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Oct
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comment How to suppress su authentication failure warning?
that wont suppress all the output from bash ;) , however I havent tested these, I would appreciate if you can tell what you observed...
Sep
27
comment Does anyone still use MINIX?
Ask Tanenbaum , he may be...........
Sep
26
comment Missing separate debuginfo for - GDB
See if this can help forums.opensuse.org/english/get-technical-help-here/…
Sep
26
comment Missing separate debuginfo for - GDB
Libraries you are using are not built with debug flag enabled.You'll need debug info for those libraries.
Sep
25
comment New menu entry in GRUB2, “file not found” and “you need to load the kernel first” errors
@r4czek:- Can you paste your grub.cfg somewhere where I can read.I'll recommend to copy paste the contents from some other menu after linux /boot/vmlinuz-3.2.0-3-amd64. like root=UUID=... OR root=/dev/disk/by-id/...
Sep
24
comment Adding breaks between every two words in bash
why dont you do something like SELECT 'Your Name:'+'\t' with your Query....it will help as delimiter flag..
Sep
24
comment What is difference between [ and [[ in BASH?
serverfault.com/questions/52034/…
Sep
24
comment Easily connecting to the internet with FreeBSD
Ok does that ethernet cord work for any other OS installed already on your system? If yes, then go ahead, and you will probably be able to find the internet connectivity. If no, then you'll need to manually install drivers for it.
Sep
24
comment Easily connecting to the internet with FreeBSD
Link to the page of online handbook....
Sep
24
comment Easily connecting to the internet with FreeBSD
And what was the link you saw???
Sep
22
comment My computer won't shut off normally
How about a shortcut to forced shutdown
Sep
22
comment New menu entry in GRUB2, “file not found” and “you need to load the kernel first” errors
I will suggest you to first troubleshoot it at grubs command prompt. Probably grub is unable to locate the file.You can put command in line by line order, and use tab key to see if grub can locate the file.Example linux [press TAB]/boot/[press TAB] if your file is listed then its some other problem otherwise use a right value in set root