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Feb
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answered analyzing rpm -Kv output
Feb
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comment analyzing rpm -Kv output
This is not really true. I have found out that there actually are two signatures in any rpm file - one signs header-only and the second signs header+payload data. There are also two digests tho, as you say - one is md5 on header+payload and the second one (sha1) is on header-only.
Feb
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comment analyzing rpm -Kv output
Additional question: There is only one pgp signature in a rpm file, right? So why there are two lines with different validation result (NOKEY vs BAD).
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accepted Behaviour of 1>&0 in bash
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comment Behaviour of 1>&0 in bash
So /dev/pts/2 is used to provide input to a command but it is also used to capture its output. It seems strange to me that the same resource can do both things. How is it prevented that a command doesn't get as input its own output?
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revised my wifi Wireless-N 2230 can't connect occassionally
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accepted my wifi Wireless-N 2230 can't connect occassionally
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comment my wifi Wireless-N 2230 can't connect occassionally
Thank you! It is not that often that it happens so ill go with removing/adding the wifi kernel module (they say it is iwlang, in my case it is iwldvm).
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