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Jun
8
answered Does asynchronous disk IO affect swap usage?
Jun
7
answered How are files opened in unix?
Apr
23
comment Is memory in user space always low to high
With last changes I don't see principal difference between BE and LE architectures. In both if you store 4 byte value at address N they will occupy bytes N...N+3. Yep, saving order differs, but none will save as N-3...N. Does it reply your question?
Apr
23
answered Do I compile Ubuntu Source code on Red Hat System?
Apr
23
answered Is memory in user space always low to high
Apr
20
comment FreeBSD 10 does not boot after clean install
First, with GPT, you should use /boot/pmbr instead of /boot/mbr. Then, boot partition should contain /boot/gptboot. Try to follow instructions from gptboot(8) manpage to restore booting.
Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Dec
23
comment Why there is no Linux Handbook?
I see your point but can't agree. Linux as kernel isn't sticked e.g. to X, nor X is sticked to Linux. Ubuntu how migrates to Mir instead of X and Wayland is in plans; OTOH there is no X in a WRT based router. So what will be present in such book except local and obsoleted descriptions?
Dec
23
comment Why there is no Linux Handbook?
Why do you think there is a "core"? Linux Documentation/ is just kernel documentation. It doesn't know anything on graphics environment, games, text editors, compiler, etc. And there is no "zombie repeat" if e.g. one distro uses KDE but another is based on XFCE. Either you chasing mirages or simply mistaking the needed docs type. There won't be kernel-only handbook, no need in it. Please determine carefully what you need or explain an exact search request.
Dec
23
answered Why there is no Linux Handbook?
Dec
23
comment Determine if a specific process is 32- or 64-Bit
I've tested your recipe and it failed. OpenSuSE 12.2, x86-64, kernel 3.4.63-2.44-default, /bin/bash. The /proc/$pid/maps lines for the binary and the first heap are written in 32-bit style, but all others are in 64-bit style. Likely they are printed using "%08x", but anyway this recipe shall be adjusted.
Dec
18
comment Why use superflous dash (-) to pass option flags to tar?
You've also missed an important step: before inventing GNU style options with "--", Posix.2 specified to use "-W" for the same goal and this was supported by several Unix flavors. GNU getopt allows them in parallel if add "W;" to its option string, but two-hyphen style is recommended which is easier to read.
Dec
18
answered Why use install rather cp and mkdir?
May
25
revised Why are reboot, shutdown and poweroff symlinks to systemctl?
fix order of main() arguments
May
25
suggested suggested edit on Why are reboot, shutdown and poweroff symlinks to systemctl?
Apr
2
revised iptables: multiple exclusions on port forwarding
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Apr
2
answered iptables: multiple exclusions on port forwarding
Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Feb
27
comment Where is the cron timer
Neither standard Vixie cron nor most current analogs like anacron can this. But evolution doesn't stop and, e.g., systemd invents its own cron. Did you analyze it?
Feb
27
comment enable networking inside a freebsd jail
Also I'm wondering what you try to do with network setup on EC2 guest system. As far as I see from their usage, you can't simply assign an arbitrary IP to interface, because you shall use the addresses offered by the cloud provider. As the result, you will have 1) 127.0.0.1, 2) an IP which maps to external world (via transparent NAT) and 3) optionally, IP of an internal network. That's all and all other IPs won't be visible from outside even if you assign them to an interface. So all these plays with your IPs will fail. Why do you need jails instead of EC2 micro instances?