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comment Running maintenance commands in pbuilder chroot using cron
Anything wrong with pbuilder --update?
Feb
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Feb
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answered How do I setup MAC spoofing in Fedora?
Feb
4
revised Catching the last returned value in Unix
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Feb
3
comment Can't install KMAIL?
Looks like a PPA you have added your system is broken and preventing installation.
Feb
2
comment Piped commands performance in embedded Linux
Spawning a subshell and a new process is cheap, but certainly more expensive than not.
Feb
1
comment How to list groups with gid in redhat?
@kinkajou lots of professional experience as well as a lot of time spent on sites such as this one and IRC Linux support. I have been a professional and an enthusiast for about 8 years. I think being an enthusiast is an important part because you are more likely to remember things that you care about.
Jan
29
comment Which name should be used for myhostname in Postfix's main.cf?
@Braiam then you have failed to assign your server an actual hostname. Using what you assigned may still work however.
Jan
29
comment Suspend process without killing it
Also note that like SIGKILL (kill -9), SIGSTOP cannot be ignored.
Jan
28
comment Jinja to populate shell script
Do the variables need to be in the script? Couldn't you use variables from the environment instead?
Jan
28
revised How do you tell what the return code of a process is when it exits and where is the value usually documented?
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Jan
28
comment How do you tell what the return code of a process is when it exits and where is the value usually documented?
@leeand00 it doesn't seem that way. All GNU coreutils appear to use Exit status, however rsync uses EXIT VALUES.
Jan
28
answered How do you tell what the return code of a process is when it exits and where is the value usually documented?
Jan
28
comment How do I make changes to an lxc template?
Have you considered docker? It's a layer on top of lxc that makes creating and managing images easy.
Jan
28
comment How do I install and configure NTP on CentOS 7 from source? (include/ntp_crypt.h errors)
Distributions backport security fixes to older versions of software. The fixes have been uploaded to RHEL and likely already exist in CentOS.
Jan
28
comment How do I install and configure NTP on CentOS 7 from source? (include/ntp_crypt.h errors)
Is there really a big problem with the ntp packages that CentOS provides? You are missing openssl development libraries.
Jan
27
revised How to know if warning banners have been created in bin bash
I believe he was asking what the condition should be. Feel free to revert the edit if you think it's incorrect
Jan
27
revised How to know if warning banners have been created in bin bash
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Jan
23
comment How do I prevent crashing my ec2 micro instance mysql db?
You need to fix your mysql configuration. You have it configured to use more memory than your system has. mysqltuner can help you determine the correct values.
Jan
15
answered One systemd service depend on another