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Dec
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reviewed Close Distro similar to Porteus but Debian based
Dec
18
answered Cannot use “firefox” command to run latest firefox
Dec
12
revised How do you continue a sentence with a command inside
formatting
Dec
7
reviewed Approve What is the meaning of wget -O -
Dec
6
reviewed Approve Convert file contents to lower case
Dec
5
reviewed Leave Closed Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Dec
5
reviewed Edit Give group the right to send kill signals
Dec
5
revised Give group the right to send kill signals
improved and deleted sentence
Dec
3
reviewed Reviewed How to apply updates on OpenBSD, NetBSD, and FreeBSD?
Dec
3
reviewed Close Use sed to print from the very first line until the line containing the last occurrence of a pattern?
Dec
1
comment How to update linux “locate” cache
@JohnHunt If you look up a little, you'll see that the question was migrated from ServerFault about ten hourse after I'd posted that comment.
Dec
1
answered Automatic login via ssh (no GUI environment installed / no ssh-agent available)?
Nov
26
answered text based tool for ldap queries
Nov
26
revised Security implications of running perl -ne '…' *
spelling
Nov
25
reviewed Approve Read file and find all occurances and generate hash for the content in between the occurance
Nov
22
reviewed Approve Cannot load grub4dos through kexec
Nov
22
comment How to prevent `mv` from moving a collection of files into a single regular one?
@G-Man Good points, both of them. I never even thought of shopt -s globstar, thanks for mentioning it!
Nov
21
comment disk space by individual user
The first one looks at the root directory of the server (/), the second only at /etc/main. Neither of them will show the subdirectories under /etc/main; in order to do that, you need to add a *. You can either go to /etc/main and write du -s * | sort -nr or you can write du -s /etc/main/* |sort -nr in order to get the file sizes of each subdirectory.
Nov
21
comment disk space by individual user
@NageshwaranM Those commands look very strange to me, presumably due to markdown formatting... Could you rewrite them, using the code markes (`) around the commands?
Nov
21
comment How to prevent `mv` from moving a collection of files into a single regular one?
There's More Than One Way To Do It :-)