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comment Is there some way to find out if/when an executable was called?
@Faheem Mitha: I thought you would be notified automatically, but it seems only the author of the answer is, not the author of the original question.
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comment Is the GNU Coreutils copied from Unix?
However, the GNU Coreutils versions often have non-POSIX extensions.
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comment Is the GNU Coreutils copied from Unix?
Define “copied” (and “Unix”). For suitable definitions, you could also say POSIX copied from Unix …
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comment Is there some way to find out if/when an executable was called?
This access time (atime), as well as the other times associated with a file (ctime, mtime), is handled by the file system and stored with the file. If the file system on which, in your case, dvipng resides is mounted read-only, no update is possible. – Updating the atime for each and every file access can cause performance issues on high-load machines. It may also exacerbate SSD wear. Therefore, there is a mount option noatime to tell the file system not to update the atime when a file is accessed; and relatime as a compromise to update at most once a day, or after a write.
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comment Is there some way to find out if/when an executable was called?
Note that it will only work as long as noatime isn’t set, and the file system is writeable. But in this case it’s a good solution.
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answered Getting diff (or git diff) to show inserted hunks properly
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answered How do I get a linux kernel patch set from the mailing list?
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comment adding additional tracks using sox and the command line
@Rick T: What do you mean when you say that the tracks should “remain as stereo”?
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comment Apache subdomain can not be resolved
Well, it has nothing to do with the Apache configuration at least, because the web server is never reached. For some reason, “www.domain.no-ip.org” does not resolve. Are you sure there aren’t any typos anywhere? Have you waited for a reasonable time (say, a couple of hours) after setting up the dynamic DNS?
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comment how to sort access log efficiently in blocks
Seems plausible, the option is relatively new (added a line about it, above).
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revised how to sort access log efficiently in blocks
Mention when --filter was included in coreutils
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answered Command line: <<< instead of <<
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