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Apr
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awarded  bash
Apr
16
revised Most efficient way of launching and separating a program from the terminal?
typo
Apr
16
answered Most efficient way of launching and separating a program from the terminal?
Apr
15
comment If-then in script
You need to quote "$1" inside brackets: test your script with no arguments to see why.
Apr
11
awarded  Guru
Apr
10
comment Running a bash script on “Switch User”?
You can still "automount", but each user has his own mountpoint. Then it doesn't matter if you switch users because A and B no longer clash. Unless your tools hardcode a single mountpoint, in which case you're screwed.
Apr
10
comment Running a bash script on “Switch User”?
Sounds like you need a separate mount point for each user. You have to handle multiple users logged in somehow.
Apr
10
comment Running a bash script on “Switch User”?
This sounds unnecessarily complicated. Can you not mount it rw for everybody?
Apr
10
answered Timing limiter for execution of commands in Bash/Shell Script
Apr
9
comment Is it possible to open a terminal in the current directory?
"synchronized" would be a better word here
Apr
9
awarded  shell-scripting
Apr
8
comment how to stop using export command
That's OK. All that means is that this is the first time you have customized your shell.
Apr
8
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
8
comment Bash Script does not work?
This does not address the actual problem in the script.
Apr
8
comment Bash Script does not work?
You realize grep, by default, shows you lines that match, right?
Apr
8
comment When to use () vs. {} in bash?
Using the local keyword goes a long way to cleaning up that pollution.
Apr
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
7
revised When to use () vs. {} in bash?
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Apr
7
answered When to use () vs. {} in bash?
Apr
7
comment Reverse sed's/regexes' pattern-matching priority order
This is shell glob patterns, not regexes, but they are fairly comprehensive