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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Which one is lighter security- and CPU-wise: LXC versus UML
@AdamRyczkowski: that is a misunderstanding. LXC always relies on kernel functionality. There is no pure user mode or kernel mode LXC. What you mean, though, are unprivileged LCX containers. And yes, they exist and are based on userns (user name spaces) and thereby allow a container to run mostly (e.g. creation of network devices for the guest on the host requires a privileged operation) unprivileged. Assuming there are unknown issues in the kernel, your final assessment is probably right, though.
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accepted Is there an easy way to “restart” a tmux pane?
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awarded  Popular Question
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comment Is there a tool that combines zcat and cat transparently?
Thanks, but how is this transparent in any way of the meaning?
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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asked How do I conserve the userns UID/GID mappings when archiving an LXC guest?
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accepted How to create KVM guest with SPICE graphics but TLS disabled using virt-install?
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment Output piped content to file and show number of lines in the file on stdout
Apparently -l (aka --line-mode) is a nice option, too ... for my purpose.
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accepted Output piped content to file and show number of lines in the file on stdout
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comment Output piped content to file and show number of lines in the file on stdout
Awesome solution, thanks! Good old pv. Not the first time I use it, but I had no idea it was this versatile :)
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18
comment Output piped content to file and show number of lines in the file on stdout
@slm: sounds like a good idea. Thanks.
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asked Output piped content to file and show number of lines in the file on stdout
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awarded  Self-Learner
Aug
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reviewed Reviewed current spotify track in dwm status bar
Aug
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revised Use virt-manager to share files between Linux host and Windows guest?
fixed the code block to be a code block instead of a quote