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answered Creating partition using parted instead of fdisk
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answered how to copy and rename files with “:” and incrementing number in the filename
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comment Ubuntu : unable to copy file to dir created under same credentials
Isn't it a bit like UAC? Well I see your point, I don't like Ubuntu's global sudo, too. For specific tasks (restart daemon foo etc.) it's okay. Here's the explanation of Ubuntu: help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo
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answered Ubuntu : unable to copy file to dir created under same credentials
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answered How to give HTTP traffic higher priority?
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comment How would one permanently set names for network interface (wifi/ethernet) in arch
+1, that's the right way