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May
28
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
16
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
1
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May
1
revised Find recursively a directory and remove it
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May
1
comment Find recursively a directory and remove it
The original did not have echo. FWIW.
May
1
answered Find recursively a directory and remove it
Apr
27
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
25
answered Bash change user info (like usermod) but without root privileges
Apr
15
comment Modifying /etc/hosts Causing internet problems
Do you control your DNS? Can you you not create aliases there?
Apr
1
comment Is my UNIX command du failing?
. == all of the current directory + hidden files or directories.
Mar
24
answered Single “find” command with multiple arguments?
Mar
2
comment how to change the maximum number of fork process by user in linux
@vonbrand - absolutely. You should post this as the answer with possible things to check. +1
Feb
14
comment What method executes on bash exit via CTRL-D?
NOTE: returning weird characters on exit instead of numbers may result in some other scripts failing when they are not supposed to. exit [number] makes the return value available to the parent. The parent calls wait or waitpid to interpret the result of the child process's exit. This interpretation is based on the lowest eight bits of the return value. exit 0 is success, exit non-zero is considered some kind of failure. Or possibly a warning.
Feb
4
comment rm: .filename not removed: Disc quota exceeded
You can actually use disk in the sense that you have to write to a directory when you call unlink - the syscall rm uses. Over quota means no write access.
Feb
1
answered bg command seems not to behave
Feb
1
answered recover removed file in unix
Jan
31
answered Linux Remote Server Workspace is too busy and nonresponsive?
Jan
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Jan
4
answered How do I view the OS installation date on Solaris 10?
Jan
4
comment Why a command launched with nohup isn't able to write file after user logout?
Daniel is talking about autofs - mounting your home directory only when you are logged on. There is no simple workaround for your problem except to ensure you have at least one current interactive process on the box. Create a separate "dummy" session, for example. Or write to files in a known directory like /tmp that does not vanish.