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scala, java, linux

searching job in Berlin.


Nov
10
comment Is there a simpler form of find . -name “*substring_of_filename*” on Mac OS X and Linux?
iname is not equivalent, name is. It might be your favorite usage, but was not the question.
Nov
10
comment Is there a simpler form of find . -name “*substring_of_filename*” on Mac OS X and Linux?
@knittl: But locate is not restricted to the current dir and it's subdirs.
Nov
10
comment Is there a simpler form of find . -name “*substring_of_filename*” on Mac OS X and Linux?
@BenU: I don't have a System with Mac OS X, but on Linux, the need for quotes arises from the shell. If I don't quote the "*", the shell tries to expand it. It is not needed needed for find, and not, if the * doesn't match something in the current dir - then it is passed unchanged to find. You may try single quotes, which are allowed too in bash, but would prevent variable expansion (which isn't the case, here, but sometimes else) -name "*.pdf.$id" for example.
Jun
18
comment Is it possible to sign archives?
@grawity: Signed applets, zipped in a jar, ARE verified before execution. To generate a minimal shell script, which combines verification (jarsigner) with extraction (jar) will be trivial.
Jun
15
comment Is it possible to sign archives?
What do you mean with manual verification? What is the alternative? An autopopup, which verifies itself every 10 minutes? Shall the OS automatically verify the archive on boot up? When an archive is received - be it from CD, email-attachment, download, ...? Should it be a plugin in your virus scanner?
May
18
comment Start Java GUI program as Root during Startup Linux
@Ghost_000_cs: I didn't ask you why you prefer Java over C, but Antonio, who hasn't an account here, and gets no information about new comments.
May
18
comment Start Java GUI program as Root during Startup Linux
@Ghost_000_cs: ad 1) You automatically login as one user, don't you? Then add the program to the autostarted programs of that user. I guess - ad 2) instead of 'and fixing' I should have used 'and setting up '. To setup the sudoers file, read the manpage first, then ask a specific, new question. You can link to this thread for background information, to not repeat yourself.
May
12
comment Start Java GUI program as Root during Startup Linux
Can you explain why you think that especially Java programs are critical to run as root? Compared to what - python, C, C++, php?
May
2
comment Unix tools: what if a file is named minus something?
Some remark wouldn't be wrong.
Apr
28
comment Why I have to type “./” always before an executable to execute it in Linux?
The answer is only partly correct. The problem could be surrounded if the current directory was only used as last option. Then standard tools would still be found first.
Apr
23
comment Find multiple files in linux
@PaulR: If you don't use regexexs, maybe, but both, find and locate, can handle regex, and therefore it can be alright here, imho.
Mar
21
comment allowing others access to specified subdirectories only
@l1zard: And what does the FHS suggest?
Mar
21
comment What is the proper way to make a start up script in Linux (Fedora Unbuntu) env?
@grawity: I'm using Xubuntu 10.4 LTS, which has some scripts in /etc/init, but some of them, like apache2 and postgresql8.4 are still only available in /etc/init.d . Feel free to describe systemd and Upstart yourself.
Mar
21
comment What is the proper way to make a start up script in Linux (Fedora Unbuntu) env?
@KitHo: In ubuntu, there is a file /etc/rc.local for simple tasks.
Mar
18
comment Computer Power Cycles Unexpectedly
Shake it, baby! Will it reboot? Does it reboot if left alone (I think so, from the BIOS-tale).
Mar
14
comment Command to search programs in Linux
+1 for the explanation. Now I understand the expression.
Mar
14
comment Command to search programs in Linux
find_bin "[aeiou]b.*" does not find ''ubuntu-bug'' or ''ebrowse''. Your script uses globbing, not regexes, afaik, but I don't really understand ` ${PATH//://*${1}* }*${1}*`
Mar
13
comment Command to search programs in Linux
Did I misunderstand, and you aren't searching for regex or names, you don't remember exactly?
Mar
13
comment Command to search programs in Linux
Apart from the regex part, to search for not completly known names.
Mar
13
comment Command to search programs in Linux
echo $d/* in above command would output all entries of the directory, if one file matches - independent from regexes or not. Normally, I advocate against using ls, so I tried it here too - and find is a fine solution (you normally don't have directories below ~/bin, else add an -maxdepth 1 to the find params after the path.