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bio website ale-re.net
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seen Jul 22 at 8:06

Love to learn, love to think, love to know.


Jul
22
comment How can I change the default “ens33” network device to old “eth0” on Fedora 19?
+1, works in F20.
Jun
26
comment NFS file with same name but different content depending on host
Sorry but did not had the chance to try with chroot :(
Jun
17
awarded  Caucus
Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
comment NFS file with same name but different content depending on host
The problem with the binary is just the string length: padding is ok if the new path is shorter, won't work if longer and will require symlinks - but could work (but very ugly :D). I didn't think about chroot... That may actually work! I'll give a try, thanks!
Jun
6
accepted NFS file with same name but different content depending on host
Jun
6
comment NFS file with same name but different content depending on host
Your assumption is correct: myprogram writes to fixed file, in a relative position, but unluckily the program depends on a weird directory structure which determines where the file will be written. Your solution is fine, it will just need a bit of replication of the data in the nodes' /usr/local/ that you provided as example.
Jun
6
asked NFS file with same name but different content depending on host
Apr
5
awarded  Editor
Apr
5
accepted Per-directory history in zsh
Apr
5
comment Per-directory history in zsh
Until I missed something, the plugin does not exactly what I need, in the sense that per directory and global histories are mutually switched using ctrl-g (and not by priority as I asked). Nevertheless, I still find it extremely useful and a good answer to my question, so, thanks :)
Apr
5
comment Per-directory history in zsh
Nice, thanks! I will try it before accepting, if you don't mind :)
Apr
4
asked Per-directory history in zsh
Mar
8
awarded  Scholar
Mar
8
awarded  Supporter
Mar
8
accepted Replacing tmux with exec
Mar
8
comment Replacing tmux with exec
Nice idea to catch a signal in a wrapper script.
Mar
7
comment Replacing tmux with exec
Thanks, this is what I usually do when I'm on a local machine, but sometimes I need to do the same task on remote ones where tmux is my system default.
Mar
7
awarded  Student
Mar
7
awarded  Autobiographer