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Backing up and restoring BIG-IP configuration files (11.x)view story

http://www.debianadmin.com – This tutorial describes how to back up and restore your BIG-IP version 11.0.0 configuration data using a UCS configuration archive. (Distributions)

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The Linux Command Line Shell Roundupview story

http://linux-news.org – The command line is a powerful way to interact with a Linux computer. Instead of using the mouse, you just type commands into the shell. (The shell is a blank window where you type in your commands.) So for example, instead of clicking on your file browser, you simply type ls [enter] to display the contents of your working directory. (Software)

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Tac and Rev to see files in reverse orderview story

http://linuxaria.com – After many years of administration of Unix/Linux systems and using bash for many tasks i’ve discovered the command tac, the contrary of cat, What this command do it’s to concatenate and print files in reverse order, it writes each file to standard output, last line first. (HowTos)

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Using dialog in bash how do I modify behaviour based on multiple items being selectedview story

http://serverfault.com – I am creating a menu to append or overwrite ssh keys for multiple users using dialog --checklist. (HowTos)

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Monit won't execute commandsview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Running Monit 5.2.5 on Fedora 15 All standard alerts are working, however just cannot get exec to run anything. I have tried more than ten different configurations based on examples from the Monit Wiki. None of the exec commands do anything. (HowTos)

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The declare builtin command - Briefly discuss datatypes, performance, and safety.view story

http://wiki.bash-hackers.org – Synopsis declare [-aAfFgilrtux] [-p] [NAME[=VALUE] ...] # obsolete typeset synonym typeset [-aAfFgilrtux] [-p] [NAME[=VALUE] ...] Description declare is used to display or set variables along with variable attributes. When used to display variables/functions and their value, the output is re-usable as input for the shell. (HowTos)

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Bash string replace multiple chars with oneview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm replacing, from a feed title, all chars except letters and digits with a dash to use the result as a safe filename for any filesystem: $ t="Episodie 06: No hope of riding home (NEW) - Advanced grammar" $ echo ${t//[^A-Za-z0-9]/-} Episodie-06--No-hope-of-riding-home--NEW----Advanced-grammar However I'd like to condense all repeating dashes with a single one like Episodie-06-No-hope-of-riding (HowTos)

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Best Beginners Linux Commandsview story

http://linux.bihlman.com – Best Beginners Linux Commands By Dennis Frank Parker There are many common Linux commands that will be to your benefit, if you ever even use your command line software in Linux. Many average users just use the graphical user interface instead which usually provides many tools and front-ends to Linux common commands. (General)

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Linux Pipes – what are they and example of useview story

http://linuxaria.com – Unix based operating systems like Linux offer a unique approach to join two commands on the terminal, with it you can take the output of the first command and use it as input of the second command, this is the concept of pipe or | . Pipes allow two separate process to communicate with each other also if they were not created to do it, so this open an infinite series of opportunity. (HowTos)

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[SOLVED] Fluxbox keys magicview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Well, I tried using keymodes but ended up disabling all the default keys. Probably just an error on my part, but I've come up with an alternative solution. It's not as clean, but I just have two keys files and a keybinding to activate a script that switches between the two. Consider my original idea. (HowTos)