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Jul
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answered Stereo “tone-generator” for linux?
Jul
7
comment Considerations when hosting an outgoing email server
"I don't want to depend on an outside service." What hekevintran wrote. Do it yourself, if you possibly can. Don't let corporations take over the internet, they way they have Real Life.
Jul
6
answered Zombie process cannot be removed or killed
Jul
6
answered How to hide an OpenBSD 5.3 server as it would be a windows server or something else?
Jul
5
comment How to capture stdout of a running process redirected to /dev/null
Can you add an example of how this works?
Jul
4
answered How to capture stdout of a running process redirected to /dev/null
Jul
1
answered Address of host you connect from
Jun
28
revised Any implementations of unix with “flat”, tag-based file systems?
Add links, fix misspelling, qualify assertion.
Jun
27
answered Any implementations of unix with “flat”, tag-based file systems?
Jun
27
answered What platform to use for programmatically editing text files?
Jun
21
answered Why, still in modern GUI-based Linux distros, is it common to use the command line?
Jun
20
comment which distributions to test for successful compilation?
One more thing, which is a bit outside your question, but not far. If you can get access to a SPARC/Solaris system, you may flush out mis-aligned pointer and memory problems. SPARC hardware is really finicky about that sort of thing.
Jun
20
comment which distributions to test for successful compilation?
I'll also recommend Arch and Slackware. If you have an up-to-date Arch install, you've got the latest compilers and libraries. Your compilation will work in the future. Slackware emphasizes stability, so if you compile on slackware, people who don't have whatever's currently in vogue will be able to compile. They also have radically different package systems. I mean, you can mostly install a Red Hat rpm on a SuSE box, but you may flush out problems with Slackware or Arch packaging.
Jun
16
comment How can I improve my productivity in Linux?
I don't know if Zsh is a separate install: it is for Arch linux, but I don't know what distro you use. I'm sure Zsh offers git integration, but I haven't needed that. X11 startups usually run a script $HOME/.xinitrc. .xinitrc in turn runs xrdb -merge $HOME/.Xresources Those "resources" are settings and so forth that the X11 server communicates to clients that ask for them. Almost all clients do ask.
Jun
15
revised How can I improve my productivity in Linux?
Fix a typo. Add a notes about putting hotkeys where off-hand can use them, add note about xcb cut buffer manager.
Jun
15
answered How can I improve my productivity in Linux?
Jun
14
revised What are the main differences between BSD and GNU/Linux userland?
Add link to Groklaw's explanation of AT&T/UCB settlement.
Jun
14
comment What are the main differences between BSD and GNU/Linux userland?
Thansk, Evan. Fixed it.
Jun
14
revised What are the main differences between BSD and GNU/Linux userland?
Fix an incorrect link.
Jun
14
answered What are the main differences between BSD and GNU/Linux userland?