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Nov
12
comment Alternative to the tee command without STDOUT
Writing a script and deploying it to all the systems I work on is not exactly what I wanted, but until someone names an already existing tool, I think I'll go with your solution.
Nov
11
comment Alternative to the tee command without STDOUT
No, the > operator uses the current shell user to write to the file. This user hasn't got the neccessary permissions. cat is completely useless for that.
Nov
11
comment Alternative to the tee command without STDOUT
cat does not write to files by itself. And the > operator doesn't work as the files are not writable by my current user. So no, that doesn't help a bit. And please stop to completely alter your comment's meaning every 2 seconds. Make a new one instead.
Nov
11
revised Alternative to the tee command without STDOUT
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Nov
11
asked Alternative to the tee command without STDOUT
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Feb
24
accepted LANG and LANGUAGE environment variable in Debian based systems
Feb
22
comment LANG and LANGUAGE environment variable in Debian based systems
Where can I find documentation about LANGUAGE? Is it mutually exclusive to LC_MESSAGES?
Feb
21
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Nov
24
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Nov
21
asked Incorrect locale setting on Ubuntu with Gnome Shell
Nov
18
revised How can I set a minimum of workspaces which should always stay available in Gnome 3?
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Nov
17
asked How can I set a minimum of workspaces which should always stay available in Gnome 3?
Nov
16
accepted Is there an intuitive way to reopen Empathy's contact list?
Nov
16
comment Is there an intuitive way to reopen Empathy's contact list?
Not ideal indeed. But it helps a bit
Nov
16
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Nov
16
accepted Showing protocol specific mini icons for Jabber/XMPP gateway contacts