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Jun
13
reviewed Approve Panasonic printer refuses to print
Jun
13
reviewed Approve Enable Wi-fi on Kali Linux
Jun
13
reviewed Approve How to display `top` results sorted by memory usage in real time?
Jun
13
reviewed Edit I cannot run Windows without connecting the flash drive in which linux was installed
Jun
13
revised I cannot run Windows without connecting the flash drive in which linux was installed
some unnecessary words - even more unnecesary words.
Jun
13
reviewed Approve How to insert lines from one file to another file using shell commands?
Jun
13
revised Memory problems when compressing and transferring a large number of small files (1TB in total)
edit `atool` reference
Jun
12
reviewed Edit Ubuntu 14 loading problem
Jun
12
revised Ubuntu 14 loading problem
I think it automatically fixed the errors when I chose F option. Now it is running normally.
Jun
12
reviewed Approve Raspbian ~/.xinitrc File Missing
Jun
12
answered Memory problems when compressing and transferring a large number of small files (1TB in total)
Jun
12
answered Invoke python script through make command
Jun
11
awarded  Proofreader
Jun
11
reviewed Approve How do I redirect command completion output?
Jun
11
reviewed Approve Sorting files according to size recursively
Jun
11
comment -X flag (X11 Forwarding) does not appear to work in Windows
I'm checking my Windows VM right now. It might be as simple as checking what kind of variables PuTTY sets to get this working. I'll add a reply in a couple hours.
Jun
11
comment -X flag (X11 Forwarding) does not appear to work in Windows
Have you - just to test things - tried the same with PuTTY? If not, I suggest trying with that, and seeing if it works there.
Jun
11
reviewed Approve Recursive grep vs find / -type f -exec grep {} \; Which is more efficient/faster?
Jun
11
comment How do i run a command only after previous command is unsuccessful in bash?
@lcd047 Right, I forgot the !. Thanks for noticing.
Jun
11
revised How do i run a command only after previous command is unsuccessful in bash?
forgot the !