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comment Mount .img file
The file does probably not contain a file system directly at the beginning. Can you post xxd -a file.img | head, please?
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answered Find the parent of a process
Nov
23
comment xdg-open doesn't handle percent encoded “file:///” urls
Yes, this is what I mean.
Nov
21
comment xdg-open doesn't handle percent encoded “file:///” urls
I could really not reproduce this. For me, this works with exactly the same package version. I suggest you to fill a Debian bug report.
Nov
21
comment xdg-open doesn't handle percent encoded “file:///” urls
I could not reproduce this. Which version of the xdg-utils package are you actually using? You can get it with apt-cache policy xdg-utils.
Nov
20
comment Vi editor, search and replace complex string
You can use a different character to avoid escaping the slash: :%s@***BNS S&P/TSX60 ROC,SERIES@***BNS S&P/TSX60 ROC SERIES@g
Nov
20
revised Negative arguments to head / tail
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Nov
20
answered Negative arguments to head / tail
Nov
20
comment Negative arguments to head / tail
What is the output of head --version? What system are you using?
Nov
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Help finding small graphical file manager
Nov
18
comment How to enable a non-root user to empty the linux buffer cache
@garethTheRed thanks, I added this to the answer.
Nov
18
revised How to enable a non-root user to empty the linux buffer cache
answer improved
Nov
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Shell one-liner for adding a line in the middle of a pipe
Nov
18
revised How to enable a non-root user to empty the linux buffer cache
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Nov
18
answered How to enable a non-root user to empty the linux buffer cache
Nov
17
comment How to scroll to the bottom or to the beginning of a terminal session in xterm?
@syntaxerror Thanks, I corrected the typo.
Nov
17
revised How to scroll to the bottom or to the beginning of a terminal session in xterm?
typo corrected
Nov
13
answered Why rejection of password is much slower than acceptance of it?
Nov
6
answered Concatenate different fields with different seperator
Nov
6
answered How to use regex in sed?