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answered Rc.local not running commands properly
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answered Run a command which returns a string when reading a file
Apr
28
revised If else statement involving two numbers in scientific notation
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Apr
27
answered Linux installation
Apr
27
reviewed Approve printf in my output now
Apr
26
comment Finding out what DNS server are being used
It could also mean that your router is configured to not answer your queries, which is fairly common in corporate environments, so if you bought a router from eBay and repurposed it for home use you really want to reconfigure it.
Apr
26
comment Finding out what DNS server are being used
No, it means either the router has cached that the hostname you're looking up doesn't exist, or that the router doesn't have any referrers configured.
Apr
26
answered Finding out what DNS server are being used
Apr
25
comment Dangers of using rm command with variables
@SimplePi: yes, that is what I'm suggesting, in addition to sanity checking the value of $DATE after you establish it.
Apr
25
answered Dangers of using rm command with variables
Apr
13
answered How to add a virtual core to Linux system
Apr
13
answered Arch linux; changing fstab for bootable backups
Apr
11
answered Route specific traffic to specific interface
Apr
8
answered Is it bad practice to call scripts from a users home dir from root tasks (eg. dhcp hooks)?
Apr
5
answered Get Linux architecture from /proc filesystem
Apr
5
comment Get Linux architecture from /proc filesystem
The OP specifically asked for something not uname; something reading from the /proc filesystem.
Apr
4
comment What is “Localhost” binding in DNS forwarder in pfSense?
Anything that depends on it will break. It's generally not a good idea to do that unless you have a deep understanding of the system in question.
Apr
4
answered What is “Localhost” binding in DNS forwarder in pfSense?
Mar
30
answered Why does Linux not allow `cat`ing a directory?
Mar
29
answered Can I use variable in a .csv file in the for loop?