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reviewed Close Cannot execute binary file on Linux server
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revised Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
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comment Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
Oh, also, my ln command was backwards, sorry. Fixed!
Nov
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comment Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
You could use another path too if /tmp isn't working, like /etc. You also don't need a symlink at all - just copy the contents of /proc/mounts into your new file.
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answered Script to insert line into files in sub-dirs
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comment Script to insert line into files in sub-dirs
If you're using GCC, you could go one step further and use -include headerfile.h on the command line. No source code changes at all!
Nov
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comment Cannot execute binary file on Linux server
Goez is right. The bash error indicates that you ran . knime instead of ./knime.
Nov
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comment dig @nameserver doesn't work
You said: "Root servers will not answer queries". The root server will answer. It will say, "I don't know, here are the nameservers to ask next." Anyway, regardless of how nitpicky you want to get, your answer was not useful, which is exactly what a downvote is for. The asker was having problems with a firewall blocking replies, and you discussed unrelated details about how root nameservers don't include A responses in their answers.
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comment Script to insert line into files in sub-dirs
Can't you just add the root to your compiler's include path and use #include <headerfile.h> everywhere?
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answered Linking /proc/mnt to /proc/mounts
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answered Debian 2.6.32-5-amd64 I have all torrents client use only 100 MB speed but I have worked 1 GB
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comment cinnamon doesn't start, bumblebee problem
ppa-purge, despite its name, does not actually remove packages. It only removes the named PPA from your apt configuration, then reinstalls any packages that have a version present in your remaining repositories. If there's a package that was provided by the PPA and not part of your standard repository, like bumblebee and bumblebee-nvidia, ppa-purge won't remove them. See Bug 945967 for confirmation. Run dpkg -l | grep bumblebee to see what bits of Bumblebee are still installed. If it shows no output, it's fully gone.
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comment cinnamon doesn't start, bumblebee problem
But did you use --purge when removing it? Removing the package without purging the configuration is likely the reason it was still broken.
Nov
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answered remotely query text file associated with an instance of vi
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answered cinnamon doesn't start, bumblebee problem
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answered Cannot change baud rate on usb serial device
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comment dig @nameserver doesn't work
I downvoted because it is wrong. The root servers will answer queries, with a NS record pointing to the next server in the hierarchy that may be able to answer. They will not simply drop queries and send no response, which is what the asker was seeing.