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Mar
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answered BSD browser information
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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revised Howto install gcc on NetBSD 6.1.2?
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Jan
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answered Howto install gcc on NetBSD 6.1.2?
Oct
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accepted Daemons not starting during the boot on PUIAS (RedHat) 6.4
Oct
25
asked Daemons not starting during the boot on PUIAS (RedHat) 6.4
Oct
20
revised What type of permissions should a user's home directory and files have?
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Oct
7
comment Rsnapshot via SSH speed issue
@Martin Schröder I am getting OK speed with the blowfish cipher but your comment is very valuable as usual. Thank you.
Oct
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revised Rsnapshot via SSH speed issue
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Oct
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
6
comment Rsnapshot via SSH speed issue
@msw Removing --bwlimit did a trick. I should have been more careful accepting default values from a sample file. Additionally I am doing -c blowfish ssh which furthers speeds the thing. Our NFSv4 has a problem with large files over 4GB otherwise I would mount a damn thing.
Oct
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asked Rsnapshot via SSH speed issue
Aug
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awarded  Tumbleweed
May
27
revised On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 how can I use Python 2.7 as default not Python 2.6? I did but still showing 2.6?
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May
27
comment On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 how can I use Python 2.7 as default not Python 2.6? I did but still showing 2.6?
@YumYumYum NO!!! Absolutely not! RedHat uses Python in its systems tools. You do not want to mess with system Python no matter how obsolete it might look to you.
May
27
revised On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 how can I use Python 2.7 as default not Python 2.6? I did but still showing 2.6?
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May
27
answered Installing Gnome on FreeBSD
May
27
answered On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2 how can I use Python 2.7 as default not Python 2.6? I did but still showing 2.6?
May
21
comment Why is FreeBSD deprecating GCC in favor of Clang/LLVM?
Sorry I had to vote this down. Unfortunately your unfamiliarity with BSDs and software lows shows. Just for the record it was political not technical decision that lead BSDs from switching from its traditional Portable C Compiler (PCC) to GCC in early nineties. Clang is Apple project! As somebody who uses GCC on daily base for living on OpenBSD which is trying to move back to PCC you are just wrong in all accounts.
May
21
comment How to Save X Session — ArchLinux+Openbox
@jasonwryan Ok. I didn't know that you guys are using just peaces of X like FreeBSD.My Xenocara on OpenBSD include entire XOrg