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Dec
4
comment Read entire file into memory?
@GertvandenBerg still differs
Dec
4
comment Read entire file into memory?
echo $(</usr/bin/ls) > ls; diff ls /usr/bin/ls differs, was it a problem with echo?
Dec
4
asked Read entire file into memory?
Dec
2
answered Can I change the shell used to run GUI applications from a Desktop Manager?
Dec
2
reviewed Looks OK OpenVPN uses wrong IP-Address
Dec
1
comment How can I make this daemon/init run as a non root user?
Change $DAEMON $DAEMON_OPTS to su - deploy -c "$DAEMON $DAEMON_OPTS"
Dec
1
comment Arch Linux failed to install libproxy for invalid signature
@cdh updated the answer, I wasn't clear on that part
Dec
1
revised Arch Linux failed to install libproxy for invalid signature
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Dec
1
comment Arch Linux failed to install libproxy for invalid signature
@cdh try the dirty hack then, and remove that afterwards; and -Syu means upgrade whole system yes, but in this case, it means upgrade whole system while install the desired package
Dec
1
revised What's the command to “prepend” a line to a file?
added 140 characters in body
Dec
1
answered Arch Linux failed to install libproxy for invalid signature
Dec
1
reviewed Leave Open Shell script to increment count of entries
Dec
1
reviewed Close Pre-defined umask under a given path
Dec
1
reviewed Leave Open Screen shot in Lubuntu
Dec
1
comment Screen shot in Lubuntu
@jasonwryan the answer of that question was scrot which is not a interactive program, not what the OP want I guess
Nov
30
comment Fix this apparmor rule?
@vasa1 I just remember the reason. I run both Ubuntu and Arch .. themes need to be shared through a common disk partition
Nov
30
comment Fix this apparmor rule?
@vasa1 just some old partition scheme ... I don't even remember why I did that
Nov
30
reviewed Close How to stop mail with PHP error messages to root?
Nov
30
reviewed Close what is total in the output of ls command
Nov
29
accepted How can I tell if a kernel has some “new” config?