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Obviously the algorithm didn't work out, and I don't have time to develop a new one


2d
comment Slow detection of wireless card
Thanks @nwildner I've rebuilt the kernel and it worked ;-P
Dec
16
comment Slow detection of wireless card
@nwildner Ha, the kernel in stock works just fine, I'll try to update the firmware first, thanks for the heads up
Nov
26
comment How should I deal with smtp_relay_restrictions in postfix?
@clement posted
Oct
9
comment Install manpage of jdk?
Possibly duplicate of askubuntu.com/questions/60765/…
Oct
5
comment Weird vertical bar on my desktop
@msw it's a laptop ... builtin Intel Graphics Card
Oct
5
comment Weird vertical bar on my desktop
@Anthon That works but I tend to solve this problem
Aug
20
comment Why does only mplayer play music in Debian?
@Village It's in the repository but need to be enabled
Aug
20
comment Why does only mplayer play music in Debian?
@Village There're certain codecs that're not provided by default, you need to install some 3rdparty codecs IIRC
Aug
20
comment Why does only mplayer play music in Debian?
Missing codecs?
Jul
14
comment What's the right way to set “dynamic” PATH in bash? (for android sdk)
This looks like the most reasonable one.
Jul
5
comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas Please put your comments as an answer, thanks!
Jul
5
comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@slm I got it, root user reads /var/run/libvirt/libvirt-sock, but normal user reads a different sock located in /run/. Problem solved.
Jul
5
comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas where is that xmlstartlet command, or what package it belongs to ..? I couldn't find it ;-( not in libxml2 at least
Jul
5
comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@slm Yes with sudo it worked. The prompt from virsh is pretty confusing, it shows a virsh # even for non-privileged user. But I'm already in libvirt group, the virsh list command should work (I can start virt-manager and control those KVM without sudo)
Jul
5
comment Retrieve serial port information of a libvirt domain?
@StéphaneChazelas I started a KVM machine from virt-manager, but virsh list --all shows nothing, am I wrong?
Jun
29
comment How do I know why NetworkManager failed to initiate the VPN connection?
Nope, it's already installed
Jun
17
comment Red Hat internal specifications
@MatheusSilva Read this link stackoverflow.com/questions/5779332/… it should get you a hint on source code & documentation
Jun
17
comment start-stop-daemon not working as expected, no pid file was written
Done, substituted name to python and it worked ;-P
Jun
17
comment start-stop-daemon not working as expected, no pid file was written
Yes, I saw start-stop-daemon tried to read /proc/pid/stat: read(4, "5559 (python) S 1 5558 5558 0 -1"..., 1024) = 326, so the name should be python instead perhaps?
Jun
17
comment start-stop-daemon not working as expected, no pid file was written
Okay the pidfile is written. But stop part still not functioning, same error message