How do I sort the authors of a repository by the number of contributions using git?view story

http://askubuntu.com – The name of an author is exactly the one given by the "Author" line of a commit. When I list the authors, I their name must be followed by the number of commits he has. (HowTos)

How can I find out why my EC2 instance was down for a whileview story

http://serverfault.com – I have an instance running at Amazon EC2. I just checked the monitoring, and I saw that the server was down for a while. TO be more precise, there is completely no line between 15:16:00 and 15:46:00 in the monitoring graphs of the EC2 console. I also have confirmation from Uptimerobot that my servers where down. Apparently my server was down for exactly 30 minutes. (HowTos)

Diff with exceptions Questionview story

http://www.unix.com – So I'm currently developing an automated test system and I'm verifying my results by running a set of baselined data through and comparing the output (which is in a txt file) to a baseline results file. So of course I'm just using the diff command. Unfortunately each time I run the test there are 2 values that are changed. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Can't update ubuntu!view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I'm trying to update my system in the normal way - via Update Manager - but I'm getting an error message that I don't understand. Could someone help me diagnose and repair the fault please? The message comes back "Package operation failed" and when I click details I get: Code: installArchives() failed: dpkg: too-long line or missing newline in `/var/lib/dpkg/triggers//File' (Hardware)

Submin - Subversion Web Administrationview story

http://www.debianadmin.com – Submin provides a web-based admin interface to your svn repositories. Submin Features User/group management User/group permissions management per path SVN repositories creation Config files for apache2 cgi and wsgi created automatically Authentication via htpasswd/svn authz Authentication synced to svn (and trac) Tested with browsers: Firefox (2, (Distributions)

Multiple related resources in chef recipeview story

http://serverfault.com – I need to run some commands depending on a result of previous execution, which again depends on some package being installed. On the first run, I'd expect something like: install package "XXX" get output from XXX for each line in output: if missing, use XXX to add if unknown, use XXX to delete The problem is that when I do the logic in top level of the recipe, then the get output part (HowTos)

sed deleteview story

http://www.unix.com – I am not able to analyze the below code.. What I expected is that DELETED will be replaced with the first field in every line.But after giving a try, the output was different. Can anyone pleas analyze and explain the code in detail? Many thanks... Code: $ sed 's/[a-zA-Z]* /DELETED /g' g1.txt > g4.txt $ $ more g1.txt giri sripathi sohan meka  madhave durga ram baba siva venkat sati (HowTos)

How to read from specific line number in shell script?view story

http://www.unix.com – I have a text file which is having 30000 lines in it. I have to create a xml file for each 10000 lines until all the lines in the text files are written. Also please help how can i get number of lines in the text file in a shell variable? (HowTos)

variable%pattern operation within awkview story

http://www.unix.com – Hello; I have: Code: ll | grep -v ^d | awk '{print $9}' rcx_access_report_fid.txt rcx_access_report_hsi.txt rcx_access_report_mmm.txt rcx_access_report_qsc.txt I want to get: Code: rcx_access_report_fid.txt rcx_access_report_hsi rcx_access_report_mmm rcx_access_report_qsc But when I try: Code: ll | grep -v ^d | awk '{print ${9%.*}}' awk: cmd. line:1: {print ${9%.*}} awk: cmd. (HowTos)

BASH: Newline or HR after long command outputview story

http://serverfault.com – Is there any way to configure Bash to print a newline or horizontal line after commands that provided more than N lines of output? For instance, after a simple cd I don't need a newline or horizontal line, but after a long cat a visual indication of the end of each command's output would be great when I am comparing the output of various commands. Thanks. (HowTos)