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I'd love to hear the opinions of the members at /r/linux. submitted by vicelio [link] [1 comment]

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Trying to setup RANCID with ViewVC and almost have it working. Getting this from the web browser: An Exception Has Occurred Python Traceback Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 4844, in main request.runviewvc() File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 402, in run_viewvc self.view_func(self) File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 2193, in view_roots expand_root_parents(request.cfg) File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/viewvc/lib/viewvc.py", line 4712, in expand_root_parents roots = vclib.ccvs.expand_root_parent(pp) File "/usr/lib/python2.6/site-packages/viewvc/lib/vclib/ccvs/init_.py", line 32, in expand_root_parent subpaths = os.listdir(parent_path) OSError: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/usr/local/rancid/var/CVS' Been following this http://www.openlogic.com/wazi/bid/346615/How-to-set-up-and-use-RANCID-under-CentOS submitted by andrewm659 [link] [comment]

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I'm an American, so I should be proud of all things that are American. But ever since I became a Linux user I've become conflicted. It's a weird feeling I get, when I should be rooting for my own county, while I cheer on Europeans kicking out Microsoft and Apple. Maybe Linux has made me patriotic for something bigger than my own country. submitted by happycrabeatsthefish [link] [18 comments]

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I was initially going to ask this just for myself, but maybe other people can post what they get out of linux and how they use it, and other people can give tips and tools that'd help that workflow. For example, I came from Windows not long ago, still have to switch often between my linux and windows machine, and I use my linux box mostly for low end games, twitch streams, browsing, watching videos, and I love customizing the environment. I know this is a really obvious example, but if I had posted this a week ago, I'd tell myself to install Conky (just got around doing it today). submitted by indeedwatson [link] [4 comments]

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Hi, are there any plans to create a custom CSS for this subreddit? Or are there any explicit decisions as to why it doesn't exist? I think it can be quite pleasing to the eye and maintaining a unique visual identity is a neat thing to do on Reddit. submitted by FunctionPlastic [link] [2 comments]

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$input = X while( $input != X ) do if [ -s $1 ] then echo -n "The file $1 exists and has the following properties : " echo echo else echo -n "The file $1 does not exists and has the following properties : " echo echo fi if [ -w $1 ] then echo -n "Has write, " else echo -n "No write, " fi if [ -x $1 ] then echo -n "has execute, " else echo -n "no execute, " fi if [ -r $1 ] then echo -n "has read, " echo else echo -n "no read " echo fi if [ -k $1 ] then echo -n "The sticky bit set" echo else echo -n "Does not have the stick bit set" echo fi if [ -s $1 ] then echo -n "The file is not empty." echo else echo -n "The file is empty." fi echo "Would you like to run again? Y for Yes or X to Exit." read input done ./Liinux: line 3: !=: command not found Is there a reason why it's not properly seeing the '!=' ? Edit: The formatting is looking off to me(the script)in this thread, even though I posted it properly for some reason lol. submitted by 2fresh4humanflesh [link] [comment]

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