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Jan
19
comment Uncopyable 5GB file, BTRFS
@not-a-user Too quickly for the onboard buffers to keep up? Too quickly for the heat sinks to leech off the heat generated from it? There are a lot of ways a drive can fail.
Dec
17
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Oct
14
answered Force-Mount windows hibernated partition in Read/Write mode
Oct
14
reviewed Approve Finding the Process which resulted in Kernel Panic
Oct
14
revised Excluding specific date and time in cronjob
added 2 characters in body
Oct
14
revised Excluding specific date and time in cronjob
Fix formatting.
Oct
14
answered Excluding specific date and time in cronjob
Oct
14
revised Icons are not showing on application bar on my fluxbox
Correct typo in title
Oct
14
comment Icons are not showing on application bar on my fluxbox
Did you recently change your system configuration? Install a new version of anything? Change your fluxbox theme?
Oct
11
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Sep
13
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Sep
8
revised How to use GoToMeeting in Linux
Broken link - replaced link with Wayback Machine archived version
Jul
13
comment X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
Use Gist to post the large file.
Jul
13
comment X won't start after Ignoring BGRT
Can you post the contents of Xorg.0.log?
May
27
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Mar
4
comment How to disable SSLv3 in Apache?
I found this tool that will test, among other things, whether your server has SSLv3 disabled: ssllabs.com/ssltest/index.html
Feb
4
comment Setting repeat rate of USB keyboard automatically
Having the same issue. Any way to integrate your fix into xorg.conf?
Jan
9
comment Why does a linux guest consume 100% of the host CPU under VirtualBox when the guest appears idle?
Running cpufreq-set -g powersave on the guest machine may help keep CPU frequencies down when the guest machine is idle.
Jan
8
comment Tiny directory on ext4 file system taking up 2024 blocks?
Also, how terrible a practice would it be if you created a 10GB file, then truncated it to 2GB, only to have du report the size as 10GB of unreclaimable space? ext4 does not do this so by your logic it doesn't care about disk fragmentation either, or at least only selectively so.
Jan
7
comment Adding timestamp into log file via cronjob command
Do you know what's causing the error?