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Feb
25
answered autofs: how to check if a given directory is a mount trap, from userspace?
Feb
25
comment autofs: how to check if a given directory is a mount trap, from userspace?
Originally, there was, but I've changed the problem and it no longer matters.
Feb
21
comment autofs: how to check if a given directory is a mount trap, from userspace?
... to create a home directory before the user logs in for the first time; automounter will not be able to mount it since it does not yet exist. Sorry, should have known this will turn out a XY problem.
Feb
21
comment autofs: how to check if a given directory is a mount trap, from userspace?
I need to create a home directory, but its parent may be managed by automounter.
Feb
20
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Feb
20
asked autofs: how to check if a given directory is a mount trap, from userspace?
Feb
18
awarded  Revival
Feb
17
suggested rejected edit on Why does “less” sometimes forget its history
Feb
16
answered wget not working but apt-get does
Feb
15
answered Implications creating System Accounts “useradd -r” Linux Fedora/RHEL/CentOS
Feb
15
answered Can mutt show the index and body of emails in a horizontal split?
Feb
15
answered Format tmux's pane_current_path
Feb
14
answered Is it possible to monitor JVM usage of Elasticsearch via Munin?
Feb
13
revised Jump to last prompt in terminal (or tmux)
likely related to scrollback
Feb
13
suggested approved edit on Jump to last prompt in terminal (or tmux)
Feb
13
revised Is there a terminal app that allows filenames to be clickable?
unbreak links
Feb
13
comment Create clickable links in terminal
Possible duplicate of Is there a terminal app that allows filenames to be clickable?
Feb
13
suggested approved edit on Is there a terminal app that allows filenames to be clickable?
Feb
13
revised Problem typing @ character at command prompt under HP-UX
Some copyediting
Feb
13
revised Hard disk power cable possibly slipped out during copying - now directories empty, error shows “dir: cannot access .: input/output error”
self-explanatory