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As a polyglot programmer, I always choose the best language or technology for the task I wish to accomplish. I'm never afraid to learn new things for a project.


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comment Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
To everyone who's closed this question as a duplicate: Thanks. I very much appreciate the link for more information, and would never have found that answer myself.
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comment Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
I just wish the error message was a little friendlier and told me which file it couldn't find so I wouldn't have had to ask this question in the first place...
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comment Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
That explains it, thanks.
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accepted Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
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comment Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
No, 64-bit. Linux koandev 3.11.0-14-generic #21-Ubuntu SMP Tue Nov 12 17:04:55 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
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comment Explaining “-bash: No such file or directory”
Interesting. This sounds right, but ldd doesn't help, it just says: adsd: not a dynamic executable
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comment What keeps creating the ~/Snapshots directory?
@kolypto: Nope. I stopped using Linux as my main OS after a couple of months though, and that got rid of it :P
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comment How to clear bash history completely?
Why do you need /dev/null there? Wouldn't > ~/.bash_hstory be enough?
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comment Are world-writable folders safe?
@JorgeCastro: Thanks, although that thread doesn't explain anything I didn't know. Yes, 777 means anyone with access to the filesystem can create and execute a script. But is that exploitable to cause a security problem? Wouldn't someone with access to the filesystem be able to do that even without my 777 directory?
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comment Are world-writable folders safe?
I didn't know about the sticky bit, that's actually very helpful. Thanks.
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