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Just a guy with some linux experience.


Oct
31
comment Why isn't there a truly unified package manager for Linux?
Still factually incorrect. Several major distributions are entirely volunteer-maintained.
Oct
31
comment Why isn't there a truly unified package manager for Linux?
This answer isn't even remotely close to anything constructive. It's fallacious at best, and pure flame bait at worst.
Oct
31
revised Why isn't there a truly unified package manager for Linux?
Couple of quick typo fixes.
Oct
31
comment Why isn't there a truly unified package manager for Linux?
Pretty much what I was going to say. And frankly, as long as stuff interoperates decently under the hood (say, by adhering to the LSB standards) then I don't really see the problem.
Oct
31
comment Why isn't there a truly unified package manager for Linux?
The problem, in a nutshell
Oct
31
comment How to shut down the computer after a task has been completed?
No, but shutdown doesn't have any way of waiting for an actual event.
Oct
31
answered How to shut down or reboot a machine? [on different OSes]
Oct
30
comment How to find out that someone is using a Keylogger on the machine I am using?
If your system is compromised at the root level then the hacker can already "submerge" those system calls and nothing at the console level would even be able to notice.
Oct
30
answered How to find out that someone is using a Keylogger on the machine I am using?
Oct
30
comment Where does my web server serve files from?
I don't mind being downvoted, but if whoever did so would please leave some constructive criticism as to why my answer was inaccurate, poorly worded or factually incorrect I'd appreciate it.
Oct
30
comment Understanding Linux executable formats and software distribution packages
+1, awesomely detailed answer.
Oct
30
answered Where does my web server serve files from?
Oct
28
comment VIM: Create a function to generate several lines of buffer
Also interesting, but I think snipMate's closer to what I need.
Oct
28
accepted VIM: Create a function to generate several lines of buffer
Oct
28
comment VIM: Create a function to generate several lines of buffer
Absolutely perfect for what I need. Thanks!
Oct
28
comment Why is Unix still used if Linux is based off of it, and Linux is free?
And several of them run on non-PC hardware.
Oct
28
asked VIM: Create a function to generate several lines of buffer
Oct
26
comment Where does postfix store email?
This is of course assuming that the user doesn't have procmail configured to do it for him instead.
Oct
25
answered Postfix doesn't send mail, complaining about “Host or domain name not found”
Oct
23
answered Can I safely remove /var/cache?