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My main programming interests are: C++, Linux, Bitcoin, PSP hacking, web scraping, PHP and Python. I currently study CS in Łódź, Poland.


Nov
20
revised Set default sound card in Pulse Audio
added 2 characters in body
Nov
8
suggested rejected edit on How do I print pi (3.14159)?
Nov
6
comment Which directory is taking up the most space
@TenLeftFingers: if you think that this answers your problem to a bigger degree than a currently accepted answer, please consider accepting this instead.
Nov
6
comment How to recompress 2 million gzip files without storing them twice?
Any compression program would do. If I can create a tar file of the decompressed-but-not-stored files, I can pipe it to any other program.
Nov
6
comment How to recompress 2 million gzip files without storing them twice?
@Anthon: not on this machine, but for the future readers we might assume that yes.
Nov
6
comment How to recompress 2 million gzip files without storing them twice?
@CristianCiupitu: I measured without |gzip and the uncompressed file didn't basically touch the HDD, so IMHO it shouldn't be THAT slow.
Nov
6
answered How to recompress 2 million gzip files without storing them twice?
Nov
6
asked How to recompress 2 million gzip files without storing them twice?
Nov
5
answered Which directory is taking up the most space
Oct
28
awarded  Yearling
Oct
3
comment Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
First you need to trace down the bug.
Oct
3
comment Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
@peterph: in my case it is usually some kind of a bug.
Oct
3
comment Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
@don_crissti: I'm not exactly satisfied by this solution, but thanks anyway.
Oct
3
comment Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
I'd expect it to be more complex in the working case since you'd have to be looking at a particular temporary file and as I said, I'd rather prevent empty stderr files from being created at all.
Oct
3
comment Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
I'd prefer to monitor logs on the fly and empty files make it less convenient.
Oct
3
asked Redirect stderr to a file, but create only if any stderr happened?
Aug
27
accepted Why are rmdir and unlink two separate system calls?
Aug
19
asked Why are rmdir and unlink two separate system calls?
Jul
12
comment How can I tell why I have permissions to read a file?
Whoops, looks like you're right. I just assumed that it shouldn't be world-readable and didn't even read the permissions. Silly me. Voting to close.
Jul
12
asked How can I tell why I have permissions to read a file?