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Just a guy with some linux experience.


Feb
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on aufs tag wiki
Feb
14
reviewed Reviewed Installation problem with python-software-properties
Feb
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on ethernet tag wiki
Feb
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on command tag wiki excerpt
Feb
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on ethernet tag wiki excerpt
Feb
13
comment How to use libraries installed with a package manager in GNU/Linux
In most cases, yes, although from the looks of @slm's the files will be at /usr/include/<libname> so the include directive you'll likely need would be #include <libname/header.h>
Feb
13
comment How to use libraries installed with a package manager in GNU/Linux
Essentially, any properly set-up distro will ensure that libraries installed via its package manager can be found in directories that are in the compiler's default search path. (Assuming that the compiler was likewise installed via the package manager)
Feb
7
comment How to use scp and ssh command in a single script without any keys?
I'd recommend using rsync to handle the copy and checking with ssh as its backend, then set up a passwordless public/private authentication key for rsync to use. Keep the private key in a directory accessible only to the userid running the rsync script. Done.
Feb
7
comment File IO very slow on RHEL6
Check dmesg for any error messages related to the filesystem or partition devices.
Jan
31
comment Is it best practice to update mysql , php and apache on linux regularly to current version?
Personally, I really dislike fully automated upgrades; apt-get update; apt-get -uf upgrade doesn't take much time if you do it once a week plus emergencies, and it means you're on-hand if an upgrade goes badly for some unforeseen reason.
Jan
31
comment telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
Presumably, because there's nothing running on localhost that's listening on TCP port 6000.
Jan
31
comment How is paid software distributed and updated in Linux?
Except for the part where you're transmitting user logins over http rather than https. Dude, set up an SSL cert.
Jan
27
comment Using notify-send with a non-interactive ssh connection
"Is it possible" - almost certainly. "is it a good idea to" - almost certainly not.
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed Backup files with tar command and progress bar?
Jan
27
reviewed Reviewed Convert a date format
Jan
27
comment Using notify-send with a non-interactive ssh connection
I've reworded your question; hopefully this is what you meant to ask.
Jan
27
revised Using notify-send with a non-interactive ssh connection
Major clean-up of question title and body.
Jan
27
answered Using notify-send with a non-interactive ssh connection
Jan
27
reviewed No Action Needed Using notify-send with a non-interactive ssh connection
Jan
27
reviewed Close Backup files with tar command and progress bar?