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Desktop

  • Gentoo Linux 2003 - 2009
    • First experience with Linux 4Q 2003
    • Long term functioning, dual boot, Linux install 4Q 2004
    • Stopped using Windows on a regular basis, approximately 2006
  • Arch Linux 2009 - present

Server ( well professionally, as I constantly run servers daemons on my desktop )

  • CentOS 2006 - 2007, 2010 - Present
    • BusinessGrade - Systems Administration Intern
    • Liquid Web - Linux System Administrator

Student, Web Developer, Systems Administrator See more on my blog.

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comment Can't get kdelibs 4.10.0
what's the question? you say you downloaded the source, what source? like a tarball? git? do you still have the old version installed?
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comment What is the different bash per terminal session for Konsole?
@Jim I would say that, no bash does not run separately from the terminal, the terminal spawns a new bash process. If you want to share a bash process between tabs, you'd need something like tmux or other terminal multiplexer.
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comment Efficiently delete large directory containing thousands of files
using + instead of \; would make this faster as it passes more arguments to rm at once, less forking
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comment Efficiently delete large directory containing thousands of files
if you're going to use exec you almost certainly want not use -ls and do find . -type f -exec rm '{}' + + is faster because it will give as many arguments to rm as it can handle at once.
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accepted How do I make dnsmasq obey the order of servers in resolv.conf
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comment How to find out from the logs what caused system shutdown?
@gilles I gotta say this is subtly different, in the cat foo | grep bar vs grep bar foo sort of way, it appears that last is capable of filtering itself.
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