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awarded  Necromancer
Jan
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comment Configure power button to shutdown on Debian/Mac Mini G4
Thanks for the good work. Upvoting you (so you get a few extra reputation points for your care of the PowerPC platform)!
Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Mar
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awarded  Revival
Mar
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awarded  Revival
Dec
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revised How to download videos from Coursera with curl?
Update the URL to stay significant.
Jun
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answered How to download videos from Coursera with curl?
Jun
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awarded  Revival
May
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comment What doesn't need defragmentation? Linux or the ext2 ext3 FS?
If you use ext4, then you will be surprised to see how much fragmentation you can have when you run e4defrag -v . in a directory tree, especially if it contains, say, files downloaded with a torrent client (though some do use fallocate/posix_fallocate).
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Organizer
Feb
27
revised How do I send a shutdown event to a QEMU guest (OpenBSD)?
Use proper markdown formatting.
Feb
27
suggested approved edit on How do I send a shutdown event to a QEMU guest (OpenBSD)?
Feb
27
reviewed Reviewed Which linux distro is based on Arch, runs LXDE and out of the box ready to use?
Feb
27
comment Which linux distro is based on Arch, runs LXDE and out of the box ready to use?
Nice hint for a lightweight distribution!
Feb
27
reviewed No Action Needed Is there some sort of “no newline at eof” rules for bash scripts?
Feb
27
reviewed Reviewed Which linux distro is based on Arch, runs LXDE and out of the box ready to use?
Feb
27
comment Package Installation log creation
It's not really clear what kind of problem you are trying to solve. When you install a package in a dpkg-based system, it will already keep a log of what was done, with the result of each installation, uninstallation, or partial operation: /var/log/dpkg.log.
Feb
27
comment How to cause kernel panic with a single command?
A forkbomb does not necessarily causes a kernel panic. OTOH, one thing that may do that is to write (as root) is to, say, dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/mem (depending on your kernel version, you may not have /dev/kmem). But I wouldn't use the system after that. :)
Feb
27
revised What is the default jobs argument for make?
Remove strike-through in the question.