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Apr
10
answered Encrypt internet traffic with ssh
Apr
10
comment enabling sticky keys under xorg (awesome desktop manager)
What is "sticky keys"?
Apr
10
comment How can I do a bulk caller ID lookup (reverse phone lookup) on a list of phone numbers?
This is very dependent on country and what telephone service and search providers are available for you. Where I'm from there are several easy ways to do this, e.g. by giving the number as an URL parameter to a certain number search page and parsing the result, which probably is what you want to do, but as I said: it is fully dependent on location.
Apr
10
answered Use different shell for scp
Apr
10
answered What's is the equivalent of down-pane command in tmux 1.4
Apr
10
revised What should I consider when deciding on how to manage huge personal data?
Cleaned up after the mod edit.
Apr
8
answered How to view current Apache log files in browser?
Apr
8
comment Changing default apache web directories
@RCola: Ubuntu is based on Debian, and thus inherits more or less all its workflows. EDIT: I skip the rest of my Debian/Ubuntu centric comment since the answer was simultaneously updated with the same info :-) .
Apr
8
comment Bash script with grep -w
You should rephrase your original question to specify that the problem has to do with UTF-8 specific characters. Also, look at "EDIT4" in my answer below where I use sed to work around the problem.
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
Added sed solution.
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
Added Perl remark
Apr
8
comment Bash script with grep -w
@NewBo: Yes, it sounds like it treats the ä as a word delimiter. It is most likely a UTF-8 issue. The easiest fix is probably to abandon grep for Perl in this case.
Apr
8
comment Bash script with grep -w
@NewBo: Post a minimal text file in your original question which exhibits the behavior you say.
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
Added second demonstration with tag delimiters
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
edited tags
Apr
8
comment Bash script with grep -w
OSX could very well be relevant. Have you looked at the manual for grep on your system? Is -w described? Otherwise, you can exchange -w in for '\<in\>', as was trying to be described in the now deleted answer. It could also be some strange unicode error on OSX, but try the above first.
Apr
8
comment Can I set-up a proxy server within a LAN?
Does it have to explicitly be a proxy? It sounds like you are describing a regular NAT router.
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
edited tags
Apr
8
revised Bash script with grep -w
Added demonstrative example
Apr
8
answered urxvt: How to switch among tabs like other emultaors?