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revised How do I randomly sort groups of multiple lines in a multi-GB file?
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comment Win key replayed when focus changes from Windows to Ubuntu host
Updates: This bug is now marked as having "high importance" and a fix is scheduled for Compiz 0.9.9.2.
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comment Find pid of a certain ssh instance
Use ps axu | grep '[n]NCTR' to avoid the second grep. Better yet, use pgrep.
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comment flag to 'ps' command that can filter on arguments?
You mentioned you were keen on using ps and not pgrep so I was working on the assumption that you need some options that pgrep cannot offer. Hence my example which uses pgrep only for narrowing down the PIDs for ps. If you simply need the PIDs, ignore the ps bit.
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comment Unix weird directory
@JonathanLeffler Apologies, I misread your comment. No condescension intended.
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comment Unix weird directory
@JonathanLeffler I doubt such a directory would be there. The â appears to be a decoding error for quote chars. It shows up often enough as an output of wget -O /dev/null.
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comment Unix weird directory
"... via ftp from comand line (ssh)"? Do you mean sftp or scp? Perhaps it might help if you show the command you used?
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comment What is the best way/option to reinstall yum and rpm after a “yum remove python”?
Perhaps this might help: deadlockprocess.wordpress.com/2010/07/18/…