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comment Unable to access a directory despite belonging to a group with write permission
You could also do newgrp music to log in to the new group, but that just spawns the new shell process, the old one is still intact. On the other hand, it's quicker.
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answered Debian Segmentation Fault
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comment User cannot access a file after setting an ACL
@omgimdrunk you are welcome. I believe you can still accept my answer if you wish: i.stack.imgur.com/QpogP.png
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answered Why does my grep expression need to use $'string' to match tab characters?
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revised Is there any way to know the size of L1, L2, L3 cache and RAM in ubuntu?
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answered Is there any way to know the size of L1, L2, L3 cache and RAM in ubuntu?
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answered fedora 20 screen command terminating automatically
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comment How to launch «gdbserver» in background?
GNU screen is terminal multiplexer. You just run screen and inside that you can create as many shell sessions as you like and keep switching between them as you like.
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revised In Vim, why does `2ci"` delete the surrounding quotes?
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answered In Vim, why does `2ci"` delete the surrounding quotes?
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comment Open an emacs file from terminal
I would perhaps add that in some distros, there's a package called emacs-nox. If you install it, then you can just type emacs-nox file or are even able switch permanently to non-X version via alternatives --config emacs. Or perhaps update-alternatives, that really depends.
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answered Saving a list in a specific format
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answered Rename multiple files
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comment How can I downgrade a glibc version?
Btw, when downgrading, list all individual subpackages which you want to downgrade to yum. From what I remember yum is notoriously bad at performing downgrades. Do not rely on it calculating deps for you. That works nice for upgrades.
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comment How can I downgrade a glibc version?
Right, this is tricky. After kernel glibc is probably the most important package on the system, because it creates a layer between the kernel and rest of the userland. On the top of that it contains the dynamic linker. Which means without it only statically linked application will work. Linux system is probably unusable without it. You seem to have the main subpackage glibc of different version than the rest of the subpackages. You have to either upgrade glibc or downgrade rest of the glibc* packages.