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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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answered Why is Firefox so slow over SSH?
Feb
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awarded  Good Question
Jan
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reviewed Approve Thunderbird addressbook unable to search entire fields at a time
Jan
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
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answered Showing only “interesting” mount points / filtering non interesting types
Dec
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reviewed Approve linux centos graph and data usage problem in client management
Nov
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reviewed Approve Bash vulnerability CVE-2014-6271 (Shellshock) fix on Debian 6.0 (Squeeze)
Nov
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reviewed Approve Bash vulnerability CVE-2014-6271 (Shellshock) fix on Debian 6.0 (Squeeze)
Nov
6
comment Modify a file without creating another file
It's not a standard tool, but I think it deserves more publicity. See the link above , for download and source.
Nov
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revised Modify a file without creating another file
replace all in bash string op
Nov
5
comment Modify a file without creating another file
thanks @nyuszika7h for suggesting multiple improvements. The script was a quick (sloppy) submission. If there are issues left, please let me know - I'm always keen on improving. E.g. I didn't know that echo has any issues. I'll check that.
Nov
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reviewed Reject and Edit Modify a file without creating another file
Nov
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revised Modify a file without creating another file
incorperated improvement suggestions by nyuszika7h. sorry for sloppy submission
Nov
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accepted ssh settings `permitopen=“localhost:4000”` does not limit remote port forwarding
Nov
5
comment Modify a file without creating another file
I found it here: tools.suckless.org/sbase
Nov
5
comment Modify a file without creating another file
by the way, sed -i internally writes to a temporary file and then moves it into the place of the original file. The option title --in-place is a little misleading.
Nov
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answered Modify a file without creating another file
Nov
5
comment Output of `iw list`: phy_x corresponds to what interface?
graphics card? I'm sure you meant something different...
Nov
5
comment What are the minimum system requirements for ultimate edition 4.2
Dual booting is possible with all Linux distributions, but some make it easier to set up during install. What you should do in the beginning is using a Live USB Drive (i.e. booting the distro from a USB drive without modifying your system at all). That way, you can test the distribution and get familiar with the look and feel.