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comment File System that supports duplicate directory names
@LiamWilliam, can you articulate a valid and useful use case for duplicate directory names?
Sep
1
comment Where is the latest source code of man command for linux?
That is true. You are going to have to resolve all the dependencies first. even then, your new man binary may not be useful to you because of dependencies on other newer binaries.
Sep
1
comment gnome-tweak tool not found
OP did but indirectly. gnome-tweak-tool only is useful for GNOME3 UI
Sep
1
comment No option of creating new file in centos 7 gui
What GUI are you using, The default i.e. GNOME3?
Aug
19
comment How to differentiate 2 NICs with the same PCI address
Looking at the source code for pci-stub, you should be able to use the subsystem ID (SSID) and subsystem vendor ID (SVID) to differentiate between the the two NICs.
Aug
18
answered Cannot format a corrupted 32Gb SD card
Aug
15
comment All of system ram not available on Debian OS partition
PAE is not "recent", it has been around for years. First implemented in the Intel Pentium Pro in 1995.
Aug
9
comment Force screen output to external monitor while installing/booting linux
Some BIOSes have a debug mode (usually undocumented) where a serial or USB port is used to output the screen. Without knowing more about your laptop and BIOS version, nobody can really help you.
Jul
7
comment Kali Linux wifi issue
It seems like the make command failed, .i.e. you failed to successfully build the kernel module. You need to show use the output of the make command so we can advise you how to fix that problem.
Jun
6
comment Recursively lowercase, replace space and remove invalid characters on linux FS
One way is use the find utility to recursively find all the files and exec a shell script to modify each file name as necessary.
May
23
comment Which one works faster - regular operators (such as <,>,=) or using (-lt, -gt, -eq)? and why?
It depends on your shell and whether the test operators are builtins or not
Apr
25
answered Security implications of forgetting to quote a variable in bash/POSIX shells
Mar
15
comment Disassemble a RAID 1 arragement without removing/reinstalling the system
Looking at the fdisk output you provided, there is only one partition marked fd. So I do not think RAID 1 is set up and running on your system.
Mar
15
comment How to delete remaining files of removed user?
The above command just does a find of files that have no valid user or group owners. STDERR messages are sent to /dev/null
Feb
28
comment What is the proper encoding name to use in locale for UTF-8?
There is no formal standard but there is a convention which industry is coalescing around, i.e.for US English: us_US.UTF-8
Feb
28
comment Bash cannot see PATH update
I may be wrong but I seem to recall that ENV_PATH in /etc/login.defs is now obsolete and ignored.
Jan
30
answered How do I list files ending in txt only on Unix?
Dec
27
comment How OOM killer decides which process to kill first?
I believes that the values are 1 an 2 - not 0 and 1.
Dec
7
comment GRUB-EFI installation fails while installing Kali Linux in external hard disk
The UEFI specification is not "loose at best". Like many specifications developed by industry groups, it is deliberately silent on certain issues. The Tianocore reference implementation provides a TUI common interface.
Dec
7
comment Avoid bloating file size when removing OCRed text from a pdf file?
Have you tried setting TMPDIR to somewhere with enough space? TMPDIR is the canonical Unix environment variable that should be used to specify a temporary directory for scratch space.