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Jul
8
revised Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
Added a clarification about what my answer was about and what not.
Jul
5
comment Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
@SilverMoon Then you should report a bug against dmidecode.
Jul
3
comment Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
@Silver-Moon Can you explicate? dmidecode reads the SMBIOS and should tell the capabilities of the processor. It does not tell whether hyper-threading is seen or used by the O/S. But this has already been commented on. See also Nils answer
Nov
19
comment Disable user shell for security reasons
Note that on Debians, nologin actually is to be found at /usr/sbin/nologin
Nov
3
comment How can I programatically add entries to Bash history and have timestamps work properly?
This did not work for me (Bash 4.1.5), neither -H, histchars nor set -o history. To the contrary, all lines of my .bashrc are added that are followed by set -o history even though history is on by default. I consider this a bug. However, I used it for a workaround: I put histchars='!^#', followed by set -o history and history -s "# some text as a marker" at the very end of .bashrc. This adds indeed the marker and does not delete the history.
Mar
6
awarded  Supporter
Mar
5
revised Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
fixed a typo
Mar
5
awarded  Editor
Mar
5
revised Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
added more specific grep example and explained \b
Mar
5
answered Checking if HyperThreading is enabled or not?
Mar
3
awarded  Teacher
Mar
2
answered how to avoid ssh asking permission?