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Aug
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on USB drive stopped working
Aug
11
awarded  Custodian
Aug
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to make scp respect umask
Aug
8
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
25
awarded  Informed
Jul
24
answered Suse 11 vs. Suse 10 difference impacting terminal colors?
Jul
24
comment How to determine the newly closed file within a continuous audit log rotation?
You might find fuser faster and easier, fuser -s filename will (silently) return 0 if filename is open. For similar purposes I usually use a program called retail which cashes filename/size/inode so log content can be incrementally processed without missing anything. Whether you can use that depends on the filename(s) and rotation mechanism (i.e. preservation of inode number).
Jul
23
answered How much RAM needed for preventing use swap?
Jul
17
revised How to turn off STARTTLS for internal relaying of emails?
updates & clarifications
Jul
17
answered How to turn off STARTTLS for internal relaying of emails?
Jul
16
comment Explicit range beween values
updated to output unique values only.
Jul
16
revised Explicit range beween values
added 211 characters in body
Jul
16
comment Explicit range beween values
oops, not quite right yet, I need to fix overlap...
Jul
16
revised Explicit range beween values
clarifications
Jul
16
answered Explicit range beween values
Jul
11
answered using “ifne” in Bash pipe
Jul
8
comment `/proc/$PID/cwd` : is there a POSIX equivalent?
You can save a little on lsof overhead with just lsof -d cwd -a -p $1
Jul
2
comment md5 or sha1 while copying a file
rsync always does this when it copies files but it doesn't tell you what the checksum is, or verify it against a prepared checksums file.
Jun
19
revised Get ld to pick the correct library
typo