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comment How to find the executable files under a certain directory in linux?
Well, I mean, how does it do that?
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comment How to find the executable files under a certain directory in linux?
What does this do?
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comment restrict directory listing linux
This is wrong. Without the x-permission you cannot access files in the directory. (Well, I find the things happening w/o the exec permission kind of strange, but…) Listing files, as the OP asked, requires the r-permission.
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comment How can I stop Mac OS X overriding my hostname when I receive a DHCP request on Snow Leopard?
Verified that this also works on Mountain Lion (10.8.2)
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comment Invoking vi through find | xargs breaks my terminal. Why?
+1 and a thousand thanks for that did the trick.
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comment ssh localhost works, but ssh [external url of localhost] doesn't
/etc/ssh/ssh_config contains system wide defaults for connections to other hosts. (Well, when you find differences between that local config that doesn't work and one that works investigate those) However, what would be needed is the config file that sets up details on how to connect from other hosts. Go to your instructor and ask for an admin.
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