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Infrastructure guy with the skills of a duck: flies, runs and swims; not very well but gets the job done ;)


Aug
16
comment Log in as one user but authenticate as another
not sure what you want buut a combination of "su" and "source" commands might do the trick.
Aug
16
comment Xen crashes when loading X
seems to me you are facing a kernel panic of some sort can you get the end of /var/log/error if you just log in tty and wgetpaste it before ruunning Xorg?
Aug
15
answered How to grep the last number on a line in a bash script
Aug
15
comment How to grep the last number on a line in a bash script
will it always have a number on the end? echo "9 Power_On_Hours 0x0032 100 100 000 Old_age Always - 301" | awk ' { print ( $(NF) ) }' Can do the trick.
Aug
15
awarded  Commentator
Aug
15
comment Determining Specific File Responsible for High I/O
@JoelDavis Im really not sure. As far as I know it consumes a huge ammount of RAM hence running it under "/" will be dangerous.
Aug
15
answered Determining Specific File Responsible for High I/O
Aug
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
14
comment Update kde to newest version
Have you ran the update till the end? Was it successful?
Aug
14
answered Update kde to newest version
Aug
14
answered Cannot connect to internet in Fedora 19
Aug
12
answered What are the absolute minimal requirements to boot a linux system
Aug
12
comment How to install a2dissite and a2ensite on openSUSE 11.3?
@KB those "tools" are in fact scripts run by apache installed on the default apache package. But in SuSe they have a different name rcapache2 and another tool the "server wizard" which is on the link I provided you. With those I believe you can fix your issue.
Aug
12
answered sort lines according to day
Aug
10
awarded  Supporter
Aug
9
answered How to install a2dissite and a2ensite on openSUSE 11.3?
Aug
8
comment Why does `at` warn me that commands will be executed using /bin/sh? What if I want a different shell?
@Cratylus take a look here for explanation.
Aug
8
answered Why does `at` warn me that commands will be executed using /bin/sh? What if I want a different shell?
Aug
8
awarded  Editor
Aug
8
awarded  Teacher