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Apr
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asked Does Linux perform buffering twice when hosting a VM?
Mar
20
comment How to map Linux hard drive identifiers like “sd 3:0:0:0:” to ones like “ata8:”?
@Nasha: I tried, but I hadn't seen this mapping there.
Mar
20
asked How to map Linux hard drive identifiers like “sd 3:0:0:0:” to ones like “ata8:”?
Jan
28
comment Mount a large squashfs in a way that allows random writes (to a separate filesystem)?
@derobert: this is what I have basically.
Jan
28
comment Mount a large squashfs in a way that allows random writes (to a separate filesystem)?
@derobert: And pidfile?
Jan
28
asked Mount a large squashfs in a way that allows random writes (to a separate filesystem)?
Jan
22
awarded  Yearling
Jan
22
answered Squashfs minimal compression?
Jan
22
asked Squashfs minimal compression?
Dec
15
comment GNU screen freezes trying to reattach
What should I do if it has no parent process?
Nov
24
asked One SSD cache for two partitions on two separate disks?
Nov
16
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
22
answered Is there a way to source an encrypted (GPG) file on-the-fly in a script?
Oct
22
asked Refer to a path without rewriting it from left/right panel in “link to” window?
Aug
2
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Jul
27
comment Why don't most common Linux package managers allow package installation for normal users?
It might be that I committed a duplicate: unix.stackexchange.com/q/5535/26489
Jul
27
comment Why don't most common Linux package managers allow package installation for normal users?
@steve: That's closer to what I want, but I wish there was something like this for yum or apt-get rather than rpm or dpkg. Having dependencies install themselves is nice.
Jul
27
comment Why don't most common Linux package managers allow package installation for normal users?
@steve: You're missing the point. I'm asking about installing the packages in my home directory.
Jul
27
comment Why don't most common Linux package managers allow package installation for normal users?
Yes and/or why was it decided not to include such functionality.