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Oct
30
comment ping output statistics to file
Guess your different environment are giving different results. I'm running Debian 8.
Oct
30
comment ping output statistics to file
Interesting, I tested before write the comment. Just tried again and worked as before. Please try the output redirector (>) instead of tee command and let me know.
Oct
30
answered ping output statistics to file
Oct
27
comment logging and debugging for qemu virtual machines
Have you tried to use libvirt's functions instead?
Oct
9
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May
28
comment pip install gives “TypeError: 'int' object is not iterable ”
you're right. I had the same problem two days ago. And your answer was also my solution. Vote up for you.
May
27
comment Remote SSH into raspberry pi
Just to check, did you install and enabled SSH service?
Apr
27
comment Why is the kernel version not updated when I upgrade to a newer release?
Please let me know after you change the file. I'll write a proper and more explained answer for future searcher.
Apr
27
comment Why is the kernel version not updated when I upgrade to a newer release?
I think you have to check your sources.list, since Jessie is now the current stable. Try replacing 'testing' for 'stable'.
Apr
10
comment is it possible to create a macro-like user defined shell command?
Ok @John, add the line to ~/.profile or /etc/profile to be read by any interactive shell in a Unix like system. But just in case, check your shell's documentation for such specific constraints. Have a nice day. :)
Apr
10
comment is it possible to create a macro-like user defined shell command?
@John, just add the line to your ~/.bashrc. Then it will be available to any shell your user creates. Or even /etc/bash.bashrc to make available to any user at your system.
Apr
10
answered is it possible to create a macro-like user defined shell command?
Apr
2
comment Is there a way to switch interface only by interface name?
@LingyuanHe, I just edited my previous answer. Anything, let me know.
Apr
2
revised Is there a way to switch interface only by interface name?
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Apr
2
answered Is there a way to switch interface only by interface name?
Apr
2
comment How do I use man pages to learn how to use commands?
@nwildner, you deserve a candy after such huge and well formated answer. Good job!
Mar
24
comment How to tell the memory usage of each background job
@cnduo I think is the other way around. Cause top would update the process usage automatically, since the application would variate it's resources demand. ps would give a snapshot value.
Mar
24
answered How to tell the memory usage of each background job
Jan
21
answered How to automate Linux server configuration?
Sep
26
answered merge mutiple files using common column