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Jan
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answered gimp-plugin cannot find gtk/gtk.h
Jan
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reviewed Approve Suppress output unless non-zero exit code
Dec
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comment Check that mashine was rebooted
@Velkan some distributions do not mount tmp at tmpfs. Some might have no /dev/shm but this is very unlikely. You could make the thing auto-adjustible: create a temp file on a first available tmpfs that the user has write access to and memorise the path in a settings file
Dec
11
answered Check that mashine was rebooted
Dec
11
comment How to know if I can use ssh keypairs?
check the access mode on ~/.ssh @ftp-server. It must not be readable by group or others otherwise ssh would reject to use keys from authorized_keys
Nov
17
comment dd and USB - how does it work?
I doubt that USB would format what has been formatted and still clean regardless of the single IO transfer size. Otherwise the lifetime of USB disks would not be long enough and performance would not be at rates we observe
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Dec
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answered How can I set up a remote port forward on port 80 to my localhost with the help of setcap?
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Mar
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revised Ping from Outside: How do I make my system invisible?
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Mar
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comment Ping from Outside: How do I make my system invisible?
@zebonaut yes, sorry. this is typo. I fixed the answer
Mar
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answered Start a program at the start of xfce
Feb
27
comment Is there some sort of “no newline at eof” rules for bash scripts?
try to convert it to unix-style line endings with dos2unix
Feb
26
comment Huge page and performance improvemnt
@kevin because the probability that your subsequent memory access causes TLB hit is much higher with 2Mb pages than with 4Kb pages. Thus, the overhead to get proper Page Table Entry is lower.
Feb
26
comment grep: invalid content of \{\}
there are only 10 digits including '0'