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comment vim on FreeBSD does not react on arrow keys correctly and other vi-like behaviours
Any reason for downvote?
Feb
5
accepted Is cryptsetup benchmark for single or multiple queues
Feb
5
asked Is cryptsetup benchmark for single or multiple queues
Jan
29
asked How to mount to subdirectory of autofs
Jan
21
accepted How to programatically send break signal (Magic SysRq) through serial terminal
Jan
21
comment How to programatically send break signal (Magic SysRq) through serial terminal
@MarkPlotnick Please post it as an answer so I may accept it (I used handle instead of 2 but that's minor detail).
Jan
21
asked How to programatically send break signal (Magic SysRq) through serial terminal
Jan
16
comment What if 'kill -9' does not work?
@DarenW until the parent acknowledges the death of children. For details please ask the author of the program.
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awarded  Famous Question
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment Non-Root Package Managers
@PiotrDobrogost to some extend yes, to some extend no. For example there is no environment variable for /etc or (according to my knowledge) /usr/lib/<packagename>/ or /usr/libexec/<packagename>/. /usr/share can be changed by XDG variables which has been released sometime in this century and are not necessarily adopted for older programs.
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Why I can not use all the 100% potential of CPU?
"A common problem is accessing your data in a way that causes lots of cache misses. Your multiple cores may also share a L3 cache and if they are all working on different data you are probably running into a lot of misses there." - as $ misses are transparent to processor I'd imagine they would be counted as CPU utilization in top as they are transparent to application/OS (setting aside profilers such as cachegrind) - even though it is I/O from CPU POV.
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comment How to set up properly zram and swap
By default max_comp_streams seems to be 1 according to documentation. I haven't checked if that parameter existed in 2011 but it seems to be a better option then multiple swap files.