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answered 14.04 kate editor does not show any plugins
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comment Browsing the internet from the command line
@Arc676 You could try the html2text program to interpret tags and convert them to text (installable from the repos, manual page.
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comment What files and directories can be excluded from a backup of the home directory?
HEAD and master both do not work, but this link is valid: wget https://gist.githubusercontent.com/rubo77/8ffaadbc58ab099d2bc3/raw/ignorelist
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comment Can I create a shell variable accessible everywhere in the system?
@daltonfury42 You will run into issues when you have multiple writers. What kind of application are you trying to make? Depending on your task, you might want to rewrite it such that it becomes a long running process. Alternatively, create a single consumer daemon that takes the results from your producer script. Finally, you can try to use a database such as PostgreSQL. You still need to think about concurrency handling, how do you merge changes?
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answered Can I create a shell variable accessible everywhere in the system?
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revised How to copy one file to multiple filenames?
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answered How to authenticate myself as root over rsync+ssh into a remote server?
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comment Problem with mon0 interface
Instead of disabling Network Manager completely, one could also set unmanaged-devices=interface-name:wlan0;interface-name:mon0 (or unmanaged-devices=mac:11:22:33:44:55:66 for a hw addr). This can be changed in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf under section keyfile. See also man NetworkManager.conf.
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