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Bash trick of the day

"Usage: ./ <command to run> <minutes to
run for>"  - David

So last night as I was patting myself on the back for
not having to install the 100+ packages for mythtv
(saving that project for a later time, I already have
way too much stuff on my computer) and only having a
smattering of PHP (if you saw the code for the tracker
I'm making you would give yourself a tummy ache
giggling) I assumed that those were variables I'm
accustomed to and began to act just like the person
Carlos Mencia was describing in /tmp/test_capture.mpg,
a deedeedee.

Thanks for your clear explanation!

Eric C.

Your best teacher is your last mistake. - Ralph Nader

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