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Mar
13
comment VLC bash transcoding script destination directory
@Dezmond: I think it is quite common for programs to fail if the path is not available. At least they should ask something like "The directory X does not exist, should it be created?" before doing it. That is the way e.g. Windows installers generally solve it; exactly how it is solved on a program to program basis varies.
Mar
12
answered VLC bash transcoding script destination directory
Mar
12
comment VLC bash transcoding script destination directory
Does the target directory exist? VLC will probably not automatically create it for you.
Mar
12
comment Bash Script to repeat every word in a line?
OK, you can classify my comment as language confusion :-) .
Mar
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Stop print driver from opening windows
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to access (In)Private Browsing/Incognito Mode in Metro IE/Firefox/Chrome?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Clickable URLs in PDF output created by Inkscape/SVG
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12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What files must be writable for a password change on a RHEL6 read-only file system?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Configure a Linksys WRT54G with dd-wrt for bridged client
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Dropbox install in VirtualBox Xubuntu
Mar
12
answered Print PDF as handout
Mar
12
answered VLC bash transcoding script output to file
Mar
12
comment Bash Script to repeat every word in a line?
echo is also a shell builtin in Bash (test type echo).
Mar
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on -Bitcasa: Steps to detect cause and solve slow upload speed
Mar
11
comment Changed the mode of /var on debian
Addition to the above comment: I noted that the accepted answer to the linked question that was at −6 is now deleted altogether.
Mar
10
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
10
comment Linux: delete all directories with only one file and no subdirectories
@SYNCRo: That seems like a reasonable addition for this functionality. See the updated answer for an approach.
Mar
10
revised Linux: delete all directories with only one file and no subdirectories
Added reverse loop.
Mar
10
answered Linux: delete all directories with only one file and no subdirectories
Mar
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Windows 7 install issues with 2x3TB in RAID1