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I am a scripting language connoisseur, regular expression aficionado, network geek, general lover of Linux and a frequent contributor to open source software. I transitioned to programming from other work because I was too busy automating my own work environment to actually do the other work. I have a hobby interest in cartography. For more see my personal site. Most importantly, my life is defined by the grace of God given to men through Jesus Christ. It is my ambition that everything I do would reflect His glory and point people towards Him.


Jun
27
comment How to clear journalctl
@ŁukaszZaroda In that case you are going to have to define "safe". Normally "I want to blow away something that a daemon is configured to keep" is incompatible with "safe". If you want to force it just shut down the service and zero out the log files. If you want it to work normally you should define the parameters in your question better. What do you mean by "safe"?
Jun
27
revised How to clear journalctl
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Jun
27
answered How to clear journalctl
Jun
27
awarded  Synonymizer
Jun
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
26
revised Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
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Jun
26
reviewed Close Authentication failed
Jun
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I set up a OpenVPN server on pfsense
Jun
26
revised Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
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Jun
26
comment Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
Connor the answer you accepted has both the right answer and a wrong answer. Guessing from comments it looks like you picked up on the half that was the wrong answer. You should really heed this warning and use the other way instead.
Jun
26
answered Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
Jun
25
revised zsh: set TERM=screen-256color in tmux, but xterm-256color without tmux
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Jun
25
answered zsh: set TERM=screen-256color in tmux, but xterm-256color without tmux
Jun
25
reviewed Close tmux: ncurses apps are displayed wrong (with garbage and so on)
Jun
25
comment How can I responsibly run updates automatically on Arch Linux?
@jasonwryan I meant to expand on that, but I do actually have some AUR packages I would like to fit in the same workflow. I currently make extensive use of yaourt and sorely miss the fact that there is no dry-run support for package management operations! :/
Jun
25
reviewed Close Dynamic congifuration of monitors (Debian, Intel i915)
Jun
25
asked How can I responsibly run updates automatically on Arch Linux?
Jun
24
reviewed Close Can't install inkscape on Ubuntu?
Jun
24
reviewed Close From Python script to Kernel Module