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reviewed Approve suggested edit on HISTSIZE HISTFILESIZE not working
Sep
19
comment How to install and run oracle 12c in oracle linux 6.5?
OL images don't contain Oracle Database, you'd need to install that separately. You'd probably be better off taking a prebuilt dev VM with the database & tools already installed (oracle.com/technetwork/community/developer-vm/index.html), e.g. the Database App Development VM.
Sep
16
comment Mysql Database files read access
"I want /var/lib/mysql/databaseName/** files to be readable for a few users" - what do you want to do that for exactly? Users should interact with database files via the database server, not directly at the OS level.
Sep
14
comment After downloading an .asp or .php file, can it be converted to a .html file?
@Tim: they are probably not PHP files, did you check? (For ASP, same deal exactly, except I don't know if interpreters for ASP exist other than on Windows - so even less hope)
Sep
14
comment After downloading an .asp or .php file, can it be converted to a .html file?
I'm a bit curious about why you ask this question though. Did you download something from the web and got a file called ".php"? If that's the case, that file probably isn't PHP but rendered HTML (unless that webserver was seriously misconfigured).
Sep
14
comment After downloading an .asp or .php file, can it be converted to a .html file?
@Tim: there's always hope, you can derive some of the dependencies of the code by looking at it (you need to know/learn PHP or whatever). But in general, there's calls to a database somewhere in there, or some other private API, or references to private headers, etc... so it's not going to work.
Sep
14
comment After downloading an .asp or .php file, can it be converted to a .html file?
@Tim: PHP files like ASP files, JSP, as well as shell scripts and perl scripts (and ruby and python and a host of others) are programs. You don't "convert" them to HTML. You execute them, and if that program generated HTML, you get HTML out. To be able to execute them though, you need to right environment & dependencies.
Sep
12
comment to print address space of a process in ubuntu 12.04
kernel.org/doc/Documentation/filesystems/proc.txt
Sep
11
revised while using '$?' expression in bash script
added 24 characters in body; edited tags
Sep
9
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
9
comment calling system(“command”) from signal handler
man7.org/linux/man-pages/man7/signal.7.html
Sep
6
revised echo of a string with an exclamation point
added 29 characters in body
Sep
5
revised Delete the files on the destination which are found in the source using rsync
rolled back to a previous revision
Sep
4
comment How to download & install “heidisql” on linux?
Did you search? "linux mint install wine" in your favorite search engine should bring lots of stuff.
Sep
4
comment How to download & install “heidisql” on linux?
"HeidiSQL runs fine on Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8) and - with Wine - on any Linux and newer MacOS X versions." - from the top link for heidisql on Google. What do you make of that? What have you attempted so far to get it running under Wine?
Sep
3
revised Tool for dumping Linux VFS superblock
added 5 characters in body; edited title
Sep
2
comment How are files or chunks delimited on disk?
There's no such thing as BOF or EOF "markers" on disk (for modern filesystems at least). They work with blocks or extents, indexed in potentially complicated ways. The blocks for a given file aren't guaranteed to be contiguous. File "chunks" are likely to start on block boundaries, but that's about all you can say generically.
Sep
2
comment Why don't the servers use 7z?
7z isn't installed by default on most UNIX (Solaris, HP-UX or AIX) - you have to get it separately on those, the vendors don't package it. I'm not even sure it's installed by default on most Linux distributions.
Aug
29
comment Linux (Xubuntu) ram and cpu usage
unix.stackexchange.com/questions/4507/… for the number of CPUs