This is purely theoretical but suppose I would like to deploy a linux distribution on many servers. The only solution I can think of would be to create an initramfs with a custom script to perform ...
I recently upgraded to Debian Wheezy (7) and had to upgrade VMWare Player along with that since the version I had didn't like the 3.2 kernel. However, I notice that the kernel modules aren't starting ...
I have a script, which just runs infinitely updating a couple of bytes in a database and then sleeping for a few seconds each iteration. This works fine, except you should run it manually the first ...
Relating to question : What if 'kill -9' doesn't work? I have following situation : zombie process with threads, not collected by init : [root@Arch64]# ps auxH | grep java gwpl 569 ...
I am using Solaris on a Sun Netra 240 box. In the ok prompt I ran init 3 by accident, and now the system is stuck and I can't write anything. I have access to the ALOM prompt, but when I run a console ...