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Apr
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comment What do the numbers in a man page mean?
stackoverflow.com/questions/62936/…
Apr
11
comment About the command and the number in the man
stackoverflow.com/questions/587676/…
Apr
10
comment 32 bit appplication on 64 bit linux not working
Don't use force. apt was trying to prevent you from making a mistake, and you thought you knew better than it, but you didn't.
Apr
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comment Problem with find and variables
Why are you using fIn[1] and fIn[2]? What do you think that gives you that using properly named variables like fn=$1;shift;pattern="$@"?
Apr
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comment Problem with find and variables
never mind previous comment if you saw it, I misread what you wrote.
Apr
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answered Is it possible to determine what is inside Debian package without installing it?
Apr
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comment cron, every minute ram issues
I believe there is a race condition if another process creates the /tmp/wordpress-job.pid in between the test and the echo. A safer way would be to create a /tmp/wordpress-job.$$ file, and then attempt to create a hard link to /tmp/wordpress-job.pid - the link will fail if /tmp/wordpress-job.pid already exists, and it's atomic.
Mar
18
comment top output: cpu usage > 100%
Also, I see you're using compiz. Do you have a good 3d graphics card? If not, that's probably where all your CPU is going, trying to render a movie onto a 3d surface.
Mar
18
comment top output: cpu usage > 100%
It's not lying to you, because your load average is up over 4. That seems high - try restarting vlc, and do something to free up some memory first.
Mar
17
comment ~ is $HOME, but sometimes?
It's not the kernel or the "cd executable" (since there is no such thing) - it's a shell built-in.
Mar
16
comment Why does the “du” command count in 4KB steps?
4k is the size of a single disk block. Disk space is allocated in blocks, so even the smallest disk takes up one block (4k) on your disk.
Mar
16
comment Chmod u-x isn't changing anything and I have no idea why
Oh, and "ls -ld ~" couldn't hurt either to see what the permissions on the home directory are.
Mar
16
comment Chmod u-x isn't changing anything and I have no idea why
Do an "ls -ln" and an "id" to see if the uid of the "eulerz" who owns the file and the "eulerz" who is logged into the machine is the same.
Mar
15
comment Should I use LILO or GRUB or other?
GRUB is a great flexible boot loader, but most of the flexibility goes away on a WORM media like a DVD.