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Feb
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answered bash howto script - if no answer or mutliline answer
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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answered How to detect from script when the user's desktop is loaded?
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comment GNU `tar` runs `stat` on an excluded directory. Is it normal?
@Elena Try also adding option --anchored. Than would match the initial part of the path name even without slash.
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
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revised Directory “not found” on HP-UX for NFS mount point
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accepted Directory “not found” on HP-UX for NFS mount point
Jul
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answered Directory “not found” on HP-UX for NFS mount point
Jul
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comment Directory “not found” on HP-UX for NFS mount point
Thanks for the hint. Permissions for underlying directory are ok. I also discovered, while umounting and mounting it back, that the share is not NFS but CIFS. the mount command display it as NFS, still.
Jul
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awarded  Student
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asked Directory “not found” on HP-UX for NFS mount point
May
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answered Can't share an ssh connection with rsync
May
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comment How to get name of Display Manager on Linux?
@Marco it should contain the desktop name choosen by the user at login time. If the content is default, then I think, it gets the first one in /usr/share/xsessions.
May
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answered How to get name of Display Manager on Linux?
May
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answered Making a IRQ SMP Affinity change permanent
May
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answered update-initramfs fails with 'File exists' errors during upgrade from lenny to squeeze
May
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comment How can I find the hardware model in Linux?
@JoelDavis, I was not aware of those options before. I will use them. Thanks.
May
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answered How can I find the hardware model in Linux?
May
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comment How do I configure my tty session such that a form feed `\f` character will clear the terminal?
@StaceyAnne and does minicom works as expected? I mean, clearing the display when receiving a formfeed?
May
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comment How do I configure my tty session such that a form feed `\f` character will clear the terminal?
Sadly, I have no other suggestions beside checking all serial settings.