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Feb
7
answered Editing RTF files in text mode
Feb
5
reviewed Approve Can a mounted encrypted filesystem be safe from root?
Feb
3
comment Does Chrome run on Debian kFreeBSD?
a) What makes you think Chromium doesn't do Flash? (See this recent issue on getting it to work) b) Please don't cross post‌​, trust in the moderators to move your post if it's not in the SE site best suited for your question. c) Anyway, Debian's chromium package is not available for kFreeBSD but Chromium seems to run on FreeBSD.
Feb
2
comment Debugging Linux Kernel with QEMU
qemu-img is one of the tools in qemu-utils
Feb
1
comment What would be the RHEL package corresponding to build-essential in Ubuntu?
Possible duplicate: Make and build utilities on CentOS/RHEL?
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
@jordanm: Oh... right. Thanks for the edit :)
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
@jordanm, you might be right; I expanded it a bit.
Jan
31
answered Xen error on CentOS
Jan
31
comment Xen error on CentOS
I don't know about xen-create-image, but your issue is caused by Debian "Etch" being unsupported as of 2010-02-15 (and thus disappeared from the mirror)
Jan
31
revised Host process for multiple processes?
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Jan
31
comment Host process for multiple processes?
Probably depends on the number of them... and how similar they are. If what differs is (e.g., crude sketch follows) the port and ServerRoot, this could be encoded in the symlinks, i.e. /sv/lighttpd_var-www_80 -> /etc/sv/lighttpd, where the latter inspects its $0 and sets appropriate command line parameters.
Jan
31
answered Host process for multiple processes?
Jan
28
comment Thin client that is only allowed to run certain applications
As for other suggestions, have a look at Webconverger
Jan
28
revised Linux Mint 14 Hangs on Install
formatting mostly
Jan
27
comment Is expect tool availabe for ARM platform
Are you using some distribution? Debian, for example, has expect for armhf and armel architectures; a *.deb file can be handled as a tgz archive.
Jan
27
answered How to get comfortable in linux as an ex-windows user?
Jan
26
comment aptitude remove pkg_name* not working like apt-get
Using aptitude manually, I sometimes press M on a category, marking all packages under this category as "installed automatically" (i.e. a dependency of something) – this selects packages not a dependency of anything for deletion (and most probably is not the best way to do this; note that Ctrl+t lets you "cancel pending actions")
Jan
26
comment aptitude remove pkg_name* not working like apt-get
Aptitude has many search terms, maybe these help you (they probably solve the libqt* issue, e.g. ?name(libqt*))
Jan
26
comment aptitude remove pkg_name* not working like apt-get
About your PS: No, the man page explains "Purge package" as remove it and all its associated configuration and data files.
Jan
26
comment In the usage string of my custom shell script, shall I also display --help and --version?
+1 for usage consistency across different tools (there seem to be several getopt(s), btw)