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Nov
25
comment read UUID of partitioned Image-Disk
I meant what I said "be able to help you do this". Then do the usual loopmount trick with offsets from the kpartx output, see e.g. madduck.net/blog/…
Nov
25
comment read UUID of partitioned Image-Disk
This question is really off-topic, voting to move to Super User.
May
30
comment Grouped aggregate utility (like SQL GROUP BY)?
@slm and that's why it's pretty useless here...
Jan
8
comment How to trigger a system self destruct with a certain password is entered
Kali Linux proposes A Self-Destruct Option For Linux Disk Encryption (Also @Watt security that relies on the method being secret is obscurity)
Dec
3
comment GUI for GIT similar to SourceTree
Mmm. GitEye is big (~100Mb), based on eclipse and greeted me with this dialog on just browsing my work tree. What is up with that?!
Oct
9
comment I specifically want to delete my grep output string from the text file
@xenoterracide I can agree with everything you've said there. Has anything like this ever been proposed on meta?
Oct
9
comment I specifically want to delete my grep output string from the text file
@xenoterracide huh. Why didn't you cast a close-vote (offtopic, SU) then? Also, this is entirely appropriate for Stack Overflow IMO. There is a certain amount of overlap, as shell scripting is considered programming too
Oct
9
comment I specifically want to delete my grep output string from the text file
@HolaSoyEduFelizNavidad no deleted answer showing up, so you/the browser probably didn't successfully post it. I checked, you didn't post at the wrong question (at least on Stack Overflow)
Oct
9
comment I specifically want to delete my grep output string from the text file
@IgnacioVazquez-Abrams whoops, added
Dec
25
comment Cannot execute binaries in Ubuntu : file not found
To just list all mounts, enter... mount
Dec
25
comment Cannot execute binaries in Ubuntu : file not found
@Alexey: ahem. <spelling-it-out> e.g. means 'for example'. You need, of course, to inspect the mount point that contains your binary). I think df . in that directory will help
Sep
17
comment Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
+1 for high level of detail
Sep
15
comment Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
@Chris: good point, thanks for the heads up
Sep
15
comment Which stream does Bash write its prompt to?
Added hints on how to potentially get more bash output into a pipe
Aug
23
comment How to recover a shell after a disconnection
tmux or screen.
Jul
14
comment ssh hanging then time out
This made me <headdesk/> even while in bed. Sarcasm fail. What I (mockingly) suggested, is the documentation does not contain info on the appropriate (sic) settings
Jul
14
comment ssh hanging then time out
mmm. man sshd_config |grep -i appropriate comes up empty on all my linux boxes, and Solaris too
Jul
13
comment ssh hanging then time out
I call hand-waivy: Enabling "remote login" doesn't actually mean anything. Fixing the problem should also enable "remote login", FWIW
May
26
comment df says I have 20G more disk space used than du. Why?
So... you expect us to sum the values. Please use du -smc /* | sort -n -r vs. df -m instead (also fixes the broken sort)
Apr
28
comment Latest pidgin installed, but still seeing old version
which distribution?