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reviewed Reviewed Can I use variables in crontab file?
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reviewed Reviewed tar: how can I exclude intermediate directories but include leaf directories?
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reviewed No Action Needed Broken package system in Linux Mint - Firefox looks like the culprit
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reviewed Reviewed IP_TRANSPARENT missing from glibc headers
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asked Why Unix is sometimes referred as UN*X or *nix?
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accepted Why does Unix time start at 1970-01-01
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comment Why does Unix time start at 1970-01-01
@Nikhil or it doesn't really matter? Just first month first day looks better and it was made in 1971 so 1970 would look better too?
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comment Why does Unix time start at 1970-01-01
@Nikhil I still don't get why 1970, only because Unix was developed that time? Why not 1960? or different month different day?