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Mar
30
comment Why do I need initramfs ?
@mikeserv, your comment is useless. If you are going to claim that, you need to explain why.
Mar
30
answered Transfer 2 drive raid0 / lvm2 system to new drive pair
Mar
30
answered Why do I need initramfs ?
Mar
30
comment Why do I need initramfs ?
@mikeserv, obviously a built in but empty/unused initramfs does not count.
Mar
30
comment How does Linux md-RAID handle disk read errors?
@Totor, md behaves exactly the same way whether it acknowledged an uncorrectable error, or timed out.
Mar
28
comment Use some EFI loader to boot MBR
refind can chain load grub-efi, not the bios grub.
Mar
28
comment Zero graphic card fan speed when no calculations are performed
Then what is strange about it? If it isn't in use, it powers down, doesn't generate heat, and so doesn't need the fan.
Mar
27
comment In makefile when do we use .o files?
Wow, that is an impressive wall of text for something that could have just said "so you don't have to recompile everything when you change only one file" ;)
Mar
27
answered Restore formated Partition Table on LVM Physical
Mar
27
comment What is the relationship between root and kernel?
Question is too vague / unclear to be answerable.
Mar
27
comment Zero graphic card fan speed when no calculations are performed
Does the temperature go down after it is idle for a few minutes?
Mar
26
comment Linux Interrupts
and interrupt controller is a piece of hardware, not something you can write. You will have to be more specific if you want an answer.
Mar
26
comment Intelligently switch between multiple BASH processes
@0xSheepdog, you can suspend an interactive ncurses based program just fine.
Mar
26
answered How does Linux md-RAID handle disk read errors?
Mar
26
answered Intelligently switch between multiple BASH processes
Mar
25
comment Can I mirror lo as eth0?
Define "point to" and describe what this "dumb process" is doing.
Mar
25
comment How Do I check Permissions of Root Folder (/ Folder, not /root)?
Beat me to it, +1 ;)
Mar
24
comment Disk on key is read only on every computer
hdparm only controls the kernel read only setting for a drive, not any hardware setting it may have.
Mar
19
comment Why is iterating over a file twice faster than reading it into memory and computing twice?
@LaurentC., no, it is only read one time in the second example. There is only one call to tail.
Mar
18
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