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Worked in the tech field for over 15 years. Started out learning basic on an Apple IIe then on a TRS-80. Been interested in computer hardware and software my entire life. Consider myself lucky that my hobby as a kid/adult is what I get to do everyday earning a living.

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First, please put down the chocolate-covered banana and step away from the European currency systems.

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comment How to allow pam radius module in centos for user's password as well as one time password
This is a new Q. Please start another one.
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reviewed Close Data card not detecting in Ubuntu 14.04
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comment How to allow pam radius module in centos for user's password as well as one time password
@RohitSingh - that's great news, glad your issue's been resolved. You can mark this A as accepted so other's know your issue's been solved.
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reviewed Close User can execute su but gets incorrect password
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reviewed Close Deterministic method to find out whether a process is in a chroot jail and where
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reviewed Close Reasons behind the default groups and users on Linux
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reviewed Reviewed Once sudo su'd to root, is there a command to see my username?
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revised Once sudo su'd to root, is there a command to see my username?
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revised Using gdb to inspect environment variables
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comment Get a list of applications that are playing sound
@strugee - thanks, forgot to say that, updated that comment.
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revised Yum regular expression or wildcard search?
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revised How to remove a (group) of softwares that depend on one another?
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comment Get a list of applications that are playing sound
If you run this command: pactl list clients you can see all the clients that are using the sound server, assuming you're using Pulse Audio.
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comment Get a list of applications that are playing sound
This (pacmd) didn't work for me on my Fedora 20 system.
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comment Get a list of applications that are playing sound
Moderately related: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/131827/…
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comment CentOS 7 created mdadm array disappears after reboot
Also double check that you have the right UUIDs: mdadm --examine /dev/sda and mdadmn --examine /dev/sdc.
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comment CentOS 7 created mdadm array disappears after reboot
Things to try: serverfault.com/questions/43897/…