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Mar
19
comment Is there any way to execute a shell script whenever I open a terminal?
He must know about .bashrc file
Mar
19
answered Is there any way to execute a shell script whenever I open a terminal?
Mar
18
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
16
comment Software RAID and Ubuntu 14.04.2
I am not thinking that this is the issue of spin down.
Mar
13
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
12
comment using watch run 2 commands
Hey you sure they will work ? because when execute I am getting some permission denied error" df: `/usr/raja/hostctrl/new': Permission denied "
Mar
12
comment using watch run 2 commands
Thanks Oli. actually office PC so not daring to do experiments. so posted here for sure solution. Thank you.
Mar
12
asked using watch run 2 commands
Mar
10
comment Extract part of a line upto a particular string
@muru Let my try all the commands at home PC , office PC I cant do all this.
Mar
10
comment Extract part of a line upto a particular string
This looks very promising to me
Mar
10
comment Extract part of a line upto a particular string
awesome but I would love that if its in bash.
Mar
10
comment Extract part of a line upto a particular string
I just wanted the total part but only upto bin/ ... I dont want whats there after bin/... and sometimes no guarantee that /bin/opt just, it may be /bin/opt/some/part. Please consider this case too
Mar
10
asked Extract part of a line upto a particular string
Mar
10
comment nslookup returns name along with address.in-addr.arpa in suffix
Then we may be we cant help you much. lets wait n see. Hope somebody will help you.
Mar
10
comment nslookup returns name along with address.in-addr.arpa in suffix
Give us the zone files , so that we can see brother
Mar
10
comment nslookup returns name along with address.in-addr.arpa in suffix
Reverse DNS ? May be
Mar
10
revised run command on only local mount points
added 163 characters in body
Mar
10
comment run command on only local mount points
@RegisteredUser - " find . -type f -size +10M -exec ls -ltrh {} \; " this is the command I use to filter 10 M files but just dont want to include mount point named as /nfs and all its sub dir's.
Mar
8
comment run command on only local mount points
Nfs mounted at /nfs mount point
Mar
8
comment run command on only local mount points
I m using find command