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Mar
17
comment Bash: accessing another users documents
@H2CO3, no, first the pattern, then the file...
Mar
13
answered how to combine contents of 2 txt files in unix..i know the cat command can do this but how?
Feb
27
answered Deleting multiple files in terminal
Feb
25
revised Is there a way to get NFS to refresh its reverse lookup without restarting it?
typo corrected
Feb
25
suggested approved edit on Is there a way to get NFS to refresh its reverse lookup without restarting it?
Feb
23
answered Is there `top` for disk usage
Feb
22
revised How to restore Unix terminal
added 72 characters in body
Feb
22
answered How to restore Unix terminal
Feb
22
comment Elementary Shell Script For Unix
Sounds like a homework
Feb
21
awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
revised Get Directory/file structure without payload
added 2 characters in body
Feb
20
answered Get Directory/file structure without payload
Feb
20
comment Get Directory/file structure without payload
Better gives sample inputs/outputs
Feb
20
comment Equivalents for .bat files for starting a jar file
Not recognize as default on windows for sure.
Feb
20
revised Equivalents for .bat files for starting a jar file
added 29 characters in body
Feb
20
answered Equivalents for .bat files for starting a jar file
Feb
20
comment prevent automatic deletion of /etc/hosts entry
Try this : cp -a /etc/hosts /etc/hosts_20130220, rm -f /etc/hosts, you will see immediately ;) ( or just try to modify the file )
Feb
20
answered prevent automatic deletion of /etc/hosts entry
Feb
18
comment I just ran rm /* accidentally, any fix?
Yes, restore last backup...
Feb
17
comment csh -> bash, autostart .bashrc PCBSD (FREEBSD)
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