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Mar
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accepted Why is `du --apparent-size` sometimes off by more than 90%?
Nov
5
answered “alternatives” for shared libraries? Does that even work?
Nov
5
comment Why is `du --apparent-size` sometimes off by more than 90%?
@Mark Wagner: It's AUFS, according to docs.travis-ci.com/user/workers/container-based-infrastructure
Nov
5
comment “alternatives” for shared libraries? Does that even work?
What does ldd $your_executable look like? As far as I understand your explanation, it would not list libblas.so, but libopenblas.so (or whatever it is called).
Nov
4
revised Why is `du --apparent-size` sometimes off by more than 90%?
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Nov
4
comment Why is `du --apparent-size` sometimes off by more than 90%?
To clarify, all entries in the filesystem tree in question are plain contiguous files, symlinks and directories. There are no sparse files. There are no device files, FIFOs, or any other funky business.
Nov
4
asked Why is `du --apparent-size` sometimes off by more than 90%?
Oct
31
awarded  Yearling
Oct
31
accepted Within fakeroot, why does chown return EPERM even though it succeeds (but then again it didn't)?
Oct
31
revised Within fakeroot, why does chown return EPERM even though it succeeds (but then again it didn't)?
missing an include
Oct
31
asked Within fakeroot, why does chown return EPERM even though it succeeds (but then again it didn't)?
Oct
25
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
14
awarded  Editor
Oct
14
comment Is there a nice packaging tool for configuration packages?
Edited the question to clarify that I'm not looking for a configuration management tool.
Oct
14
revised Is there a nice packaging tool for configuration packages?
clarification: I know all the traditional conf. mgmt. tools and they are not what I'm looking for
Oct
14
awarded  Commentator
Oct
14
comment Is there a nice packaging tool for configuration packages?
I use Chef at work, and that convinced me never to let this horrible bloated mess near my private systems.
Oct
14
comment Is there a nice packaging tool for configuration packages?
I sketched it out in my head, and can't see that fitting within a dozen lines of shell script.
Oct
14
asked Is there a nice packaging tool for configuration packages?
Oct
14
comment Configuration management via versioned packages
@chuckus: I had the same idea for my private machines and implemented a minimalistic configuration management on top of the package manager: holocm.org (see github.com/majewsky/system-configuration for a complete example)