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Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
24
answered Whats a simple Window Manager to use for web development?
Oct
21
answered Delete all jpg in a folder that are smaller than specific width/heigth
Oct
19
revised /sbin/init does not exist - Bailing out, you are on your own. Good luck
Gilles is correct. I expanded my answer to accout for that.
Oct
19
answered /sbin/init does not exist - Bailing out, you are on your own. Good luck
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
15
comment What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
@kyrie - I just elaborated on the entire pipeline's meaning.
Oct
15
revised What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
Add missing backtick.
Oct
15
revised What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
Explain the whole pipeline. It's a common pattern.
Oct
15
answered What is the meaning of cut's -d and -f options
Oct
15
answered Processes in Linux
Oct
15
answered Advantages of using distribution-specific configuration files over generic start-up scripts?
Oct
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
11
answered How to make processes not die after its parent dies?
Oct
10
revised What is the meaning of if [ -n “$(which voltdb 2> /dev/null)” ];?
Remove an ungainly use of the word "ultimately" not in the final position.
Oct
10
answered What is the meaning of if [ -n “$(which voltdb 2> /dev/null)” ];?
Oct
9
revised What is stored in /dev/pts files and can we open them?
Add note about xterm/rxvt using pttys
Oct
8
revised Why is Linux's filesystem designed as a single directory tree?
Add NFS mounting note.
Oct
7
comment Why is Linux's filesystem designed as a single directory tree?
@Christopher Creutzig - agreed, symbolic link not necessary for my example, I just wanted to throw in another example of how a flexible naming schema can work for you. It's perhaps not the very best example.
Oct
7
comment Why is Linux's filesystem designed as a single directory tree?
@RBerteig - maybe tradition, especially in the Windows case, but Rob Pike presents a fairly convincing argument for Unix-style naming schemes in The Hideous Name, pdos.csail.mit.edu/~rsc/pike85hideous.pdf