etc/passwd are highly discouraged. An editing mistake can break logins for all users, requiring recovery media or a boot to single user mode to repair. There are tools such as usermod for changing /etc/passwd.
Jan
15
comment Robocopy, starts, then stops
@user88311 it's a command line tool, not a GUI