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On Down-voting

About two percent of my votes are down-votes, which I think is quite low. Down-voting is an important part of StackExchange and helps separate the good answers (and questions) from the not-so-good. If I have down-voted one of your posts, I will have left you a comment as to why. If you down-vote one of my posts, I ask that you, too, leave a comment as to why so that I can either improve my post or remove it. Thank you.


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revised Copy folder and all therein to parentParentParentFolder
Nothing to do with PuTTY
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comment how to move cursor to given positon when using shell
Specifically, you are using bash in emacs mode. The readline keys are available to you, see linux.die.net/man/3/readline for more details.
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comment UNIX command for pid running in background
I thought you didn't know the PID? Are you sure 722 isn't the PID of another instance of python eventsim.py? grep '[l]og1' was specifically to find instances writing to that particular file.
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comment UNIX command for pid running in background
Why use grep and not ps aux | awk '/eventsim.py/ {print $2,$11,$12}'?
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comment UNIX command for pid running in background
A different PID to what?
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answered UNIX command for pid running in background
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comment I enter Youtube's IP but Google opens
What is the answer to dig www.google.com @8.8.8.8?
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comment grep *.c not working
@KurzedMetal: Sure, but I'm curious as to how he (or she) got there.
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comment grep *.c not working
Why not just ls *.c?