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bio website aishack.in
location Chennai, India
age 24
visits member for 3 years
seen Feb 24 at 15:26

Interested in artificial intelligence. Works with several languages and technologies to create new things.


Feb
22
comment Limiting desktop size in Linux
Using ObjectDock on windows certainly fixed the problem. Need to figure out linux now.
Feb
20
comment Limiting desktop size in Linux
Thanks @techie007, I've edited the question to be linux-only now.
Feb
20
revised Limiting desktop size in Linux
Made this a linux only question
Feb
20
asked Limiting desktop size in Linux
Nov
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
26
accepted Using standard unix commands, how do you grab a bunch of lines?
Jul
19
revised Using standard unix commands, how do you grab a bunch of lines?
edited body
Jul
19
comment Using standard unix commands, how do you grab a bunch of lines?
@Tim: My example suggests that it should always start with 'name' - that's not the case... I'll update my example.
Jul
18
asked Using standard unix commands, how do you grab a bunch of lines?
Jul
3
comment Identifying files that changed in the last hour
Running 'find' locally is fine - I tried this on the NFS around here - but it took quite a while - ~5-7 minutes.
Jul
2
asked Identifying files that changed in the last hour
May
13
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
21
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
10
awarded  Yearling
Feb
28
comment How do I check if someone is logged on a remote machine?
That's perfect. Thank you!
Feb
28
accepted How do I check if someone is logged on a remote machine?
Feb
28
comment How do I check if someone is logged on a remote machine?
That looks good! I'm assuming you need to ssh into the machine first - and then run 'who' - is that correct? Or can I use 'who' (or some other incarnation of it) locally and check the status on remote machines?
Feb
28
asked How do I check if someone is logged on a remote machine?
Jan
6
awarded  Custodian
Jan
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Force particular Java version in particular directory