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Oct
21
comment start-stop-daemon works at command line but doesn't work in /etc/init.d script
@daramarak neglect on my part. Marked now, thanks for the prod.
Oct
21
accepted start-stop-daemon works at command line but doesn't work in /etc/init.d script
Oct
7
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
19
accepted Ctrl-C'd an in-place recursive gzip - is this likely to have broken anything?
Aug
19
comment Ctrl-C'd an in-place recursive gzip - is this likely to have broken anything?
Great answer, in terms of explanation and also because it's the one i wanted to hear :) thanks!
Aug
19
asked Ctrl-C'd an in-place recursive gzip - is this likely to have broken anything?
Aug
18
comment Finding other computers on network over command line
This is anything but quick, for me...
Jul
11
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
8
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
1
awarded  Famous Question
Jun
5
awarded  Popular Question
May
13
awarded  Yearling
Apr
28
accepted Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
Apr
28
comment Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
Perfect - thanks!
Apr
28
asked Grep with string comparison: return only lines “higher than” a timestamp
Apr
16
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
16
accepted Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
Apr
16
comment Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
@linuxdev2013 - starting it with "less -F <file>" doesn't work for me. @Nikolai - shift&f is perfect, thanks! If you want to make that an answer i'll mark it as correct. (btw, in case anyone else is reading, to get out of forwarding mode, it's ctrl&c, or whatever your regular cancel/interrupt keycode is.
Apr
16
comment Linux command line log viewer which allows auto tail AND searching?
Simple command, thanks