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Sep
9
answered Executing the default application assigned to a file type, from terminal, given only file name
Jun
10
comment Change CD-ROM via virsh
Thanks, rkthr. I test this next week and come back here. +1 anyway :-)
Apr
8
accepted Cannot login to Linux server via SSH/Console
Apr
5
comment Cannot login to Linux server via SSH/Console
Thanks for that ACPI pointer. I think, I tried leaving it for a "considerably long time". 14 days :-)
Apr
5
asked Cannot login to Linux server via SSH/Console
Feb
22
asked Encrypt tar file asymmetrically
Feb
22
awarded  Critic
Feb
11
accepted Write a PID file manually from Bash script
Feb
9
comment What is randomart produced by ssh-keygen?
Uhm, When could I see the hosts art? (I think I never did.) I only saw such an image after generating my key pair. And to what would I have to compare it to recognize 'sudden' change.
Jan
31
asked Change CD-ROM via virsh
Jan
27
comment Write a PID file manually from Bash script
@e-t172 thank you for pointing out. I delete 'exec' then.
Jan
27
comment Write a PID file manually from Bash script
UPDATE: when I use the fg I get 'fg: 21: job (null) not created under job control' and the script does not block. Sorry.
Jan
27
comment Write a PID file manually from Bash script
I actually tried the '&' thing, but didn't think of fg. Thank you :-)
Jan
27
asked Write a PID file manually from Bash script
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Oct
25
awarded  Scholar
Oct
25
accepted Highlight console search output, while displaying entire command output
Oct
14
comment Highlight console search output, while displaying entire command output
My sed skills are basically not existent. How would I have to change that in order to match the pattern case sensitive. Anyway, I will add that one to my bash_functions include. Thank you very much.
Oct
14
comment Highlight console search output, while displaying entire command output
I Could have sworn I got some thing else last time I tried that. (Each match the context with '-----' separators in between.) Now that you told me, it runs fine :-) Thank you.
Oct
13
awarded  Student