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I'm a graduate student of mathematics in Germany.


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Jun
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awarded  Constituent
Jun
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awarded  Caucus
Apr
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revised Internal Server Errors with CUPS
added “printing”-tag
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asked Internal Server Errors with CUPS
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Commentator
Oct
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accepted aptitude produces output twice
Oct
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comment aptitude produces output twice
@FaheemMitha Well, it’s a minor thing – wouldn’t I bother the developers by bumping the bug report?
Oct
1
comment aptitude produces output twice
@FaheemMitha Oh, okay. Well then I’ll just wait for it to get fixed. Thanks.
Oct
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comment aptitude produces output twice
@FaheemMitha See my edit: debian testing/unstable
Oct
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revised aptitude produces output twice
added info about os
Oct
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revised aptitude produces output twice
added stderr-tag and related observation
Oct
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asked aptitude produces output twice
Sep
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comment Why is `xargs bash -ic echo` not the same thing as `xargs echo` or `xargs`?
This works! Great, thanks. I was missing the existence of positional parameters and just overlooked that part of the man pages. My bad!
Sep
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accepted Why is `xargs bash -ic echo` not the same thing as `xargs echo` or `xargs`?
Sep
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asked Why is `xargs bash -ic echo` not the same thing as `xargs echo` or `xargs`?
Aug
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comment Store password as hash in wpa_supplicant.conf?
Okay, I re-accepted the answer again. I see how theoretically it doesn’t make sense to have a feature like the one I was hoping for. But practically, if you somehow trust a person, you might trust him or her to not retrieve your password, but you still might be uncomfortable literally telling him or her your password as a password is still something very personal. It might also be used for other services as well – I know it’s bad practise, but that’s just how it is: same passswords are used for different services.
Aug
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accepted Store password as hash in wpa_supplicant.conf?
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comment Store password as hash in wpa_supplicant.conf?
I unaccepted the answer for a while because I just thought that in principle, it should be possible to get internet access once by having a buddy type in his account data once (as if he only once used another machine). Therefore, I added a new question to be answered.