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Dec
19
answered Find files then tar with wildcard
Dec
19
comment How to open a file in binary format.(1's & 0's)
I agree with this. Find something that deals with mostly Hex, binary for the few places where it makes a difference. You only want to deal with a few binary bytes, not a whole file.
Dec
10
answered Make Firefox /Chrome Dark
Dec
5
answered Where does ubuntu 14.04 drop core files?
Nov
18
answered Are mysql records able to be accessed through terminal navigation?
Oct
28
comment Display the PID with bash scripting
@ReinhardtRatkasvanRooyen is this on a Mac? My assumption was Linux, therefore gawk.
Oct
28
revised Display the PID with bash scripting
added 615 characters in body
Oct
28
answered Display the PID with bash scripting
Oct
27
comment Cannot find downloaded file after SFTP “get” command
Additionally, you can usually use ! in your ftp/sftp client to escape to the shell. !pwd and/or !ls would be particularly useful here.
Oct
27
revised .profile not running when I start a bash terminal
Fixed typo
Oct
26
comment Using the mv command with multiple wild cards
As @AFH said, isn't clear what you want. What's multiple wildcards? It may help to remember that mv never sees wildcards, the shell interprets them. What's the command line you want mv to see? Also, check up on extglob, it may help you. Here's a decent explanation of various globbing tools in bash. Wouldn't mv .../American\ Horror* ..../destdir do what you want?
Oct
22
comment Why does a router need to know the modem's static IP address?
My thoughts exactly. In fact you want this. If you have a static IP you don't want to futz around with a double NAT (one from router, one from modem)
Oct
14
reviewed Approve How to restart a router with curl or wget to pass URL as well as POST parameters?
Oct
13
comment Will Linux work correctly with full root partition?
@LuboSach there are user processes the write to /tmp and /var in normal processing. if /tmp is full, a lot of those normal processes don't run correctly, and your system suffers. You can't see this because mail is in /var and your warning "hey the system is hosed" emails don't happen :)
Oct
13
comment Apache Trying to Bind to 0.0.0.0:443
yep. Check to see if that is Included (either directly, or in a glob, you can do Include /dir/*.conf) in your current config.
Oct
13
comment Will Linux work correctly with full root partition?
I agree with @Hennes, is /tmp or /var on root? if so, you're in a lot of trouble. If not, you'll probably be fine.
Oct
13
comment Apache Trying to Bind to 0.0.0.0:443
443 is the https port, are you sure that you don't have any SSL config included? Apache installs tend to have a modular configuration - check to see if you Include something that has SSL.
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Sep
15
answered Access man page for package?