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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
9
comment How does the script /etc/init.d/sudo work?
ah good - I was really scared at the thought having lived next to it for a long time and having it frequently but inadvertently invoked :-)
Sep
8
comment How does the script /etc/init.d/sudo work?
The sudo daemon??? Where did you find that beast?
Aug
29
answered Are environment variables visible to unprivileged users on Linux?
Jul
24
comment Process history in Unix/Linux systems
True (that's why I said "maybe"), but that of course works only after having started the service, whereas the OP might be expecting to see what happened even before.
Jul
24
comment Process history in Unix/Linux systems
Maybe noteworthy: it can't look into the past, it only sees processes while it is running.
Jul
24
comment Number of processors in /proc/cpuinfo
Where do you see a contradiction?
Jul
23
answered Number of processors in /proc/cpuinfo
Jun
27
comment How can I see automount points in Linux?
"autofs" to me generally implies remote media (NFS, SMB, ftp, ssh, ...) and removable local media - hence my point that the question cannot be answered with "the simple use of mount and fdisk" :-))
Jun
26
revised Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
usermod is dangerous for inexperienced people - adduser user group accomplishes the same - without risk of messing up memberships
Jun
26
suggested suggested edit on Give user permission to rm without password or sudo
Jun
26
comment How can I see automount points in Linux?
Not everything that can be mounted is a local device.
Jun
16
awarded  Constituent
Jun
16
awarded  Caucus
Jun
8
revised Port forwarding only works for first packet sent
incorporated info from (apparantly) OP from his "answer"
Jun
8
comment Out of Swap - What happens?
Why don't you give it more Swap?
Jun
8
suggested suggested edit on Port forwarding only works for first packet sent
May
29
comment Telnet on Linux Server
@Networker the security concern is (in this context) just nonsense. telnet is used as a client to test the reachability of a service - and NO, the telnet port is not involved.
Apr
25
comment I get low disk space warning after my last upgrade
@JoelDavis that's a nice tool I didn't know about!
Apr
24
answered I get low disk space warning after my last upgrade