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Oct
16
answered Meaning of \ before environment variable
Oct
8
answered Postfix or mutt changes subject string
Oct
8
answered CRON path problems
Oct
8
answered FreeBSD 10 root certificate store
Oct
7
comment CMake fetch failed on FreeBSD when installing KDevelop
Yes - rm -rf /usr/ports will do the trick. portsnap will rebuild the tree for you.
Oct
7
answered CMake fetch failed on FreeBSD when installing KDevelop
Oct
6
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
6
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
2
reviewed Approve suggested edit on intel-graphics tag wiki excerpt
Sep
26
answered Howto include output of a script into the zsh prompt
Sep
25
comment Enabling support for AddressSanitizer in FreeBSD
@eyoung100 Indeed there is. Place the patch in the port's ./files subdirectory, and ensure its name begins with patch-. The ports system will apply the patch before it goes on to configure and build the port.
Sep
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on chroot for sftp user
Sep
18
comment Mutt: Emaillist emails not be shown in inbox and still readable in some file, how to do it?
What do you mean by "does not work"? What error message do you receive?
Sep
17
answered Mutt: Emaillist emails not be shown in inbox and still readable in some file, how to do it?
Sep
16
comment Mutt: Emaillist emails not be shown in inbox and still readable in some file, how to do it?
How is mail delivered to your inbox? Do you manage the SMTP server or do you know the person who does? Are you able to use mail filtering tools to handle final delivery for you?
Sep
11
answered Where should I mount a disk to store backups?
Sep
9
answered Emptying a file for root user does not work
Sep
8
answered org-mode How to link to an rmail message
Aug
27
comment Running Apache server causing machine to run out of space
@Kevdog777 That should do it.
Aug
27
comment Running Apache server causing machine to run out of space
As well as removing the log files, did you restart apache? Until you do, the kernel won't be able to free the disk space they occupied.