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Aug
13
comment Headphones always muted after restart
I've uninstalled brain dead piece of #$%! called pulseaudio and problem dissapeared.
Aug
12
comment How to find out which package a file belongs to?
For fedora 22 "dnv provides filename" also works
Aug
7
asked Headphones always muted after restart
Jun
30
comment How creation of new USB device file in /dev/bus/usb/001/ directory work?
I will answer my own question lsubs -D /dev/bus/usb/xxxx/yyy shows this information.
Jun
30
comment How creation of new USB device file in /dev/bus/usb/001/ directory work?
How do you check what idVentdor and idProduct of your device is?
May
9
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May
9
comment What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?
I do not think that it means it has no partition. None takes place of filesystem type e.g. tmpfs so it would rather mean that there is no any filesystem assigned to this mount point but it does not make any sense.
May
8
awarded  Popular Question
May
5
awarded  Critic
Apr
13
awarded  Curious
Apr
12
comment Make rsync move (not copy) files on local file system
@TomNewton I have added an example and explanation.
Apr
12
asked Make rsync move (not copy) files on local file system
Mar
19
comment Running application compiled on another distribution
What about compiler flags?
Mar
19
comment Running application compiled on another distribution
What about compiler flags?
Mar
19
revised Running application compiled on another distribution
added 40 characters in body
Mar
19
asked Running application compiled on another distribution
Jun
12
comment What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?
Correct me if I understand wrong but what you say is: I can mount some partition e.g. /dev/sda1 at /home with some privileges eg.: readonly but then remount part of /home e.g. /home/captcha with privileges read-write. In such scenario /home/capcha is reported by mount as 'none' filesystem but is stored on /dev/sda1 same as rest of the /home partition.
Jun
11
asked What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?
Jun
7
answered List of files accessed by application
May
29
asked List of files accessed by application