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revised How to get parent PID of a given process in GNU/Linux from command line?
added an alias, made original more alias friendly
Aug
3
revised How do I symlink each of the files in one directory to another directory?
clarification
Jul
22
revised Terminal *output* history?
expanded answer
Jul
15
revised How to recursively rename files/folders to make their names Windows-friendly?
additional information
Jul
14
revised How to recursively rename files/folders to make their names Windows-friendly?
link maintenance
May
18
revised Multiple parameters to bash script
fix missing "do"
Apr
1
revised Bash: Spaces in alias name
clarification
Feb
6
revised Change directory cd to another terminal's cwd
handle dir names which include spaces
Dec
10
revised Block all ports except SSH/HTTP in ipchains and iptables
improved formatting
Dec
9
revised Software to generate taxonomy trees
fixed typo, added link to another answer
Dec
2
revised Bash: Spaces in alias name
returned the one-liner form
Oct
20
revised Can a 7 days full 100% CPU load “burn-in” / “stress test” damage a modern notebook?
Spelling tough -> though
Oct
17
revised Is it possible to display 'special' characters in tcsh prompt running on gnome-terminal?
fixed typo
Sep
16
revised on quit, 'less' does NOT clear its contents when run in a 'screen' session
fixed missing setting
Sep
8
revised bash: source from URL
suppress the progress output
Mar
21
revised pam mount - my password prompt now says pam_mount password:
fixed broken link
Mar
20
revised linux shell utils: convert a list of hex to list of decimals
additional information
Mar
14
revised bash: how to pass command line arguments containing special characters
removed incorrect formatting
Jan
7
revised How do I make bash do vim-like tab completion for file names?
added missing single quotes
Jul
31
revised Making BASH script `for` handle filenames with spaces (or workaround)
a simple null string will do, -r should almost always be used with read