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comment What is the difference between HAL and udev?
udev basically replaces hal. There isn't much reason for it anymore. Your description of hal is what udev has been doing in distros for 8+ years.
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comment Career path with unix
Get involved in the Linux ecosystem. Contribute to open source and Linux distributions. It will likely help in getting that first Linux-specific role.
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answered Where to find the Crontab logs in CentOS
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answered Passing a command with arguments to a script
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comment Redirection differences between &> >& and 2>&1
The last two are equivilent: stackoverflow.com/q/11255447/1032785
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reviewed Close Where to put sensitive information in my home directory?
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reviewed Close CLI: How to set a folder's permissions the same as existing adjacent folders?
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reviewed Leave Open Recovering from 'grub rescue>' crash
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comment Is there a way to develop upstart scripts on fedora 21?
Just download a CentOS 6 vagrant image.
Dec
23
comment Equivalent command for ``time`` for memory usage?
Note that this output is from GNU coreutils time. It can also be called with command time instead of the full path.
Dec
21
comment Can not execute Heroes of Neweth binary file
What does file HoNClient-3.6.0.sh-bin say? Perhaps the better question is: why install HoN when dota2 exists? :)
Dec
18
answered How to find a specific file and move it to a specific directory?
Dec
18
revised HISTTIMEFORMAT syntax
added 5 characters in body
Dec
18
answered HISTTIMEFORMAT syntax
Dec
17
reviewed Close Make own graphical server
Dec
17
reviewed Close QtSoap Network transport error (99): Error creating SSL context () Linux Mint
Dec
17
reviewed No Action Needed How to copy a file with scp via another server
Dec
17
reviewed Close A modern, easily configurable DE
Dec
17
reviewed Approve Using Diff on a specific column in a file
Dec
17
comment archlinux cannot execute java after update
The java binary is likely the wrong arch (eg 64bit binary on a 32bit OS).