glenn jackman

Ottawa, Canada

Developer at Pythian.
Big Tcl and Perl fan.
Enjoy Ruby and JavaScript too.

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answered fmt with Multiple Columns
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comment How can I redirect debug information to a text file in an expect script?
D'oh! thanks for the catch
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revised How can I redirect debug information to a text file in an expect script?
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comment Shell scripting, search and replace by a variable
also prevents any conceivable sql injection
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comment Launch two xterm and ssh into servers automatically
add that as an answer: deserves votes
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revised How can I redirect debug information to a text file in an expect script?
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comment get var name interpolated when evaluating splatter Tcl
@user1455003, no, subst is quite valid.
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comment Launch two xterm and ssh into servers automatically
Note, you must quote your password everywhere: "$password"
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment Launch two xterm and ssh into servers automatically
need more details for q4: you mean on the remote shell session, you want to cd to some dir and then continue in the interactive shell?
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answered Launch two xterm and ssh into servers automatically
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comment Linux shell scripting: Is it possible to modify the variable sent as parameter to a function?
Heh, saw your comment after my edit.
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answered Linux shell scripting: Is it possible to modify the variable sent as parameter to a function?
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answered How can I redirect debug information to a text file in an expect script?
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comment get var name interpolated when evaluating splatter Tcl
You don't need a proc for this: just to it in the current level: uplevel 0 $p
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comment Nmap runs slower as root than normal user
I'm aware. This makes the links obvious for other readers looking for answers or thinking about answering
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answered Print text value from xml using sed
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comment Nmap runs slower as root than normal user
copied from stackoverflow stackoverflow.com/q/27568826/7552
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