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May
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comment Can TCP provide more than 65535 ports?
While there is nothing that formally restricts you from wearing 65 pairs of trousers at once, it would be practical idiocy to try. If you can show me a machine that can fruitfully process 10'000 TCP ports concurrently, then this might be an interesting abstract question.
Apr
24
answered Open a terminal with a login prompt
Apr
22
comment Error when constructing an associative array
If you are trying to program a game in bash for the sake of making things hard on yourself, rock on. If you are just trying to program a game, bash is a very poor choice of language for the task.
Apr
22
answered cd by just typing the directory's name?
Apr
22
answered undelete a just deleted file on ext4 with extundelete
Apr
19
answered Why is konsole reading /etc/passwd?
Apr
18
answered traceroute and ping from school network
Apr
10
answered why cpulimit makes process STOPPED?
Apr
9
comment Increase brightness in a part of the display
If there was, it probably wouldn't yield satisfactory results. Either the illumination source is damaged or the lcd is, and will not be able to produce the same luminance or contrast as the undamaged part regardless of how you change the contents of the framebuffer.
Apr
9
answered watch perldoc output preserving formatting
Apr
9
answered Is it okay to run my system off a flash drive?
Dec
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Dec
6
comment Why can't I execute shutdown when the permission is rwxr-xr-x?
You won't see that in the strace output since it only reports system calls. You can infer that when a getuid is closely followed by writing the error message that the code was similar to if(getuid() != 0) printf("Need to be root");. Which in fact the source code shows it to be.
Oct
23
answered `unbuffer` or `stdbuf` for removing stdout buffering?
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??? ;) )