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Jul
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comment Which NVIDIA driver should I use?
It means proprietary, i.e. not open source (código abierto).
Jul
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Jul
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comment Why are UNIX/POSIX system call namings so illegible?
This is why.
Jul
5
comment Floating time cron job
You're looking for anacron.
Jun
18
comment How to pipe output from cat to cut
@brenguy That would be an entirely separate question. Here we prefer distinct questions to be asked separately, as this is not a forum and not intended to be.
Jun
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answered How to pipe output from cat to cut
Jun
5
comment What are the three mandatory checks to be done after a unix/linux reboot?
I only check Zabbix after rebooting.
Jun
4
comment Force IPv4 over IPv6 only for certain addresses
You can drop the MTU to the minimum 1280, which should always work, and you really won't lose much throughput. Otherwise it's experimentation.
Jun
4
comment Force IPv4 over IPv6 only for certain addresses
This suggests your ISP is tunnelling IPv6 somewhere in their network, rather than running native dual stack (the normal best practice). If you have a home router of your own, lowering the MTU on its WAN interface should help.
May
22
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May
22
reviewed Approve Who was the original author of logrotate and what year was it written?
May
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answered Who was the original author of logrotate and what year was it written?
May
9
comment Circular dependency in Ubuntu Release upgrade
It's impossible to know without seeing the entire output.
May
6
comment dd shows a random number of records in/out
@Gilles What relevance is the marked duplicate to this question? It discusses a completely different issue.
May
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May
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comment dd shows a random number of records in/out
Hm. iflag=fullblock makes dd report the expected numbers, but then it's almost 20% slower.
May
6
accepted dd shows a random number of records in/out
May
6
comment dd shows a random number of records in/out
Because > gives me no feedback. And this will eventually be part of a larger backup script.
May
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May
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asked dd shows a random number of records in/out