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Nov
27
awarded  Fanatic
Nov
3
revised How to install tarball packages on a Debian based distribution?
Added formatting for inline filenames
Nov
3
revised Linux on Hard Drive Partition, Bootloader on USB Flash Drive
Added formatting for inline filenames
Nov
3
revised Mass deinterlacing with FFmpeg on Debian
added proper formatting for ffmpeg commands; word "deinterlazation" doesn't exist
Nov
3
suggested approved edit on How to install tarball packages on a Debian based distribution?
Nov
3
suggested approved edit on Linux on Hard Drive Partition, Bootloader on USB Flash Drive
Nov
3
answered Get correct number of lines in diff output
Nov
3
suggested approved edit on Mass deinterlacing with FFmpeg on Debian
Nov
2
revised Linux, disable /dev/fd0 (floppy)
removed abbreviation (someone might not know its meaning); added formatting
Nov
2
comment How do I know if dd is still working?
This might be helpful for the next time, but it won't help the OP to understand if the current command is frozen or not.
Nov
2
comment Can't delete symbolic links, permission denied
It's better not to parse ls: Greg's wiki.
Nov
2
comment What is the Linux equivalent to C:\Program Files?
This is does not respond to what the OP has asked.
Nov
2
suggested approved edit on Linux, disable /dev/fd0 (floppy)
Nov
1
comment Which “Processor family” to choose under “Processor type and features”?
@warl0ck: It seems to me that the phrase "Newer ones have 6 and older ones 15" refers to Xeon CPUs only. The OP has a Pentium processor instead. Since Pentium is neither Xeon nor Core 2, I think CONFIG_MCORE2 is not the correct option to enable. Unfortunately I don't know which is the correct one.
Oct
29
answered How to create strong passwords in Linux?
Oct
27
accepted Find files that were not installed by the package manager
Oct
27
answered Find files that were not installed by the package manager
Oct
26
comment Can't compile kernel in gentoo
In alternative to manually using ln, one can also use eselect with the kernel module. eselect is part of the app-admin/eselect package.
Oct
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
19
revised Why the code in a for loop is executed only in the first directory in a bash shell?
Added formatting; removed ugly abbreviation