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Just a guy with some linux experience.


Apr
1
comment Does `make install` overwrite files?
Does MacOS X have no package management system at all?
Mar
28
comment Why does sftp hide the log from stdout?
On a related note, how precisely are you redirecting it in cron? Can you show us the exact crontab entry?
Mar
28
comment Why does sftp hide the log from stdout?
I just ran a quick check, and sftp foo@bar.com << EOF > sftpout.txt gave me most of sftp's output where it was supposed to go. What version of ssh and what distribution are you using?
Mar
22
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
19
comment How do I restart apache as non-root (using a git-hook)?
You should consider NOPASSWD extremely carefully, though.
Mar
12
comment How to disable DHCP (static IP)?
@Karlson What I think he means is that he's got one router and one actual desktop comp that dualboots windows and linux, and in windows he just assigns a static IP.
Mar
12
comment How to disable DHCP (static IP)?
@Zeno Yeah, that's one way to do it. The wrong way -- it technically works, but only because there aren't any other systems on your LAN and you're not generating collisions. Telling your router to assign a specific, static IP to the MAC address of your computer is the right way to do it.
Mar
6
answered Local area network without using the IP protocol in Linux
Feb
28
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
27
answered How to have a secure Pidgin install?
Feb
24
comment /etc/resolv.conf changes during reboot
It's called network-manager in the apt package database.
Feb
22
comment What is the fastest way to write all sectors on a drive?
Of course, if the data on the device is already discounted as "lost", the low level erase isn't going to be able to do much more harm...
Feb
22
answered Why doesn't tar ask before overwriting existing files?
Feb
21
awarded  Yearling
Feb
20
comment Find command: how to ignore case?
Also, since you're specifically looking for a file you can probably shave another couple of ticks off that with the -type f flag so it won't bother looking at the name if the inode is a directory. But that's pedantic levels of optimization...
Feb
17
comment /etc/resolv.conf changes during reboot
Just as a friendly bit of advice, if any of the answers below turned out to be the one you needed, please accept one. It's good etiquette and it makes people more likely to try to answer your questions.
Feb
17
revised /etc/resolv.conf changes during reboot
Added "Debian" tag
Feb
17
comment Monitor what is being sent to /dev/null?
Possible, but as the answers and comments describe it's /very/ much not a good idea.
Feb
16
comment “Permission denied” trying to get a file using TFTP
Might want to add which tftp server you're using, and its configuration file.
Feb
14
comment /etc/resolv.conf changes during reboot
I think resolvconf is being phased out of squeeze in favor of NM.