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If you didn't write the child scripts and have no control over there content, there may be no way to do what you want here. You get insight into the scripts you call directly by calling them with bash -x <scriptname> instead of relying on their executable bit. If you do have control of the content, consider using an environment variable to indicate ...


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You can use eapol_test, which is part of the wpa_supplicant package. You need to download the source code and compile it with make eapol_test (it's not built by default). It should work at least on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X (not advertised as much, but I could compile and use it on the latter). You create a configuration file (some examples here, but I ...


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1: (Don't know yet) 2: You can configure Jest to retry Elasticsearch operations which fail with network errors like: new JestClientFactory() { @Override protected HttpClientBuilder configureHttpClient(HttpClientBuilder builder) { builder = super.configureHttpClient(builder); // See ...



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