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Oct
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
16
answered For an init.d startup script, what is the ideal user to use as the owner of that process
Oct
16
answered Restore Gnome Panel to Default Configuration
Oct
16
comment Web front-end to find/grep/ack
@manatwork: first, the permissions are not an issue, since we are talking "specific directory" and read only access. Also, to do it properly, yes, it would require more effort. But to do it properly, no one will build a web interface to command line tools for searching files in lieu of a database.
Oct
15
comment Web front-end to find/grep/ack
Hundreds of times. I guess everybody who ever used CGIs did that or a similar thing at one point or another. Also, it is pretty straightforward to get using a simple Perl script, if what you are looking for is simplicity, then maybe this will be easier than to install and configure something way more complex.
Oct
15
comment Does symlinking from Drive A to Drive B affect I/O on Drive A?
Well, every time that a home directory is accessed with its full path, there will be one lookup on the /dev/sda3.
Oct
14
answered How can I install a new keyboard layout in KDE 4?
Oct
13
comment Help with unzipping a .dd.gz, possibly corrupted
Yes, you need to install this tool. I don't know what your system is, on Debian based systems you can just do sudo apt-get install gzrt
Oct
12
comment How to detect dos format files in git bash
I just thought of another thing. Do you have sed? Could you try sed -n '/\r$/p'? Does it show a different result for the CRLF terminated files?
Oct
12
comment How to measure light?
I'd start my investigations with lspci, lsusb etc. Maybe you can see the device there.
Oct
12
comment Only one file name allowed error
you can forcefully overwrite your own file. Vim cannot give you more permissions that the system gives you.
Oct
12
comment Only one file name allowed error
no. But you can forcefully overwrite a file.
Oct
11
comment Equivalent of date --reference in Solaris
Is there a stat command in Solaris? Not that I know of. (* with exception of the ksh shell, where there is a shell builtin, I'm told)
Oct
11
answered detect if key is pressed from script
Oct
11
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Oct
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answered Help with unzipping a .dd.gz, possibly corrupted
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revised Only one file name allowed error
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Oct
11
answered User's name appears as “bash-3.0” on SSH shell
Oct
11
answered Only one file name allowed error
Oct
11
comment How to detect dos format files in git bash
Um, so most likely a bug. Do you have a C compiler installed? I can write you a little C program that should work.