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reviewed Approve loadkeys has (almost) no effect
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
asked Use HDMI for audio ouput only
Sep
24
comment Using per-user keyboard XKBOPTIONS for all desktop environments
What happend to ${HOME}/.xsessionrc? I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 and it still honors it ...
Sep
24
comment “abbreviation” for dd$ if current line is empty
I don't know what configurations you guys are using, but using the actual vim (vi improved), in insert mode the backspace key performs exactly as in "other editors". Or am I missing something?
Sep
24
comment Is iptables -p proto -m proto redundant?
IIRC it is a relatively new feature that iptables guesses which modules it has to load, in order to get certain functionality. TCP at least used to be a module that one could choose to load or not. So -m tcp -p tcp would be the most portable version of TCP rules
Sep
24
comment Accidentally deleted /dev/tty, how to bring it back on debian7?
5. It would really surprise me if it wasn't.
Sep
24
reviewed Leave Open Send/Receive bandwidth monitor per application?
Sep
24
reviewed Close How to migrate MySQL and Apache data & settings, if a machine is not working but I can mount the old drive on a new one?
Sep
24
reviewed Close If I use one of the exec family functions to open a child process, will pipes to parent be applied to the child?
Sep
24
reviewed Reject How do I set my DNS on Ubuntu 14.04?
Sep
24
revised What does env x='() { :;}; command' bash do and why is it insecure?
edited title, mostly to remove backticks which don't work in titles
Sep
24
revised What does env x='() { :;}; command' bash do and why is it insecure?
Apparently, today I like writing "like" and "liked" instead of "link" and "linked"
Sep
24
answered What does env x='() { :;}; command' bash do and why is it insecure?
Sep
24
comment Does Linux provide Predictive Self-Healing on x86?
Actually, the article you linked says that the Linux in Linux on POWER does not have self healing capabilities. While Linux has all the monitoring and configuration capabilites to implement "self-healing", I don't know about any ready to use systems. I suppose systemd will be able to do it better in a foreseeable version anyways.
Sep
22
awarded  Custodian
Sep
22
reviewed Approve Iptables and Ip6tables redirect traffic
Sep
22
comment More shell scripts than one in one text file?
Hello and welcome to ul.sx! If you don't mind typing exit instead of end., then yes, there is.
Sep
22
awarded  Custodian
Sep
22
reviewed Close New to Linux. Working out what commands do