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Apr
22
asked How do I punch a hole (FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE) in a file from command line?
Apr
22
answered How do I punch a hole (FALLOC_FL_PUNCH_HOLE) in a file from command line?
Apr
20
asked UNIX sockets vs AF_NETLINK vs Kdbus vs Binder
Apr
19
answered How to store a large folder in a single file without compression
Apr
10
comment Is there a thing like “veth”, but without link-level headers?
Outer problem is setting up networking in a network namespace using custom program. MAC addresses were a problem, I worked it around by using "ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff". But it's even cleaner to get rid of random MAC addresses entirely.
Apr
10
comment Is there a thing like “veth”, but without link-level headers?
@gnp, tun0 appeared. Where is the other end? It should be moved to other network namespace.
Apr
10
awarded  Yearling
Apr
7
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
6
asked Is there a thing like “veth”, but without link-level headers?
Mar
13
comment How do I disable graphical password prompt from SSH?
ssh-agent is in use, but typically don't cause problems, it just saves the passphrase for id_dsa.
Mar
13
asked How do I disable graphical password prompt from SSH?
Mar
2
revised How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
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Mar
2
answered How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
Mar
2
comment How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
Word Designators Word designators are used to select desired words from the event. -> Events? Is it that annoying (bash: !": event not found) thing that gets into my way and drops my command line when I forgot to escape !?
Mar
2
comment How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
I type !:0 !:2 !:1 after /path/to/source.txt, but nothing happens. Obviously, I don't want to execute the incorrect command line.
Mar
1
revised How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
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Mar
1
asked How do I swap the two last command line arguments?
Mar
1
awarded  Excavator
Mar
1
revised Best way to swap filenames
Terminology: s/filenames/files/
Mar
1
comment Swap two files in bash
Using script: T=$(mktemp tmp.XXXXXXXX); mv -- "$1" "$T" && mv -- "$2" "$1" && mv -- "$T" "$2"