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accepted How should I write a regex to match a specific word?
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comment How should I write a regex to match a specific word?
Thanks. I thought regexes were basically language independent.
Apr
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comment How should I write a regex to match a specific word?
Testing this out with regex testers online (regex101.com for example) shows it as invalid and not matching example strings that I enter. This is intended to be used as part of a python script. Does that make any difference in how it should be written?
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accepted Is there any reason to replace a failing disk in a raid10 before it has completely died?
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comment Is there any reason to replace a failing disk in a raid10 before it has completely died?
Well I have a spare ready to go, if one abruptly fails I can just switch it out. It's very unlikely that two will go out at the same time.
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asked Is there any reason to replace a failing disk in a raid10 before it has completely died?
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asked Is there a way to reformat a RAID array without losing existing data on the disks?
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comment In Linux, what would be the best way to recursively ZIP multiple directories at once?
I appreciate the help. I actually went with the command provided yesterday and slightly modified it to be a bit simpler. $ find * -maxdepth 1 -type d -exec zip -r {}.zip {} \; accomplishes exactly what I wanted, I've used it on test directories as well as my live one for which I originally posted this question.
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accepted In Linux, what would be the best way to recursively ZIP multiple directories at once?
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asked As a user with a home server, is it particularly bad or dangerous to open port 22 to my server?
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accepted Is SELinux important if I'm the only one who uses my computers?
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asked In Fedora 20, $DISPLAY is unset after a kernel update. How can I permanently fix this
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