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Jan
19
comment Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?
I like to install from media because then I can do multiple installs in <1 hour (install it one way... then learn something change my design/requirements... reinstall again... etc). Compared to the net installer which took about 4 hours for one install... over a 56mbps-tested connection.
Jan
19
comment Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?
So... Sounds the bd media require less disks?
Jan
19
comment Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?
I am downloading the bluray "BD-1" and it is now 21GB and still downloading. I have downloaded all the DVD 1 through 3 and they are only about 12 GB.
Jan
19
comment Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?
@FaheemMitha at one point I did have the link to the blu-ray but I switched to another machine. I must have forgot to put the links back in. Thanks for catching that!
Jan
17
comment How do you make apt-get install faster?
I google'd httpredir and from what I read httpredir just replaces the absolute URL in sources.list with a different URL. My /etc/apt/sources.list has deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/ stretch main instead of http://httpredir.debian.org/debian so I don't think I have httpredir enabled.
Jan
17
comment How do you make apt-get install faster?
I don't know what is httpredir and I am not sure how to check whether httpredir is on or off.
Dec
16
comment What is the purpose of the lost+found folder in Linux and Unix?
@syntaxerror the reason I arrived at this question was precisely because I was doing a find operation and find kept generating a Permission denied warning. Given this question's answer, I know that lost+found is part of the filesystem and so I can safely ignore the generated warning (but I do wish it didn't produce the warning).
Nov
14
comment Does linux mint use the ubuntu repos or their own repos?
@Darael Ya. Downloading now. (Probably won't be first answer tho...)
Nov
14
comment Does linux mint use the ubuntu repos or their own repos?
i went to packages.linuxmint.com and click on Mint 17... the list doesn't even have gcc, g++, glibc, boost, etc... so where do they get those from?
Nov
14
comment Does linux mint use the ubuntu repos or their own repos?
I saw some info in wikipedia saying that Linux Mint did in the past use the Ubuntu repos. But I'm not about today's Linux Mint 17 and onward.
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)
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.
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.
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
10
comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
Because it's going to be part of an installer script that will be used on many machines.
Oct
8
comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
@itsbruce, ah thanks for the clarification regarding your changes being non-persistent. I updated and further clarified the "persistent" aspect of the question.
Oct
8
comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
does ip* set mtu 4096* require a service network restart for changes to take effect?
Oct
8
comment How do you configure the MTU for all network adapters via a script?
I was thinking to myself: 1. list all the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth* files 2. iterate over the list 3. add a new line for each config file MTU=4096 4. optionally do a service network restart