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howdy!


May
27
comment How to persist ulimit settings in OSX Mavericks?
see my answer below.
Feb
10
comment In Debian 7, which user does bind9 use to start the daemon?
@Braiam bonus point for you if you can figure out why bind running as root cannot read the file.
Feb
8
comment In Debian 7, which user does bind9 use to start the daemon?
"Permission denied" never happens to root user when it attempts to read a file. Linux does not stop root from reading any file in file system no matter what permission the file has. Bind daemon or the daemon script probably switched user somehow, and that's what I would like to get answer of.
Feb
8
comment In Debian 7, which user does bind9 use to start the daemon?
I did chmod -R 000 /etc/apache2 and apache2 does not complain.
Jan
13
comment What does rpm -H do?
woah dude, thanks, that's pretty awesome.
Jan
13
comment What does rpm -H do?
I mean rpm 4.8 specifically
Jan
13
comment What does rpm -H do?
@UVV Affirmative.
Jan
6
comment How to delete (not disable/mask) a unit in Systemd?
@Nils Arch linux
Dec
28
comment What does aux mean in `ps aux`?
Thanks very much. I just checked manual page of ps in Linux and it has information regarding aux, MacOS' manual page does not have such information, it might be a document bug.
Dec
28
comment What does aux mean in `ps aux`?
@jordanm In this manual page, there is not any explained option without leading dash, I am afraid.
Dec
28
comment What does aux mean in `ps aux`?
According to my manual page (MacOS), u means "Display the processes belonging to the specified usernames"
Dec
16
comment How to delete (not disable/mask) a unit in Systemd?
@EliasProbst the files and symbol links systemd creates automatically after I run systemd enable <service_name>.
Nov
29
comment Why are there so few “running” processes?
Thanks. What does top do to classify itself as a running process all the time? My system has many other processes which use much more CPU time than top.
May
29
comment Is NetworkManager itself capable of creating a new Wifi connection?
Thank you, nice tldr
May
2
comment Other than /etc/rc.conf what other config files control system services at boot time?
awesome answer, thanks a lot, that's exactly where sendmail and syslog started
May
2
comment Other than /etc/rc.conf what other config files control system services at boot time?
There does not seem to be systemd. This is a fresh installation of freebsd 9.1 from dvd image.