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Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Oct
9
comment What's the idea behind rm not removing non-writable file by default?
I don't think I got your answer correctly. I wonder why rm issues such warning in a first place, why are read only files treated differently from writable files. I know when this warning is shown, I wonder why.
Oct
9
asked What's the idea behind rm not removing non-writable file by default?
Aug
26
accepted GNU screen - kill outer nested session
Aug
25
awarded  Commentator
Aug
25
comment GNU screen - kill outer nested session
No, redisplay doesn't change anything. I don't think screen is in a broken state, there are just 2 caption lines simultaneously one above the another.
Aug
25
asked GNU screen - kill outer nested session
Mar
27
accepted ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Mar
27
comment ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Oh damn, that was so simple. I learn every day. I consider switching to zsh right now, it seems to have many enhancements over bash, some guy here is using it too.
Mar
27
comment ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Yes, forgot to mention that this also helps helps to omit grep in ps output in subshell when a2draw is running. But why?
Mar
27
awarded  Editor
Mar
27
revised ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
added 5 characters in body
Mar
27
asked ps | grep shows bad output in subshell with jobs running in the background
Feb
3
accepted OpenSSH - map aliases in ~/.ssh/config to IP addresses in command line
Jan
28
asked OpenSSH - map aliases in ~/.ssh/config to IP addresses in command line
Oct
30
comment Why does dd change the filesystem on the external disk?
Yes, this I am worried about hardware dependencies, but I think this and LAN install are my only options now, so I'll give it a try
Oct
30
comment Why does dd change the filesystem on the external disk?
Ok, thanks, I'll give it a try
Oct
30
comment Why does dd change the filesystem on the external disk?
I thought about it too. What problems can I expect?
Oct
30
awarded  Supporter
Oct
30
comment Why does dd change the filesystem on the external disk?
I wonder if it will work with my broken USB ports. If I turn on a computer without a USB stick it's ok, but if I go to BIOS settings and plug in USB I cannot do anything, change menu or something, it's completely frozen, I need to unplug USB to be able to use anything. Maybe LAN installation is the way to go. I'm lost