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Mar
7
awarded  Strunk & White
Mar
7
revised How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
better title question
Mar
7
suggested approved edit on How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
Mar
7
comment Using last part of command for next command
beautiful if you ask me
Mar
7
revised How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
changed formatting
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7
suggested approved edit on How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
Mar
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revised How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
added sources + example
Mar
7
answered How can I recover from chmod -R a-wrx / command?
Mar
7
comment I lost my Admin password and i need to find out what it is
this sounds like somebody trying to get into someone else's computer ;)
Mar
7
comment Is there an offline Google docs app?
you are looking for something like Google Drive, right?
Mar
6
revised Does bumblebee configure your xserver to use the dedicated GPU?
mistake in title
Mar
6
suggested approved edit on Does bumblebee configure your xserver to use the dedicated GPU?
Mar
6
revised Bash script not executing from crontab
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revised Bash script not executing from crontab
added explanation
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Could you try whether simple setting it to PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin already does the trick? Now I'm wondering... I moved the comment to an answer.
Mar
6
answered Bash script not executing from crontab
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
did you try using PATH?
Mar
6
comment Changing to a lower screen resolution
Look into xrandr on Ask Ubuntu
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Or could you try changing the shebang to #!/bin/sh?
Mar
6
comment Bash script not executing from crontab
Could it be that you need to give your cron a PATH? For instance: SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin In your case, try putting: SHELL=/bin/sh PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/home/srvlinux01/MySQLBackups/ before your command.