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Feb
15
revised Options for .hidden files?
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Feb
15
revised Options for .hidden files?
Right answer to the wrong question
Feb
15
comment Options for .hidden files?
I think I understand now. You mean the literal file named .hidden which the Nautilus file manager parses to hide files **other ** than those with the standard .name convention. I have amended my answer with that in mind.
Feb
14
comment Options for .hidden files?
That fixed it; added to answer.
Feb
14
revised Options for .hidden files?
Changed command to use jw013's version
Feb
14
comment Options for .hidden files?
@jw013 I get a syntax error with your version.
Feb
14
answered Options for .hidden files?
Jan
14
comment What's the origin of rc, rc.d, share, proc in Linux?
Most standard directories (like /proc, /usr, and /etc) are explained in depth at tldp.org/LDP/Linux-Filesystem-Hierarchy/html. Explanation of commands can be found on Google or in the command's man page.
Jan
14
revised How to partition 22TB disk?
Add GUID Partitions; added 30 characters in body
Jan
14
answered How to partition 22TB disk?
Dec
15
answered Should I install 32 or 64 bit?
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Aug
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comment What is reliable, autoconnecting wifi manager?
I've used wicd before and it's the best wifi manager for Linux I've found.
Aug
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comment How to find human-readable information about file types recognized by `file`?
Have you looked at TrID?
Aug
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Jul
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answered How do you force Linux to detect a PS/2 device (e.g. mouse) on demand?
Jul
13
comment Why are the first 1024 ports restricted to the root user only?
@dmckee it could also be argued that such a design leads to more servers running as root, even if they have the option of running on alternate ports.
Jul
13
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Jul
13
comment Why are the first 1024 ports restricted to the root user only?
So, sort of a poor-man's authentication, then? Does this convention have any real benefit in modern *nix-like operating systems?