Coredumpctl cannot read core dump, gives message file is not readable or no such file or directory?

I am issuing the following commands: coredumpctl list Mon 2019-11-18 23:58:19 GMT 19043 1000 1000 31 missing /opt/google/chrome/chrome Mon 2019-11-18 23:58:19 GMT 19062 1000 1000 31 missing /opt/google/chrome/chrome Tue 2019-11-19 15:52:55 GMT 22332 1000 1000 6 missing /usr/bin/texstudio Followed by: coredumpctl gdb 22332 Storage: /var/lib/systemd/coredump/core.texstudio.1000.bb1cfb6b67f2423fac681d721ee1ba02.22332.1574178774000000.lz4 (inaccessible) File “/var/lib/systemd/coredump/core.texstudio.1000.bb1cfb6b67f2423fac681d721ee1ba02.22332.1574178774000000.lz4” is not readable: No such file or…

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Variable defined in current file and echo an external file into it, which calls the variable

On my Linux machine – I do the following: Create a script named script.sh #!/bin/bash variable=`df -hP` echo < my_file.txt Then I create an external file called my_file.txt The disk usage is: $variable When I execute the script.sh I get nothing printed. Expected output is: The disk usage is: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted…

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How to split java string to get 5 substring on the delimiter “,”

I am having a java string as response from server[“This is my “json response”, “jshj” “,” “sdjfh,sfjg” “,””Abs, “jshj” “,””Abs, “jshj” “,””Abs, “jshj””,””Abs, “jshj” “]. I want to split the string to 5 substring on the delimiter “,” so that I can store the result into array. Expected output is : This is my “json…

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