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Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
15
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
accepted What does `*` mean using hexdump -C?
Sep
24
comment What does `*` mean using hexdump -C?
Doh! It was in the man file and I missed it... Thanks!
Sep
24
asked What does `*` mean using hexdump -C?
Jul
16
revised Why does `!45` get replaced with `top`?
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Jul
16
accepted Why does `!45` get replaced with `top`?
Jul
16
comment Why does `!45` get replaced with `top`?
Ya know... I never thought about maning bash. +1 for the idea and hopefully not getting caught up in shell related scenarios like this one in the futur.
Jul
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asked Why does `!45` get replaced with `top`?
Jul
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comment What NOT to put on an SSD?
Oops, had a brain fart. /var or /etc would be suitable replacements for /proc for the example. I suppose /proc would still be relevant if it spilled over to using swap.
Jun
27
comment What NOT to put on an SSD?
As an added point, we used a raid 1 with SSDs on our AIX production DB. Granted they are probably enterprise grade SSDs (havn't actually checked), but still... consumer grade would still be acceptable for most applications where your /proc and /home directories reside on your SSD.
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Peer Pressure
Apr
19
comment How many users does Linux support being logged in at the same time via SSH?
Probably the upper limit of an unsigned int.
Apr
19
comment How to get past “Loading Initial Ramdisk” hang after going from x86_64 to i686 cpu
@eppesuig I have to admit, I've been trying to figure out GRUB on the fly but I am having trouble. I think it might be worth mentioning that the volume is encrypted through LVM with LUKS. With that said, I believe initrd is being used. I'm still learning.
Apr
19
comment How to get past “Loading Initial Ramdisk” hang after going from x86_64 to i686 cpu
Unfortunately, this did not help :(
Apr
15
asked How to get past “Loading Initial Ramdisk” hang after going from x86_64 to i686 cpu
Mar
13
accepted How to search files where two different words exist?
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13
awarded  Commentator
Mar
13
asked How to search files where two different words exist?