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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.


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.
Mar
18
comment The ls command is not working for a directory with a huge number of files
By the way, storing millions of files in a single directory is a rather bad idea. If you control the directory layout, perhaps split it by some criteria?
Jan
12
awarded  Scholar
Jan
12
accepted What does this command actually cause?
Jan
12
comment What does this command actually cause?
@Marco: definitely makes sense. Could you submit your comment as an answer so I could vote it up and accept it?
Jan
12
comment What does this command actually cause?
It's unlikely that a valid ELF header happened at least once. Also, one particular action kept happening a lot of the times - creating a file with the random name in the current directory. Thus the question.
Jan
12
asked What does this command actually cause?
Jul
20
comment Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?
Interesting, but I assume that the source file still exists. The question is if I can preserve this feature.
May
31
comment Transfer a TCP connection from one Linux box to another behind NAT?
That's not really a solution when you're using free services like Rapidshare - you won't be able to resume the download then.
May
31
awarded  Student
May
30
asked Transfer a TCP connection from one Linux box to another behind NAT?
Jan
9
comment Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?
You say that might be the reason that MD5 sums didn't match?
Jan
9
revised Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?
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Jan
9
awarded  Editor
Jan
9
revised Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?
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Jan
9
answered Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?
Jan
9
asked Stripping null byte blocks with a sparse file?