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Aug
28
asked Tell mplayer to prevent the screensaver from kicking in while playing
Aug
28
comment Installing a second hard drive
fdisk is such a pita. I avoid it if I can... cfdisk is much nicer on cli.
Aug
28
comment Installing a second hard drive
no I'm saying I would not recommend ext2 (I only use it for /boot ). Use ext3 or ext4. The recovery capabilities are worth it...
Aug
27
comment Installing a second hard drive
not sure what XBMC is but I would not recommend ext2, use ext3 or ext4. If you're sharing via network it doesn't matter what the local fs is. The network fs will abstract that.
Aug
27
comment Hide processes from other users based on groups (under Linux)?
I don't know but the best source of SELinux info is probably the book (amazon link) SELinux by Example: Using Security Enhanced Linux
Aug
27
revised Hide processes from other users based on groups (under Linux)?
edited tags
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
explain how this works.
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
add another variant
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
add code to do the grep
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
ask question
Aug
27
comment I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
@Larry in the future you should probably use some variant of +x rather than raping all permissions, and possibly causing writes on all files.
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
remove something innacurate
Aug
27
revised I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
add more info
Aug
27
answered I accidentally chmod -R +x on a directory. How do I restore the correct permissions?
Aug
27
revised Support for usb 3.0?
add drivers and hardware tags
Aug
26
comment Preserve bash history in multiple terminal windows
@durin42 actually... zsh handles the second point to if you set up the history stuff right.
Aug
26
comment How can I edit a large file in place?
I think vim has a 4G limit (could be wrong) but I don't think it does it in place (could be wrong).
Aug
25
comment Which laptop is most compatible with Linux?
I'd like to state that I don't actually agree with closing this...
Aug
25
comment Concern about logging in as root overrated?
@David I know that ;) that's kinda the point
Aug
25
answered Caching bugzilla webpages for offline use