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Feb
23
comment Should I run my small website in port 80, 8080, or 81?
Why some 'attackers' will takes risks to (D)DoS a small website ?
Aug
25
comment VirtualBox doesn't boot vmdk disk
Can you explain if you have a solution ?
Jun
19
comment Unix - Searching for every file with a certain string in it
Have tou tried it ? It's recursive as well. No need a wildcard *, a dot . is sufficient (current dir)
Jun
15
comment Good way to display large text on the screen in Ubuntu?
Yes, I think you need python-qt4, tell me if I'm wrong.
Mar
21
comment Doubts in Grep to display file name along with content
The way to thanks here is to upvote/accept answers =)
Mar
21
comment Doubts in Grep to display file name along with content
Fixed typo in my response
Mar
18
comment How to run a script I wrote like a command?
Not everyone have source ~/.bash_aliases in ~/.bashrc
Mar
17
comment How to run a script I wrote like a command?
Fixed typo in post
Mar
17
comment Bash: accessing another users documents
@H2CO3, no, first the pattern, then the file...
Feb
22
comment Elementary Shell Script For Unix
Sounds like a homework
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
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
18
comment I just ran rm /* accidentally, any fix?
Yes, restore last backup...
Feb
17
comment csh -> bash, autostart .bashrc PCBSD (FREEBSD)
If you think that the answer is useful, you can 'upvote' it. If you think that the answer is well answerred, you can 'accept' it by clicking the outline of the checkmark (will be green), this way, people searching stackexchange website will known that the question is well answered. That's how stackechange websites works, thanks ;)
Dec
20
comment Mass file renaming in Bash but keeping a section of the file name
Thanks, post edited accordingly..
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Can you show us a little bit of search effort ? Google have tons of results for this kind of things :/ If it's really a homework, in 1 week you will forget all this stuff... Sniff.
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Be precise. Have you tested the 3 different versions ?
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Sorry, a quote forgotten =)
Dec
19
comment Output numbers from a file in a different order
Sure, I do it now