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answered RaspberryPi- Bash entry explanation
Jan
29
comment Implement a shell in a bash script
You need to modify the history by hand.
Jan
27
comment Files mysteriously disappearing
Search for the format of your filesystem (probably ext3 or ext4) and/or the name of you disk (like sda1, sdb3 ...). Both are usually displayed if you call mount without any parameter. Look also for I/O errors. Was the system properly restarted since yesterday or where there a sudden power-off etc.?
Jan
27
comment Files mysteriously disappearing
What file systems are you using? Are there any warning messages in dmesg? You can try to run a undelete tool to see if it was accidentally deleted. Search for .mp3 you are missing - maybe it was moved accidentally somewhere else.
Jan
26
comment Git “unknown revision” error when within bash script
I cannot reproduce this bug. General advice: Do not forget to quote variables in bash shell scripts properly.
Jan
23
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Jan
21
comment Linux: LUKS and multiple hard drives
@Shiji.Jiang The systemd in Debian 8 does not support keyscript. If only root and swap are encrypted and they are both unlocked during initramfs phase (where systemd is not yet active), it at least somehow works (systemd gives error messages, but system boots correctly).
Jan
20
comment How to check who run updates or installed packages on Debian?
etckeeper is also a good idea to track changes. Commits are also triggered with apt.
Jan
20
comment Linux: LUKS and multiple hard drives
@Shiji.Jiang I know system on Debian Jessie and Wheezy using sucessfully keyscript. If you using another release or other keyscripts have a look at the BTS.
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Getting list of corrupted file from folder and its sub folder
Jan
16
answered Why in Boot loader most often written in assembly language?
Jan
12
comment Make a shortcut to a program that changes to its directory
Have a look at .desktop files.
Jan
10
comment No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
AFAIK You can at least delete the *.old-dkms file if you current system boots without problem - it is just a backup / failback file.
Jan
10
comment No space left to free up on rootfs partition to upgrade kernel
Sometimes there are old files in /boot from previous kernels left which you can delete safely. Please list /boot.
Jan
8
reviewed Approve trisquel tag wiki excerpt
Jan
8
reviewed Approve trisquel tag wiki
Jan
8
comment How can I avoid always having to use `eval 'ssh-agent -s'`
Are you sure, that the the ssh-agent did not run previously? The ssh-reagent script does not start new ones.
Jan
8
comment How can I avoid always having to use `eval 'ssh-agent -s'`
You need to call the ssh-reagent() function (the gist only define it). There need also already a ssh-agent running.
Jan
8
comment How can I avoid always having to use `eval 'ssh-agent -s'`
Maybe a ssh-reagent script may help you?