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Oct
23
comment Setting time through GPS dongle
@Xufyan see "added" above.
Oct
23
revised Setting time through GPS dongle
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Oct
23
answered How to report “sed” in-place changes
Oct
23
revised Setting time through GPS dongle
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Oct
23
answered Setting time through GPS dongle
Oct
23
comment EACCES that should not happen
+1 self-answers are good for StackExchange. I'm glad you found the fix (and my one complaint about SELinux is that it hides itself unless you know to ask about it (what do you mean you don't know ls -Z??? ;) )
Oct
23
comment Setting time through GPS dongle
What is the output of the echo $GPSDATE?
Oct
23
comment Is there something like a lorem ipsum generator?
lipsum.com has always been there when I needed it (yes, I know it isn't local, just offering another way).
Oct
22
comment C shell script : how do I compare two strings?
Don't program in csh (or COBOL or [Whitespace](en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitespace_(programming_language) ) if you can possibly avoid it.
Oct
22
answered how to run .dump command in linux?
Oct
20
revised python3 traceback error
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Oct
19
comment What does the “interruptible sleep” state indicate?
"Any way for FF to reattach to X?" because I've never been able to figure out how the window can be unmapped/destroyed without the client process getting a signal, I assume that the socket from the FF program to the UI remains open. So long as a process is connected to a socket, I know of no way that any process could tap into that. (Now that you caused me to think about it, I suspect this comes of a protocol error between the X server and client which is insanely difficult (i.e. I'd never try) to debug).
Oct
19
answered What does the “interruptible sleep” state indicate?
Oct
19
answered python3 traceback error
Oct
18
comment How can a filesystem be copied exactly as is?
+1 I think the clue is in the failed boot message in the OP and this addresses it.
Oct
15
comment Using kernel cryptographic functions
I forgot to mention that I also overwrote your "signatures" and your kernel. The kernel is just a file, it has no magical properties, and if I've hacked your machine then no file is safe. To be more explicit, if you don't trust the md5sum file there's no reason to trust the kernel or any other file.
Oct
12
comment Real-World Use of TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT?
Hearing (3) does not guarantee that Server didn't immediately suffer spontaneous combustion after transmission but it does increase the confidence that the Server is ready to receive.
Oct
9
revised Subprocesses of bash/gnome-terminal don't terminate (CentOS/RHEL)
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Oct
9
answered Subprocesses of bash/gnome-terminal don't terminate (CentOS/RHEL)
Oct
9
comment Accessing Pendrive in Ubuntu using Wine
If you get caught trying to work-around IT policy, no matter how stupid it may be, they can come down on you pretty hard. For "unauthorized use of computer systems" you could risk expulsion from school, firing in the workplace, and/or criminal prosecution in either. How lucky do you feel?