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Jan
16
revised Internet(ADSL) connection doesn't seem to be working on Arch
Add note about Unix compatability of examples.
Jan
16
comment Internet(ADSL) connection doesn't seem to be working on Arch
@Gilles I was wondering about that: I specifically used them because someone else critiqued another answer for suggesting ifconfig instead of ip. Is there a universal set of commands? (For instance, does ifconfig, and route work on all Unices? Do other unicies have policy routing (that is, alternate routing tables and rules)?
Jan
16
revised Internet(ADSL) connection doesn't seem to be working on Arch
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Jan
16
revised Internet(ADSL) connection doesn't seem to be working on Arch
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Jan
16
answered Internet(ADSL) connection doesn't seem to be working on Arch
Jan
15
comment Is there a scripting language with C-like syntax?
@mouviciel Even though the word "recommendation" isn't in there, and the question is literally asking about the existence, it is apparent the author is intending to use one of the answers, thus, it is a recommendation. A disclaimer is definitely helpful.
Jan
15
answered Is there a scripting language with C-like syntax?
Jan
15
revised wgetpaste alternatives?
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Jan
15
answered wgetpaste alternatives?
Jan
15
revised What distribution-maintained cross-compile toolchain packages exist?
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Jan
15
revised What distribution-maintained cross-compile toolchain packages exist?
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Jan
14
revised What distribution-maintained cross-compile toolchain packages exist?
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Jan
14
comment Remove files, which provided by pipe
@Roland add cut -f2 -d' ' to the pipeline right before the suggested xargs
Jan
14
asked What distribution-maintained cross-compile toolchain packages exist?
Jan
14
revised Open a file given by the result of a command in vim
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Jan
14
revised Iterate over the output of a command in bash without a subshell
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Jan
11
revised What happens when a USB drive is plugged in?
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Jan
11
revised What happens when a USB drive is plugged in?
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Jan
10
revised What happens when a USB drive is plugged in?
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Jan
10
answered What happens when a USB drive is plugged in?