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answered Fedora 20 crashes momentarily on every boot, but system still running
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comment Attach - Detach
please reformat the output so it's readable. Can you add details on how the data is copied? Which tool/commands are used? How is it scheduled or triggered? Could it be you are already connected to the screen session and as such cannot attach to the session a second time?
Nov
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comment Removing a Redirect Virus from Fedora Linux
can you try with a new profile? Or even a different user? Are you using a wired connection or wifi? If wifi: do any other devices suffer the same problem? In that case the problem might be with the access point instead. Please run rpm -Va and check it's output to see if any files were modified.
Nov
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comment sh script cannot run process
Why would this be better than the OP's solution? fully qualifying like the OP did is better practice than "assuming" your cd worked. The only reason I see why this might work is if the CCcam app is depending on something else and uses relative paths.
Nov
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comment The equivalent of start-stop-daemon for RedHat 6
for RHEL6 you will need to create and install a traditional sysV init script. Then you can user /etc/init.d/play stop/start or /sbin/service stop/start play etc. and /sbin/chkconfig play on/off to enable/disable it at boot time.
Nov
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comment 'user is not in the sudoers file' but actually is
What does "sudo -U benny -l" return when run as root? I suspect a typo or something similar in the sudoers file. Also is there anything in /etc/sudoers.d?
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comment How to get the time information of the files after find | grep keyword command?
And to elaborate on this the "-ls" option of find gives you an ls like output which might already show you what you need. And if that doesn't work an alternative to find ... -exec is to use xargs. The advantage of xargs is that the results of find are passed to a single instance of the command which is often better for performance. Example: find ./ -name 'tutorial' -print0 | xargs -0 du
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comment self-deleting shell script
@RFH: this is not an answer to this specific question but can perhaps help you solve the problem in a different way. If you're trying to manage the configuration of a set of servers you may want to look into a proper configuration management tool like puppet (puppetlabs.com), cfengine (cfengine.com), salt (saltstack.com), etc. Those tools not only can do the initial setup but they can guarantee that the configuration remains correct afterwards.
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comment self-deleting shell script
@TranSonHai: Sorry if you're irritated by the answer. But I honestly believe that in many cases this approach is very useful for users facing a similar problem.
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answered KeePass wildcard in url
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