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accepted Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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answered Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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comment Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
@IVlint67 I've improved the question a little.
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revised Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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asked Is there a utility to read environment variables from an env file and then run a command (more lightweight than foreman)?
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revised How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
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revised How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
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comment How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
Plenty of options - thanks! I've taken the suggestion to use alias and added a specific example as another answer.
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answered How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
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asked How to stop bare bash cd (change directory command) from changing the working directory to $HOME?
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asked What is the simplest way to monitor log files for (a) string/regex matches AND (b) lack of output?
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accepted How to avoid repeating Allow/Deny access control statements across multiple Directory directives in Apache2 VirtualHosts?
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comment How to avoid repeating Allow/Deny access control statements across multiple Directory directives in Apache2 VirtualHosts?
But what if the <Directory> directives have no common parent folder?
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asked How to avoid repeating Allow/Deny access control statements across multiple Directory directives in Apache2 VirtualHosts?
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accepted Does a forward web proxy exist that checks and obeys robots.txt on remote domains?
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comment Does a forward web proxy exist that checks and obeys robots.txt on remote domains?
I agree when you look at it like that, but arguably it's an issue of terminology. So, as different model, define "crawler" to be a system of components - a forward web proxy and numerous agents behind it. The whole thing can be dubbed "a crawler" because that is what it looks like to the outside world. But now we can have multiple, probably heterogeneous requesting agents at the back and a single point at the front responsible for obeying remote policy (i.e. robots.txt). It's interesting!
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revised Does a forward web proxy exist that checks and obeys robots.txt on remote domains?
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