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Mar
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comment Lightweight alternative to R for RHEL?
hehe... don't you mean for the pain of it!? awk, for the masochist in you! :P
Mar
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revised Lightweight alternative to R for RHEL?
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Mar
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answered Lightweight alternative to R for RHEL?
Mar
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revised How to keep Rsync from chown'ing transfered files?
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Mar
6
comment SSH X11 not working
-nolisten has nothing to do with this problem. As far as X is concerned it knows nothing about your remote ssh connection. To X it looks like any other local program.
Mar
6
comment SSH X11 not working
I added a new UPDATED section asking for more info to help debug this further.
Mar
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Mar
6
comment Resetting SP password using jumper P20 doesn't work on Sun Fire x4600 M2
@JourneymanGeek Surely it could be worse... s/Sun/Oracle/g
Mar
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Mar
5
answered SSH X11 not working
Mar
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revised How to keep Rsync from chown'ing transfered files?
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Feb
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revised Change a non-striped LVM LV into a striped LV
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Feb
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Feb
29
answered How to keep Rsync from chown'ing transfered files?
Feb
28
revised Resetting SP password using jumper P20 doesn't work on Sun Fire x4600 M2
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Feb
28
revised Sort a list of domain names (FQDNs) starting from tld and working left
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Feb
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revised Sort a list of domain names (FQDNs) starting from tld and working left
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Feb
28
comment Sort a list of domain names (FQDNs) starting from tld and working left
Do you have timing information for this sort? I'm curious to see how this compares to @Mark-Henderson's PowerShell implementation, as well as my Python implementation. I used /usr/bin/time -v for the elapsed time and max memory stats.