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Aug
23
reviewed Approve Enabling Bluetooth discoverability upon start-up
Aug
22
comment Need Info on linux command ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C “your_email@example.com”
Did you try? What happened?
Aug
17
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Aug
14
comment Merge several files on the basis of the md5sum
If you could deduce the hash of the global file by some easy operation on the hash of the parts, MD5 would be easy to parallelize. But MD5 is not parallelizable at all. You'll need to test the combinations or infer the correct order from the contents.
Aug
12
revised Can't install MySQL client libraries on Gentoo
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Aug
11
revised Wifi driver on Kernel 4.x
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Aug
10
revised Preventing the creation of a specific directory
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Aug
5
comment scp does not honor .ssh/config
The flag to pass a config file is -F, not -C. (Don't know why it's not picking it up by default though.)
Aug
4
revised Only loopback Ubuntu on Hyper-V
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Jul
30
comment Physical Address Extension - how do virtual addresses work?
/proc/cpuinfo is your physical CPU's capabilities. If your kernel & OS are 32bit, you'll only get 32bit addresses.
Jul
26
revised How to come out of a deadlock in linux
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Jul
21
comment Unicode characters in uxterm and dwm statusbar
@g.rocket: fixed
Jul
21
revised Unicode characters in uxterm and dwm statusbar
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Jul
17
comment rm not deleting file, thinks its a directory
Time for an fsck.
Jul
15
comment Can't get bare-bone simple bash function to work
What does type tms output?
Jul
14
comment Why am I able to compile kernel modules without “#include”ing the relevant header files?
That's precisely why it says should. They'll probably clean up that module header at some point.
Jul
14
comment Why am I able to compile kernel modules without “#include”ing the relevant header files?
It says should, not must. Look at the module.h header.
Jul
14
revised Why am I able to compile kernel modules without “#include”ing the relevant header files?
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Jul
14
revised How to uninstall OpenLDAP in RedHat?
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Jul
13
revised Processing array values in bash
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