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Dec
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comment My group (according to /bin/id) has rw access to a Char device but access is denied
Have you tried the newgrp graphics command to change your default group?
Oct
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comment crontab does not lauch
cron jobs do not normally have a /dev/tty, a controlling terminal. That is the error you are seeing. Chris gave you a link to the answer. +1
Sep
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answered Reviewing permissions on dir/files recursively by exception
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comment SSH private Keys
Are you counting the contents of ./ssh/authorized_keys? Those are public keys.
Jul
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answered isainfo “-k” vs “-n” option
Jun
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revised Linux, Unix, Windows… Is access/modify time relative to system time?
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answered Linux, Unix, Windows… Is access/modify time relative to system time?
May
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comment profiling file reading speed via /dev/null?
I would look at your /src/myprogram rather than bash not doing what you think it is doing. /dev/null is a kernel device, I/O to it is as fast as I/O can get on your system. Please post your code if you want help.
May
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comment How to solve “the system is running in low graphics mode” in ubuntu 12.04?
This really belongs on superuser or serverfault. It is not a programming question.
May
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comment Connecting ssh from ubuntu
This belongs on superuser. IUf you want a good answer
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revised Find recursively a directory and remove it
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May
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comment Find recursively a directory and remove it
The original did not have echo. FWIW.
May
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answered Find recursively a directory and remove it
Apr
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comment one sudo for multiple terminals
@chepner - I do not see how that could happen, unless the user entered directly went into a child process that somehow became a session leader, as in daemonizing.
Apr
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answered Bash change user info (like usermod) but without root privileges
Apr
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comment Modifying /etc/hosts Causing internet problems
Do you control your DNS? Can you you not create aliases there?
Apr
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comment Is my UNIX command du failing?
. == all of the current directory + hidden files or directories.