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comment Gitlab rpm version
Thanks for the explanation. This question had occurred, because it is mentioned in the upgrade page: # CentOS: sudo rpm -Uvh gitlab-x.x.x_xxx.rpm source. I will try to use repository as you suggested following this manual
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comment Gitlab rpm version
@EEAA Thanks for the tip. I thought it could be some general rpm naming convention. Like el6 for CentOS 6.
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comment bash function - why doesn't it work
In fact, yes. I've marked places to rewrite. Your advice is a good step further. To understand, who it works, you can read about Command substitution.
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comment Find and copy all images preserving the folder structure
ASFAIK, no. There is no such option. I'm sorry. I missed file in pipe of your command. There might be a workaround. I will check it later.
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comment Find and copy all images preserving the folder structure
It will also work perfect with sudo command. Your initial version can have problems with it. Thanks to @joseph-larson for the note.
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