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Aug
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comment Running compilation scripts only if the source file is more recent than the compiled programe
That's what wildcards are for.
Jul
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Jul
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Jun
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Jun
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Jun
9
revised Iptables forward with pptp and openvpn
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Jun
3
comment connecting (bridging) two networks
No, I don't. A bridge is a device that connects L2 (ether) networks. A router or gateway is a device that connects L3 (IP) networks. And the question asks explicitly about brctl and explicitly not IP forwarding.
May
13
reviewed Close GitLab install: psql error “role ”git“ does not exist”
May
13
reviewed Close Wildcards for filepaths aren't working in grep
May
13
reviewed No Action Needed Redirect with axel in linux
May
12
comment Where does network waiting go in 'top'?
And what do you define as "high"? Load average is not scaled for cores. e.g., A system with a load average of 1 and 4 cores is 1/4th as loaded as a system with a load average of 1 and only 1 core. Load average is a very coarse number.
May
12
comment Why can't I open a shell from a pipelined process?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
May
12
comment Why can't I open a shell from a pipelined process?
Also, just to be clear, I didn't down vote. I did vote to close and move to stackoverflow.com.
May
12
comment Why can't I open a shell from a pipelined process?
@lcd047: I think it's pretty clear he means "how do I make the shell interactive?". And I think that people with more experience with C can answer that better.
May
12
answered Installer thinks there's an installation in progress on OS X
May
12
comment Why can't I open a shell from a pipelined process?
"How can I deal with this" in C, is probably going to have better luck on stackoverflow, as evidenced by the two answers that explain why, but not how to deal with it.
May
12
comment Why can't I open a shell from a pipelined process?
This question is better suited for stack overflow.
May
8
comment Publishing an ARP entry
Yep. You'll want to add it to the loop back interface.
May
8
comment Publishing an ARP entry
The spoofed IP also needs to be configured on an interface on the spoofer.
May
8
revised Set a password on Damn Small Linux
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