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Nearly sophisticated. Keeps a good beat.


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comment Mac OSX Mavericks Upgrade Selectively Clears /usr/local/bin
See apple.stackexchange.com/questions/123900/…
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comment with a shell script, it is possible to tell when it's run with cron vs run manually?
I had identical need and the first search result was this question. I ♥ teh internets (and Stack Exchange).
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comment What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
re: Drawing Program. I contacted Michael. He said: "I used OmniGraffle (sadly, only available on OS X) for that diagram. Since then I've started to use Google Draw for simple diagrams (on Linux, the available options are less than optimal)." -- hope that helps.
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comment What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
@Frank I am not the creator of said image and I may be a bad person for not making explicit attribution to its source from the referenced article by Michael Jakl. As such I don't know how it was created, but will ask.
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answered What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
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comment manipulation of mac os x installation package on debian linux
@NightRider If your package is for an open source project, they do offer free licenses goo.gl/rGFmI. Otherwise, I agree, it isn't cheap.
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answered IP address of Unix machine?
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comment manipulation of mac os x installation package on debian linux
I'm baffled why the question ended up on superuser instead of serverfault.com or even SO as the solution will definitely involve programming.
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answered manipulation of mac os x installation package on debian linux
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comment unix how to find the space occupied
@thejh. My words lie, the command does not. I shall correct. Thank you!
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answered unix how to find the space occupied
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comment Tar xvzf question
/usr/bin/file is your friend. When a program is having trouble with an input file, try file GeoIP.dat to see if it is what you think it is.