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revised Windows Complete Backup
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revised Command to move a window to all desktops
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revised Serial Port I/O Error on Intel NUC with Debian Wheezy
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25
comment shell script for conversion
We can help with specific questions you have, but you can't just copy/paste your homework into the question box
Mar
25
revised How to query an Oracle database and e-mail the results
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25
comment Protection from malware on a Linux “desktop”
There are tons; at the moment this question is basically answered by googling "linux antivirus". If you have a specific problem that's something we can help with, but "how can I prevent all malware" is too broad
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20
revised Java JDK missing libjli.so path in dependency list, Debian
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comment Are External API's secure?
Programming questions aren't on-topic here, and I'm not really even sure what you're asking
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19
comment How to create a script that can't be easily exited
Do you want to prevent interrupts from killing a script, or do you want to prevent users from canceling the update? The latter is more general and has simpler solutions, so you're going to end up getting answers for that even if you asked for the former
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revised Combine xargs argument with some text
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revised Changes to be commited half green half red
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revised Black screen at boot with Mint and Ubuntu live CDs
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revised Squid with mac address filter acl
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revised Why is traffic matching the public zone instead of the desired zone?
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10
comment SUID accidently removed from /bin/su file
You can't just make your own copy of su and expect it to work; that'd be pretty alarming if you could. The standard su is owned by root and setuid so it runs as root
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revised Why does sudo ask for a password?
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