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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-25-2018
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Posted By Neo
OK. Thanks for the feedback. Done... ...
OK. Thanks for the feedback. Done...

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jQuery(".neo-threadbit").hover(function(){
jQuery(this).css({"cursor":"pointer"});
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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-25-2018
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Posted By vgersh99
I like the dea, but tend to agree with CarloM -...
I like the dea, but tend to agree with CarloM - the display does look too "busy" for my taste.
Also I couldn't find a way to "collapse" the expanded threads to get tot a "minimalistic" display.
How...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-29-2018
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Posted By Neo
New Code Tags (Syntax Highlighting)
Hey,

Just added a new UserCP option so you can change the code tags to look like the code tags in this example (turn this on and off):

Note: I set the default to "SyntaxHighlighting" for...
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Posted By ctsgnb
$(< file ) and $( cat file )
What is the difference between $(< filename ) and $( cat filename ) ? :rolleyes:
Or should i ask ... are they equivalent ?
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Posted By Don Cragun
This is cute... There is a comment in the...
This is cute...

There is a comment in the POSIX Standard's rationale for the simple commands section of the shell command language description that says:

But, I don't see anything in the...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-11-2017
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Posted By RavinderSingh13
Congratulations Corona688 for reaching to landmark of 4000+ THANKS
Hello All,

Let's join our hands together to appreciate Corona688 for completing and reaching to the landmark of 4000+ THANKS. I do want to appreciate Corona688 on behalf of everyone here in forum...
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Posted By Don Cragun
I agree with what Aia said, but there are cases...
I agree with what Aia said, but there are cases where adding a "/." (or just "/") to the end of a pathname that is supposed to be a directory can be helpful. For example, with the command:
mv...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-25-2015
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Posted By Peasant
You missed the greatest point in my opinion,...
You missed the greatest point in my opinion, passion and love for the work being done.

It is the irrational thing that drives people. If you lack passion for the job you will do it poorly, no...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-26-2015
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Posted By bakunin
Yes - it is the desired outcome. In fact for...
Yes - it is the desired outcome.

In fact for some (in a historical sense short) time the IT business was ruled by the witch doctors and not the serfs. This time seems to be over by now and the...
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Posted By bakunin
This is a bit unintuitive, but in fact it comes...
This is a bit unintuitive, but in fact it comes from the structure of the filesystem itself. Filesystems in UNIX (any UNIX filesystem i know so far) rely on "inodes", which hold the files metadata...
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Posted By Don Cragun
The standards require that "standard utilities"...
The standards require that "standard utilities" have to be available as stand-alone utilities so you do things like:
find dir -exec utility arg... \;
The only utilities defined by the standards...
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Posted By Don Cragun
Robin is correct. It all depends on what...
Robin is correct. It all depends on what resolves means. And, the standards lawyers love stuff like this. And, the text agenda.kgb quoted:

is the key here. If the function you're using is...
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Posted By Scrutinizer
Actually you can replace those as well (but then...
Actually you can replace those as well (but then the first delimiter needs to be escaped with a backslash):
$ PMTargetFilePath=/foo/bar
$ echo '<ATTRIBUTE NAME ="Output file directory" VALUE...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 03-05-2015
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Posted By wisecracker
Analogue or Digital... (A Poem).
Hi all...

I wrote this poem 10 years ago, thought you all might like it...

Analogue or Digital.

I decided to nip this in the bud,
Before it comes to court m'lud,
Digital or analogue I...
Forum: War Stories 02-06-2015
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Posted By rbatte1
Nearest I get is gerp. I'm forever typing it. I...
Nearest I get is gerp. I'm forever typing it. I don't know why.
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Posted By RudiC
Ranges in "bracket expressions" in regexes need...
Ranges in "bracket expressions" in regexes need to be defined using the lower bound first, then the upper. Upper case characters have lower ASCII values than have lower cases, so your range above was...
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Posted By RudiC
Try [A-Za-z]*
Try [A-Za-z]*
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Posted By MadeInGermany
Tip: file_exists function
Often a wildcard test on files is needed.
Because test -f ... or [ -f ... ] have problems with zero or many arguments, and even [[ -f ... ]] has problems, and I have seen some ugly work-arounds,...
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Posted By jay11789
Of course..... Here is what I finally came...
Of course.....

Here is what I finally came up with, its a bit long, but the results were what I was looking for....

cat test1 | sed 's/[[^\t]*/" "&/7' | sed 's/^/homeDnModify "/g' | sed 's/$/"...
Forum: Solaris 09-27-2014
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Posted By jim mcnamara
Solaris bash vulnerability update
The patch blog has:

https://blogs.oracle.com/patch/entry/solaris_idrs_available_on_mos

information on dealing with bash 'shellshock' vulnerability.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-10-2014
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Posted By bakunin
The Router God
It is not exactly our scope but a bit of networking knowledge is becoming for any Sysadmin - and, btw., it is a very funny read either:

The Router God (http://www.routergod.com)

Especially the...
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Posted By Perderabo
Well, see this thread...
Well, see this thread (https://www.unix.com/tips-and-tutorials/36711-whole-story-usr-bin-ksh.html) especially "Part 2 The Format of the #! Line"
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Posted By jgt
Sh vs bash
I don't know if this is an anomaly or by design.

bash-3.2# cat t
#!/bin/sh
wc -l wpd*.prg >wc.out ...
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Posted By Perderabo
See this thread...
See this thread (https://www.unix.com/unix-for-advanced-and-expert-users/243903-dot-sourcing-differences-ksh-aix-vs-linux-vs-solaris.html)
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Posted By Don Cragun
Note that with either find ... -exec ... + or...
Note that with either find ... -exec ... + or with xargs, if only one matching file is found or if there are enough matching files to invoke grep multiple times and the last invocation only passes...
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