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Jun
9
awarded  Popular Question
May
11
revised AR922X wifi card sees too few networks
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May
10
comment AR922X wifi card sees too few networks
@Stephan I use ath9k driver from the kernel. One network it sees has a signal of -60 dBm and is on the 1 channel, the other has -81 dBm and is on the 8 channel. And the one I want to connect to has a signal of -56 dBm and is on the twelfth channel. Sadly, wi-fi analyzer I have on my android can’t show me whether an AP supports a/b/g/n, but the atheros card I use does, and the driver is known to support it.
May
10
asked AR922X wifi card sees too few networks
Nov
21
comment gpg-agent asks for a passphrase, but ssh private key doesn’t have one
I don’t use any agent for ssh keys binding them in ~/.ssh/config, but accepting that because gokuro-sama
Nov
21
accepted gpg-agent asks for a passphrase, but ssh private key doesn’t have one
Sep
3
comment Count lines of non-terminating input
Just a reminder, that since it’s a stream sed -n '$=' may be faster than wc on large data.
Sep
1
comment How to start several jobs in different screen sessions in a Bash-script?
> 2014 > still using screen
Aug
20
comment Is there a shortcut for repeat the second proximate command in bash?
I’d actually write both commands in one line like vim test.py && python test.py to avoid fiddling with multiple commands in history, but you can simply bind "\ep": previous-history in your ~/.inputrc so you could press Alt+p instead of up key.
Jul
18
comment mkdir with date function behaves differently in script
Check your LC_TIME
Jul
9
comment ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
grep (GNU grep) 2.14
Jul
9
answered ls content of a directory ignoring symlinks
Jul
4
comment How do I enable &>/dev/null by default for all sh/bash commands?
~/.bashrc is suddenly a bash script, too.
Jul
3
answered How do I enable &>/dev/null by default for all sh/bash commands?
Jul
3
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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
16
asked TightVNC shows the window cropped
May
12
revised `file` doesn’t show proper mime-type for .m2ts files
edited title
May
12
answered `file` doesn’t show proper mime-type for .m2ts files