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Apr
8
comment How to list files older than a day with “2015” in filename?
Thank you Bodhi
Apr
8
comment How to list files older than a day with “2015” in filename?
You know what ? You are awesome.@Eliah Kagan
Apr
3
comment Set default folder for screenshots
askubuntu.com/questions/114429/…
Mar
29
comment How to clear system tray notification via command line
You want to see notifications ?
Mar
24
comment init.d script + upstart help/advice
As you know every process will have its pid and we can kill pid of your process too
Mar
24
comment init.d script + upstart help/advice
Yes @3kstc. Just place it under that
Mar
21
comment I finally got pptp working… but where insert command to autostart it?
Credit goes to All the linux sources.
Mar
19
comment Ubuntu server permissions issues
can you see your smb.conf configurations ?
Mar
19
comment Is there any way to execute a shell script whenever I open a terminal?
He must know about .bashrc file
Mar
16
comment Software RAID and Ubuntu 14.04.2
I am not thinking that this is the issue of spin down.
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
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
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
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.