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Apr
9
revised can we know the password for the other users if we have root access?
Trying to make this easier to understand.
Apr
9
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Apr
8
comment File size :size of content and what is seen different
@mibzer you are right, it will not work on Solaris userland. In that case I would just gzip the output. Are you making these from dd or ufsdump?
Apr
8
comment File size :size of content and what is seen different
@mibzer: gzip the file or qemu-img convert -O qcow2 test.dd test.qcow to convert it to qcow2. Mount using qemu ndb
Apr
8
answered UDF and fstab (no UUID)
Apr
8
comment UDF and fstab (no UUID)
Are you sure it doesn't have a UUID? Try running blkid without any options
Apr
8
comment Verify if a system has DVD burners?
wodim -prcap will give you better output about the capabilities of the device.
Apr
8
answered Verify if a system has DVD burners?
Apr
8
comment Is it possible to execute scripts in BIND based on lookup
log and then run swatch or OSSEC on the logs to call your script. not a very good idea in the long run, either way.
Apr
7
comment Dynamically changing the proxy server for all outgoing traffic
Agree sr_, he could run something light like Inlab Balance and then just connect to loopback:8080 or whatever he sets it to.
Apr
7
comment How to switch “/” back to writable mode without reboot?
The block device here is read-only, so remount will fail.
Apr
7
comment How to switch “/” back to writable mode without reboot?
See serverfault.com/questions/37600/… and take a look at Womble's answer.
Apr
7
comment Specifying outgoing interface for SSH tunnel
serverfault.com/questions/243955/…
Apr
5
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Apr
4
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Apr
1
comment ext4 used space (not -m option, not deleted files)
Which options are you passing to df?
Mar
29
answered How to create a snapshot of a physical disk?
Mar
29
answered Turn a bash and php script into a distributable rpm
Mar
28
comment How to search all subdirectories and their subdirectories for the occurence of a word using grep?
Dot will search binary files. Use the -I flag to skip them.
Mar
28
comment executing multiple greps in a single find command
I was trying to answer this myself with only regex, and I found a similar question on Unix.com, with an answer of word1.*word2|word2.*word1