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scala, java, linux

searching job in Berlin.


Jan
19
revised Permissions on a typical shared Linux web host
updated, according to updated question
Jan
19
revised Permissions on a typical shared Linux web host
example listing
Jan
19
answered Permissions on a typical shared Linux web host
Jan
14
revised How to allow Firefox to save forms, but prohibit search bar saving
added search and privacy tag, improved title
Jan
14
revised How to disable “web search” in the location bar of a webbrowser?
added search tag, spelling, wording
Jan
14
revised Remove Firefox Custom Search
added search tag, spelling, layout
Jan
14
suggested approved edit on How to allow Firefox to save forms, but prohibit search bar saving
Jan
14
suggested approved edit on How to disable “web search” in the location bar of a webbrowser?
Jan
14
suggested approved edit on Remove Firefox Custom Search
Jan
14
comment Remove Firefox Custom Search
Shouldn't your answer contain the important steps? External sources might vanish or move to other locations over time.
Jan
13
awarded  Excavator
Jan
13
revised How to verify that file2 is newer than file1 in bash?
layout, formatting
Jan
13
comment Bash - is there a way to search for a string (or pattern) in your current directory?
There was no name filter specified, so I would remove it, but use -type f as suggested by @MattiasAhnberg.
Jan
13
answered How to verify that file2 is newer than file1 in bash?
Jan
13
suggested approved edit on How to verify that file2 is newer than file1 in bash?
Jan
13
comment bash alias for “cd directory; ls”
Why don't you use ls directory instead?
Jan
13
answered Find and enter that directory?
Jan
13
comment open office document conversion uses 100% CPU
Using 100% of your CPU is the best thing a program can do. The faster it runs, the more early it will finish. Your problem is, that it takes so long to run, the absolute CPU occupation, not the relative one.
Nov
21
comment Case sensitive searching in linux
Who migrated the question? On Windows, there is a find too, but it has a different syntax and will not work that way. There is a find in the unxtools (or unxutils?), which is a pure win32 application, not something you need cygwin for, but since the windows-find is in the path, it will not work either by simply installing the unixtools. Why was this question migrated here? U&L would have been the better target.
Oct
29
comment Linux “rpl” command doesn't replace text
... and it is already anwered on SU. I flagged it as CP.