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Jul
22
asked systemd: How do you query a service's status?
Jul
22
answered systemd: How do you query a service's status?
Jul
15
accepted what is the canonical way to start a daemon in rhel/centos-6 init script?
Jul
15
comment what is the canonical way to start a daemon in rhel/centos-6 init script?
This is exactly what I was looking for: 1. real documentation 2. guidance on whether I should add an & at the end of the line or not (there are other similar daemon commands that do the & background operation for you)
Jul
14
comment what is the canonical way to start a daemon in rhel/centos-6 init script?
@Christopher I updated the question (not systemd)
Jul
14
revised what is the canonical way to start a daemon in rhel/centos-6 init script?
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Jul
14
asked what is the canonical way to start a daemon in rhel/centos-6 init script?
Jul
13
revised How is $HOME/bin added to my path?
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Jul
13
asked How is $HOME/bin added to my path?
Jul
13
answered How is $HOME/bin added to my path?
May
13
comment Interrupting rsync with ctrl-c, should I use `--partial` or `--append`?
on Fedora 20 man rsync the option --append says ... Implies --inplace
May
13
comment Interrupting rsync with ctrl-c, should I use `--partial` or `--append`?
If I want to interrupt rsync with ctrl-c, I would use --append? Because --partial by itself would not resume.
May
13
awarded  Curious
May
12
asked Interrupting rsync with ctrl-c, should I use `--partial` or `--append`?
Apr
24
comment What's the point in redirecting output of grep to /dev/null?
if the documentation is correct "the exit status is 0 even if an error occurred"... I think -q option does not seem appropriate... because you want it to know about the error by checking the exit status.
Jan
25
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Jan
9
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Nov
21
comment How to check how many lanes are used by the PCIe card?
in your example the output text has both width x16 and width x8. I assume this is interpretted as: the link capacity is width x16 and this device has negotiated width x8?
Oct
23
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
23
awarded  Famous Question