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comment module unload vs module load
You say "I have puts "thingA"" -- where do you have that?
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comment module unload vs module load
It's really unclear what you're asking. When should the thing be printed? Since apparently "modules" updates your shell, do you want echo $something to print your thing?
May
21
comment Finding files which contain a certain string using find (1) and grep (1)
the find|grep pipeline outputs filenames, so: sed '...' $(find ... | xargs grep -l ...)
May
14
comment equivalent of iptables rule in ip6tables
You might want to ask on serverfault.com
Apr
23
comment How to get Fish shell and NVM both installed with Homebrew to work together?
You have to either wrap nvm or create /usr/local/opt/nvm/nvm.fish. fish is a different language than sh, so you have to do something to get nvm to emit fish syntax
Apr
23
answered Run git command from an external directory in fish function
Apr
23
revised UNIX, how to compare and transfer values between two text file
rework based on new information
Apr
22
answered UNIX, how to compare and transfer values between two text file
Apr
22
comment UNIX, how to compare and transfer values between two text file
Are your input files tab separated, or are they fixed-width fields? The spaces in the function text will complicate things.
Apr
22
comment Ask Firefox to export current Bookmarks to Json in CMD line
The bookmarks appear to be stored in 4jrnk45.default\places.sqlite, so you could generate the data with an SQL query. and then format it into JSON. Does not answer your question though.
Apr
22
answered No path, or command history through SSH when logged in to server as someone other than root
Apr
19
comment Redirect stderr to second terminal / tty
You might want to ask this on stackoverflow: you'll get more eyes on the question.
Apr
17
comment Why does sudo -n on Mac OS X always return 0?
My first reaction is "Of course behaviour may differ by OS." The GNU folks and the BSD folks are under no obligation to agree with each other. The "official" answer will have to be: check the man pages.
Apr
16
comment Execute a .sh file from the desktop in intervalls
lots of tutorials out there. google it
Apr
16
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Apr
16
comment Execute a .sh file from the desktop in intervalls
Also, set up ssh public keys so you don't need to hardcode your password anywhere
Apr
16
comment Execute a .sh file from the desktop in intervalls
It sounds like you need an every-minute cronjob on your local system that logs in to your remote box and just executes the program. Don't try to reimplement cron.
Apr
15
answered sending GREP command fails
Apr
15
comment sending GREP command fails
Does the contents of $val end with a \r? Are you reading from a file that had DOS line endings?
Apr
14
answered SSH-AGENT could not open connection