I am looking for a structured format of version info for OS-level executables, such as in /usr/bin and /usr/local/bin. The problem we are having is the inconsistent architecture between our PROD and ...
What is Linux doing differently that allows me to remove/replace files where Windows would complain the file is currently in use?
The example I have is Minecraft. When running Bukkit on Linux I can remove or update the .jar files in the /plugins folder and simply run the 'reload' command. In Windows, I have to take the whole ...
I've recently purchased a usb stick which I will be using to share data between me and my colleagues. I'd like to format it as ext3, but I know this will cause trouble because for instance Mac OS X ...
Possible Duplicate: Can't execute some binaries in chroot environment (zsh: Not found) I have something weird here. Cannot find a file although it is right there. $ skype command not ...
I noticed that when I install new application there are a few possible directories where the resulting binary file will be placed. You can install with packaging manager, compile with make, ...