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For me, it means DTrace no longer works. DTrace is similar to ptrace/strace in Linux, in that it allows you to see what a process is saying to the kernel. Every time a process wants to open a file, write a file, or open a port, etc, it needs to ask the kernel. In Linux, this monitoring process happens outside of the kernel in "userland", and thus ...
sed to the rescue: pse@Mithos:~$ cal 09 2015 | sed -e 's/ \([[:digit:]]\) /0\1 /g' \ -e 's/ \([[:digit:]]\)$/0\1/g' September 2015 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Combining the two sed commands into one is left as an exercise to the ...
Just for the fun of it: sed -e '1,13d' -e $(($(wc -l <FILE)-6+1)),\$d FILE Still needs two full passes over the input file though.
My guess would be that OS X is clobbering your GrUB when it sets its own bootloader when you make the change in System Preferences. My advice would be to not set OS X or Monjaro as your default in OS X, but rather use GrUB. You can then set GrUB to default to OS X after a customizable delay, which I assume is the behavior you're looking for. Potentially ...
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