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comment Live (e)grepping on a file
Something that allows me to select a single file, add egreps as separate patterns, turn some on and off and see how it changes the result. It needs to be easy to use, not a script that I edit again and again.
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comment Live (e)grepping on a file
Thanks for the help, but not what I'm looking for.
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comment Live (e)grepping on a file
No, it's highly dynamic. I need to be able to add greps, turn some on/off, etc.
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asked Live (e)grepping on a file
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May
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comment Setting up a virtual, bridged, NIC in Windows
Quite complex, is there one that doesn't involve coding?
May
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comment Setting up a virtual, bridged, NIC in Windows
Have a Softphone (VoIP) app that needs to use a separate IP from the rest of the computer.
May
31
asked Setting up a virtual, bridged, NIC in Windows
Sep
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accepted Is it possible to run a bash script in a sort of sandbox?
Sep
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comment Is it possible to run a bash script in a sort of sandbox?
Fantastic, exactly what we needed.
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Sep
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asked Is it possible to run a bash script in a sort of sandbox?
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accepted How do I find out which files were used in insmod in Linux?
Sep
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comment How do I find out which files were used in insmod in Linux?
Well, according to the FAQ it should be the "most helpful" answer.
Sep
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comment How do I find out which files were used in insmod in Linux?
Thank you for this. We'll find another solution. In accordance with this site's regulations, is an answer which says "that's not possible" considered to be a good answer to a question (if it's a true answer?
Sep
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comment How do I find out which files were used in insmod in Linux?
I come from a Windows background - where such files are normally easy to identify and usually locked for access (moving, renaming, etc.). Does the kernel hold any file descriptors to the files it loaded (after loading them)? Or maybe logs by default which files were loaded and under what names?
Sep
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comment How do I find out which files were used in insmod in Linux?
@Gilles And that exactly is the situation here, so after testing what @BloodPhilia suggested we're still without an answer.