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Nov
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comment Colour tail of Apache logs
Did you test it? IT doesn't output anything for me.
Aug
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comment Error starting postgresql server on ubuntu
I don't know off-hand. Try 644.
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Feb
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comment apache log analyzer with IP information is needed
Duplicate by same person: serverfault.com/questions/375794/…
Feb
25
comment A software to analyze Apache log is needed
Duplicate by same person: serverfault.com/questions/286342/…
Jul
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accepted Hardlink files not the same
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Oct
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accepted Bash: Execute piped lines from stdin
Oct
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comment Bash: Execute piped lines from stdin
I was posting the following edit to my question, but the answers came in so quickly I didn't get a chance. [Edit: I know that I can execute commands from within Python, but repeatedly calling popen or whatever seems less efficient than just executing a "script".] I wanted a quick and simple solution that allows me to run the Python script first to check that it's outputting the correct commands before piping it to bash, so the accepted solution above does exactly what I want.
Oct
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comment Bash: Execute piped lines from stdin
Thanks. I didn't know about using ;. Very useful to know.
Oct
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comment Bash: Execute piped lines from stdin
Thanks. I had no idea it was that simple, so I didn't bother to even try it first :)
Oct
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asked Bash: Execute piped lines from stdin
Oct
3
comment In bash how do you delete a partial word similar to ctrl-w
Various Emacs bindings do work in bash (terminator, gnome-terminal or xterm in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS), but M-Del doesn't (it returns ~3). Any ideas?
Sep
20
asked Scaling Python CGI scripts
Sep
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answered How to determine disc spindown time
Jul
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comment Emacs/tramp: sudo to root on localhost hangs after asking for password
Thanks -- this worked. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS with Emacs 23.1.1. Installed latest 2.1 tramp (2.1.19) and dependencies. My username on the remote machine is different to my local username so I used "USERNAME@%h" in your answer here: stackoverflow.com/questions/3465567/…
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