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Aug
3
awarded  Revival
Jul
21
revised Is it possible to find out the hosts in the known_hosts file?
It is ssh_config, not sshd_config
Jul
21
suggested suggested edit on Is it possible to find out the hosts in the known_hosts file?
Jun
22
comment What is the point of CTRL-s?
@VolkerSiegel: Also thanks for most! As the author says: "Why settle for less?". Debian users can apt-get install most.
Jun
18
awarded  Nice Answer
May
29
answered Is there a unix command line tool that can analyze font files?
Feb
5
answered How to get netmask from bash?
Feb
1
answered mount.cifs : mount error(12) : Cannot allocate memory
Dec
30
comment How to let `named` (bind9) forward certain domains to a different nameserver?
You might also need to replace dnssec-validation auto; with dnssec-validation no; in named.conf.options.
Dec
30
answered How to create Maildir directory with enough permissions for Postfix?
Dec
15
revised How can I detect if the shell is controlled from SSH?
use proc/$PPID/stat instead of ps
Dec
15
comment How can I detect if the shell is controlled from SSH?
@bene: The alternative solution which I just added should also work with IPv6. I don't know about tmux, but it does also work in screen.
Dec
15
revised How can I detect if the shell is controlled from SSH?
added alternative of recursive search for sshd in parents
Oct
31
awarded  Yearling
Oct
3
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
31
awarded  Excavator
Jul
31
revised Convince apt-get *not* to use IPv6 method
updated link
Jul
31
suggested suggested edit on Convince apt-get *not* to use IPv6 method
Jun
4
comment How to delete commands in history matching a given string?
While there are working answers below, I still wonder why it doesn't work with history -d X. I came across this question because I had just done history | grep search_str | sort -nr | awk '{print $1}' | while read i; do history -d $i; done. No error, but nothing deleted. Anybody can explain why?
Apr
17
revised Why do some Linux files have a 'd' suffix?
remove UUOC