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Dec
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
18
accepted Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
Jun
18
answered Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
Apr
11
accepted Why do the nfs4 tutorials recommend to bind mount sub directories
Apr
10
revised Why do the nfs4 tutorials recommend to bind mount sub directories
grammar
Apr
10
asked Why do the nfs4 tutorials recommend to bind mount sub directories
Mar
14
comment What's the reason for this specific “rm” sequence in the xkcd joke?
It will. You actually need to use rm --no-preserve-root / for this to actually work
Feb
14
comment Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
done and the edit didn't help unfortunately.
Feb
14
revised Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
Edited in new information
Feb
14
comment Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
That line is already present just like that.
Feb
13
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
23
comment Installing gcc without root?
There are a handful of crosscompiling guides out there. devs.openttd.org/~truebrain/compile-farm/apple-darwin9.txt This looks somewhat promising, albeit painful. If there is any way to get your admin to just install xcode for you, I'd recommend that. This will not be easy.
Jan
23
comment Installing gcc without root?
Do you have access to a different machine? If you are really desperate you could compile on a different one and move the result over. Even cross compilation from a different unix might be possible, but i'd recommend rebuilding the toolchain afterwards. There are certainly free gccs to be had on the internet for the latest OSXs (for example hpc.sourceforge.net/index.php) but if i recall correctly those have hard coded /usr/local paths and worse, you still don't have binutils and I don't believe there is a source other than the xcode bundle.
Jan
23
comment Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
Not really to be honest. It's all true (apart from the fact that i checked that the uids and users always coincide) but doesn't really get me anywhere.
Jan
17
revised Groups differ from the local ones when logging in remotely
clarified that I actually seek an answer to the problem.
Jan
10
revised Misleading explanation of Virtual Memory in TLDP
added Ressources
Jan
10
answered Misleading explanation of Virtual Memory in TLDP
Jan
10
comment How to manually install linux on a USB?
Excellent question, try here stackoverflow.com/questions/150697/is-dd-better-than-cat
Jan
6
revised Is there a way to have regular expression in ~/.ssh/config
improved code
Jan
6
answered Is there a way to have regular expression in ~/.ssh/config