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answered Is it possible to monitor JVM usage of Elasticsearch via Munin?
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revised Jump to last prompt in terminal (or tmux)
likely related to scrollback
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revised Is there a terminal app that allows filenames to be clickable?
unbreak links
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comment Create clickable links in terminal
Possible duplicate of Is there a terminal app that allows filenames to be clickable?
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revised Problem typing @ character at command prompt under HP-UX
Some copyediting
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revised Hard disk power cable possibly slipped out during copying - now directories empty, error shows “dir: cannot access .: input/output error”
self-explanatory
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suggested approved edit on Problem typing @ character at command prompt under HP-UX
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comment How to find last x minute internet usage
System doesn't track this for you so you will have to set up something (SNMP agent usually) to capture network I/O counters every X minutes and then query these.
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suggested approved edit on Hard disk power cable possibly slipped out during copying - now directories empty, error shows “dir: cannot access .: input/output error”
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revised Can I Restore my CentOS Linux server using WHMCS Backups?
whmcs is cpanel
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comment Does python has a Key Derivation Function (kdf) module used in Wifi Protected Setup (WPS)?
OP is likely referring to this code gist.github.com/duksis/3739250; kdf() is defined within, it does not come from a Python module
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revised Starcraft II on linux
gaming related
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comment Using snmpdf on a linux or unix machine
Is SNMP agent actually enabled on the target host?
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answered Is there a way to find the uptime of a network card in unix?
Feb
10
revised can't find my user name in /etc/passwd nor name of my initial group in /etc/group
almost certainly nis or ldap users
Feb
10
comment Editing nsswitch.conf to check for files other than /etc/passwd while searching local files for user details
you could clone the nss_files library and make the cloned one search /etc/radius (see unix.stackexchange.com/questions/204350)