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Jul
21
revised What is using memory?
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Jul
18
revised What is using memory?
added 331 characters in body
Jul
18
asked What is using memory?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
27
comment What does the Broken pipe message mean in an SSH session?
Hello from 2014. The link in this answer no longer works.
Apr
16
comment gdm greeter configuration: Exclude all *except* for one specific user
We have thousands of users and can't maintain a list of exclusions.
Apr
16
comment gdm greeter configuration: Exclude all *except* for one specific user
Right, that's exactly what I meant in my message. I know how to exclude specific users, and I know how to hide all users, but I don't know how to exclude ALL but one user.
Apr
15
asked gdm greeter configuration: Exclude all *except* for one specific user
Mar
26
comment What does it mean exactly when a processes “Time” has stopped in top?
Mind-blowing revelation: time increase is calculated as a percentage of CPU use? Wow. So if it were CPU 100%, that would equal real-time?
Mar
26
asked What does it mean exactly when a processes “Time” has stopped in top?
Mar
21
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
comment Using LDAP for authentication, how can I safely disable/deactivate an account without deleting it?
Yeah, we could definitely add a "isDeactivated" LDAP attribute or something like that, but then I'm not sure how to perform that check upon every login attempt.
Feb
4
comment Using LDAP for authentication, how can I safely disable/deactivate an account without deleting it?
That effectively changes their state (unable to login), but it doesn't serve as a marker or anything we can check. For example, if we want to get a list of all users who are deactivated, we can search for anyone without a valid loginShell.
Feb
4
asked Using LDAP for authentication, how can I safely disable/deactivate an account without deleting it?
Jan
29
comment Mount exFAT file system as user without hardcoding
Nice find. Indeed, RHEL6 supports up to 2.17 :/ So close!
Jan
29
comment Mount exFAT file system as user without hardcoding
Apologies, I should have mentioned that. This is RHEL6, which doesn't have exFAT support out of the box. The link in my message details how to add it (which works great, but only as root).
Jan
29
asked Mount exFAT file system as user without hardcoding
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
asked Utilizing a newer standalone glibc
Dec
16
answered How can I *completely* wipe an MP3's metadata?