Find command - Find files not matching a pattern

Unix/Linux find "patterns" FAQ: How do I find files or directories that don't match a specific pattern (files not matching a regex pattern, or filename pattern)?

In my case I just ran into a situation where I needed to find all files below the current subdirectory that are NOT named with the filename pattern *.html . Fortunately with the newer Unix/Linux find syntax this solution is pretty easy, you just include the -not argument, like this:

Error message: mv cannot unlink remove file, operation not permitted

I got this Unix/Linux error message today "mv: cannot unlink '/tmp/forms-1.2.1.jar': Operation not permitted" when trying to move (mv) the file forms-1.2.1.jar from the /tmp directory to another directory. The full error output looked like this:

Review of Trailguru iPhone application

I downloaded an iPhone app named Trailguru recently, and was hoping to give a review of it, but I had no luck with it this morning. I walked a little more than 2.25 miles, but as this screenshot shows, Trailguru says I walked only 0.38 miles:

Trailguru iPhone app screenshot

This accessory is not made to work with iPhone

Whenever I plug my iPhone 3G into accessories that I used previously with my old iPod -- including an Altec Lansing iM600 external speaker system and a JVC car stereo -- I get the scary message "This accessory is not made to work with iPhone" (followed by a message about switching to airplane mode). That message is almost mind-blowing scary like "Your iPhone is going to be fried if you stay plugged in to this device". Is it really that bad?

Nagios error code 127, make sure your plugin actually exists

Nagios FAQ: I'm trying to get Nagios to work, but when it starts running there is an error message in the log file that says something like "Nagios, Error Code 127, Make sure the plugin you're trying to run actually exists". How I can fix this?

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