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May
14
comment Routing 4 Networks
I edited my answer to include the RTs you need. You were supposed to only delete all DEFAULT routes but one. Not all the routes.
May
14
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May
14
comment Routing 4 Networks
you need to specify the whole "default via xxx" for route del.
May
14
answered Routing 4 Networks
May
13
answered Can AMD and NVIDIA display cards work together on linux?
May
10
comment Vim syntax highlight length-delimited fields
Vim has no generic concept of that. Vim can highlight keywords, patterns and stuff between two patterns. You are aiming for context sensitive highlighting rules, for patterns that adapt when matching. I never hacked vim, but theoretically you can get what you want by making vim first parse the file, then create specialized highlighting rules from a template and finally have vim use the specialized rules.
May
7
comment LPIC-1 for non-professional experienced user
LPIC-1 is not a problem in terms of required skills. LPIC-1 is a matter of knowledge. I don't know if the test changes, but not too long ago it included some questions, for example about printers and modems, about stuff people hardly need these days. Means to say: even though it is not a hard and quite doable test, you still need to study for it.
May
5
comment Why is dnsmasq putting my router IP in /etc/resolv.conf instead of 127.0.0.1?
Yes, it is unbelievable that the commercial (!) makes of Ubuntu would do that to their distribution, but they messed up their DNS. Check your machine B for files in /etc/resolvconf/ and see if any appears like it may be causing your problem.
May
3
comment Can I duplicate my Apache server settings on a new Linux install?
Why don't you just copy all the files from sites-available from your old install to the new install, den go to sites-enabled and create a symlink for each available site you want enabled?
May
2
comment what's wrong with embedding php scripts inside bash ones?
I would guess if you dont quote the here-document marker the character { is in interpreted as well.
Apr
28
revised Reorder items in an XFCE4 menu
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Apr
28
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Apr
24
comment What does which's --tty-only option do?
Nice! I did't realise which can do fancy things I always figured it for as dull a tool as there are.
Apr
22
comment Why won't the for loop execute on directory
Thought: There is nothing wrong with your script and you are not experiencing any problems. You just feel your script should behave differently, for reasons you are not telling us.
Apr
19
comment Monitoring script started by rc.local
That depends on the errors you are looking for. Apparently you are not seeking to have a service run, no matter what, but you are trying to debug an application that's still under development. Testing and debugging are a little beyond the scope of what I can help you with free of context.
Apr
18
comment Monitoring script started by rc.local
init does what Anthon wrote as a comment to your question. it spawns a process and watches it. if the process is destroyed for whatever reason it is respawened. That's what respawn means in the inittab file. If you need to take special actions after the program crashes you need another program which does takes the special actions, but you haven't told us about those yet.
Apr
17
comment Monitoring script started by rc.local
@biz14: correct on the monitoring. init does that for you, as long as you don't care about details on the crash. As Ulrich points out, you don't need to reboot.
Apr
17
revised Monitoring script started by rc.local
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Apr
17
answered Monitoring script started by rc.local
Apr
17
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