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Oct
12
revised Are there alternatives to using `udev`?
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Oct
12
revised How can I prepend a tag to the beginning of several files?
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Oct
12
comment Are there alternatives to using `udev`?
@Graeme: Approximately 2.6.32.
Oct
12
comment Are there alternatives to using `udev`?
@Graeme: No, it cannot. It is a bit like trying to reduce complexity of a car by removing the wheels. If you're fine with booting with systemd (which does a lot), but are seriously concerned about the complexity of udev (which does less and less), then you have things really confused.
Oct
12
answered Are there alternatives to using `udev`?
Oct
5
awarded  Yearling
May
14
comment Will there be always a pair of same UID and GID?
In the second example, were you looking for id -g username?
May
14
comment What does “${-#*i}” != “$-” mean?
It is POSIX-compatible, though.
Apr
28
comment Path independent shebangs
Are you sure env isn't in both /bin and /usr/bin? Try which -a env to confirm.
Apr
15
answered `ls -l` of a file and all the directories leading to it?
Mar
20
comment What does exec 3<&1 do?
No, but it is the same as exec 3>&1.
Mar
20
comment What does exec 3<&1 do?
@orion: Internally, the same dup2() syscall is used for any kind of file descriptor; bash's x>&y vs x<&y is just syntax sugar. Also, when stdio is attached to a tty, the tty device is very often opened for read+write and just duplicated from 0 to 1 and 2.
Mar
8
revised What is the name of the formatting output from man?
Minor clarification
Mar
8
comment What is the name of the formatting output from man?
@jcubic: Not everything in the world has a name. It might easily have been "that odd thing some terminals do".
Mar
8
answered What is the name of the formatting output from man?
Mar
8
revised Starting NetworkManager before gdm.service with systemd
Unit files should always have the canonical names. I'm not sure if omitting the type even works.
Mar
8
suggested suggested edit on Starting NetworkManager before gdm.service with systemd
Dec
8
answered How to get rid of the *Personal File Sharing* bar in Nautilus?
Nov
17
comment Mutt and maildir format
@MartinVegter: You do need it, because it is part of the format. It is not something arbitrary that mutt does. You could try mh as a somewhat simpler format. (By the way, the usual convention for Maildir+ subfolders is ~/Mail/.foo.bar.baz – the "filesystem" layout, ~/Mail/foo/bar/baz, is less common.)
Oct
5
awarded  Yearling