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comment How can I “reset” aptitude?
At this point, you should just reinstall.
Apr
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answered How to check from bash if package exists in debian
Mar
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comment Clear the arp cache on linux, really
@jeckyll2hide Please edit that information into your original answer, so more people can see it without digging into the comments.
Mar
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comment Clear the arp cache on linux, really
What are you trying to accomplish here? Or more clearly, what problem are you trying to solve?
Feb
18
comment “Permanently added the RSA host key” what does it mean?
No program will ever try and create an identity for you without your consent. As for why you're getting prompted for a password, that usually indicates you haven't properly deployed your key to the remote system or alternatively it is asking for you to give your key pass phrase (if you password-protected your key, which you should always do).
Feb
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answered “Permanently added the RSA host key” what does it mean?
Jan
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comment Unable to configure eth1 and eth2 properly on Ubuntu
Did you restart networking after making the changes to /etc/network/interfaces?
Jan
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comment Why http.conf Variations
That depends on how you're installing apache.
Dec
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comment Why is a named pipe as slow as writing to a file?
When do we get to stop worrying about the seek time of our block devices? :)
Dec
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comment Slackware internet gateway with iptables / poor browsing performance
Sounds like possible state table exhaustion. What do the kernel logs say?
Dec
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comment Slackware internet gateway with iptables / poor browsing performance
Define "unusable browsing". What symptoms are you experiencing?
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May
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comment Old X11 config for vmware guest
Oh good lord, why?!?
Feb
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comment Inconsistencies between redirecting input from file, here docs, and here strings
Good question. Might be handled better over at Unix & Linux, though. I've voted to have it migrated over there.
Feb
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comment Linux file system that ages off older files when partition is full
Disagree if you like, but all the examples you give fulfill a filesystem's chief goal of storing files, not deleting files.
Feb
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comment Linux file system that ages off older files when partition is full
You aren't looking for a filesystem. Filesystems excel at storing files in a resilient fashion, with no other goals. What you want are some other userland tools to unlink old files. Or perhaps you should just use Amazon S3 with a bucket expiration policy.