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bio website deetah.jogger.pl
location Łódź, Poland
age 23
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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.


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?
Jul
9
revised Why does awk not sum to 0
Fix grammar.
Jul
9
suggested suggested edit on Why does awk not sum to 0
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
awarded  Constituent
Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
Jun
2
asked Is it safe to create a regression test that relies on running out of file descriptor limit?
Apr
22
awarded  Commentator
Apr
22
comment Is `cal` broken? What happened in September 1752?
...what's wrong with the output again? :p
Apr
22
awarded  Good Question
Apr
22
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
21
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
21
accepted What happened to bzip1?
Apr
21
awarded  Yearling
Apr
21
asked What happened to bzip1?
Apr
10
comment Copy a local file to a remote server, non-root privileges over sudo?
@sim: turning it around would be an option, but let's assume that there's no SSH server on the local machine. About the rsync trick - is it safe? Can the passwordless rsync be taken advantage of in order to escalate privileges using some command-line switch?
Apr
10
asked Copy a local file to a remote server, non-root privileges over sudo?
Mar
25
awarded  Critic
Mar
18
comment The ls command is not working for a directory with a huge number of files
You can tune that limit while creating the filesystem, but still - as far as I know, most filesystems aren't optimized for handling millions of files in a single directory. I suggest to split them.