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Oct
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Sep
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Sep
21
comment How to printf an exclamation point in tcsh?
This only works prior to using savehist and reloading tcsh.
Sep
21
comment How to printf an exclamation point in tcsh?
This malfunctions with savehist -- after loading back the history, this extra \! becomes just !, and the thing stops working.
Sep
20
comment How to printf an exclamation point in tcsh?
printf a!c...
Sep
20
comment How to printf an exclamation point in tcsh?
Oh, so, the trick is to have ! all by itself, and use %s, instead of simply having ! inline?
Sep
20
asked How to printf an exclamation point in tcsh?
Sep
4
comment Preserve evidence of intrusion / deleted executable?
Is there a way to save the state, so that it can be restored later on? The kill -STOP seems like a good solution, but appears to be temporary in nature.
Sep
4
comment Preserve evidence of intrusion / deleted executable?
hm, interesting, it does seem to work! weird.
Sep
4
comment Preserve evidence of intrusion / deleted executable?
That's the thing -- the cp won't work, since it's a regular symlink, and the file it points to has been deleted.
Sep
4
asked Preserve evidence of intrusion / deleted executable?
Jul
31
asked Is there a way to pass a Password to ssh automatically?
Jul
17
asked use mosh without giving up local scrollback / history?
Jul
16
revised How do I read an acpidump in OpenBSD?
update the answer to be more complete and with a reference
Jul
16
suggested approved edit on How do I read an acpidump in OpenBSD?
Jul
15
accepted How do I read an acpidump in OpenBSD?
Jul
15
comment How do I read an acpidump in OpenBSD?
Yeah, brynet@ has finally added it, after I complained!
Jul
2
comment Mount filesystems after boot to avoid fsck delay for sshd
Thanks for the idea! I believe it might be GNU/Linux-specific, but it's nonetheless interesting to see how other systems have solved this issue.
Jul
2
comment Mount filesystems after boot to avoid fsck delay for sshd
Thanks for the idea about the sixth field, I almost forgot about it! I'll still looking for what would be the most proper way to implement this; specifically, it looks like the fsck -p, which is what the rc script calls, is not really documented whether it cares about noauto or not. E.g. it looks like my /mirrors partition, which I've already marked as noauto back in the day, might actually be delaying the boot due to having a non-zero sixth field.