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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
29
awarded  Custodian
Apr
29
reviewed Approve Non-GUI based pin-entry for gpg
Apr
21
revised Is there a “.bashrc” equivalent file read by all shells?
Clarified wording to get the intention clear.
Apr
21
revised How do I show simple uptime in tmux's status bar?
Language clarifications.
Apr
21
revised What does “sudo su -s /bin/bash - <username>” do?
Clarified title.
Apr
21
revised Why does startx give a black screen, with no errors?
More descriptive title, formatted as question.
Apr
21
revised How do I upgrade a program on HP-UX?
More descriptive title.
Apr
21
revised What sets the $SHELL environment variable?
Some language clarifications for faster comprehension.
Apr
21
revised On LMDE 2, why is my screen dimming after only a few seconds?
Clarified title, removed redundancy from wording.
Apr
21
comment add timestamps to recorded session via “script” command
Is there anything special in the format about these script files, or could this question be reworded to be about prepending timestamps to files in general?
Apr
21
revised Why would I tar a single file?
Clarified language to get the intention across more quickly.
Apr
21
answered add timestamps to recorded session via “script” command
Apr
21
revised How do I insert a blank page into a PDF with ghostscript or pdftk?
Formatted to be more specific.
Apr
21
revised How do I create a blank PDF from the command line?
Clarified wording.
Apr
21
comment How do I create a blank PDF from the command line?
@BartekChom I want that as a separate answer so I can upvote it.
Apr
20
comment How can I find out what linker flags are needed to use a given C library function?
Marking accepted: this is a workable method! I'm not on Debian, but here's a CW to complement this method, with some other distros' specific tools.
Apr
20
accepted How can I find out what linker flags are needed to use a given C library function?
Apr
20
answered How can I find out what linker flags are needed to use a given C library function?
Apr
20
comment How can I find out what linker flags are needed to use a given C library function?
@FaheemMitha dpkg and dlocate are Debian-specific, but that sounds like a decent method for Debian users. Add it? (I use Arch.)