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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can a file be corrupted by copying from NFS to CIFS?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Make a deb package that installs data under /var/www/data
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@lgeorget: you could bei right. The op wont explain
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@lgeorget: "burning" in the sense of "heating significantly beyond friction with the intention to store data" happens only with discs, not disks, and definetly not flash drives. Yet we still don't know if the OP wants the ISO written to the flash drive or a partition on the same ...
Jul
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@lgeorget: If that's what burning onto a flash drive is ...
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@Fiodor: I'll have to disagree, I'm afraid. The man page for wget states quite unambiguously in the section on the -O option "If - is used as file, documents will be printed to standard output"
Jul
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@NatusVincere: Could you please elaborate on the process of burning onto USB flash disks? I am not familiar with this. What does it accomplish?
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comment How to burn an iso while downloading it
@lgeorget: Why would it need that? Back in the day it used to be the way to go to mkisofs ... | cdrecord .... If that information is really required it's probably in the meta information of the iso-image. I have forgotten most of it, but appart from buffer underrun problems, which also should be a thing of the past, I do not see why wget -O - http://path.to/image.iso | cdrecord ... should not work. I'm just not posting an answer because I don't recall which parameters cdrecord needs, let alone what's sensible for the problem at hand.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on RHEL6 Can't make my script run on shutdown and reboot
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comment How can I quickly return back to the last working directory?
pushd, popd, dirs
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comment forwarding not working in iptables from 8006 to 443
Then "I want to redirect the Port 8006 to 443." is not your only goal. You need to tell us what you have, what you want, what you have tried and what happened during your attempts, especially when you gave up.
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comment forwarding not working in iptables from 8006 to 443
You need to give a clear description of what you intend to do. Did the numberswapping i suggested help you at all? If not you need to improve your problem description. Not the firewall rules, the problem you want to solve.
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answered forwarding not working in iptables from 8006 to 443
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Cannot retrieve metalink for repository: fedora/20/i386
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revised iproute wiki excerpt
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asked What's the exact behaviour of the command: ip address change?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Remote File Memory Mapping
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wiki created iproute excerpt