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Jan
19
comment Laptop mode tools (Linux)
Do you have an example config file?
Jan
19
comment Small CLI-only distribution based on Arch or Debian
No idea how big this turns out to be - wiki.debian.org/ReduceDebian
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Is “<command> &” same as demonizing a process in Linux?
Jan
19
comment Linux RPC call is slow
You might get more joy over at the regular StackOverflow [stackoverflow.com/], let's see how it goes but you might find this question closed and punted over there.
Jan
19
reviewed Approve How to enter vim user manual without being in VIM
Jan
19
revised Validating input
fixed formatting
Jan
19
reviewed Leave Open Replace awk and tr with just awk for converting to lowercase
Jan
19
reviewed Reopen Debian blu-ray and dvd both have 3 disks, what is the purpose of the blu-ray discs?
Jan
19
reviewed Looks OK I use OpenSMTPD on OpenBSD 5.8! How can I automatically encrypt E-mail with OpenSMTPD
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Winexe “failed to open connection - NT_STATUS_RESOURCE_NAME_NOT_FOUND”
Jan
18
comment Shutdown PC after suspending terminal process (apt-get upgrade)
Suspended processes do not survive shutting the machine down.
Jan
18
reviewed Looks OK CentOS 6.7: network is unreachable after a new clean installation
Jan
18
comment CentOS 6.7: network is unreachable after a new clean installation
Regardless of the actual issue, this answer needs more explanation about why you need to run those commands what they're fixing, otherwise it's not as helpful as it could be.
Jan
18
reviewed Close What are the use cases for write-only and write-execute files?
Jan
18
reviewed Leave Open PPPoE not working as Hotplug in particular conditions (Realtek 8169 NIC and Kernel 3.x)
Jan
18
comment PPPoE not working as Hotplug in particular conditions (Realtek 8169 NIC and Kernel 3.x)
It's still possible that it provides help, it just means the answer needs to be written up as an answer surely?
Jan
18
comment What are the use cases for write-only and write-execute files?
Do you have any specific examples or is this purely a theoretical question? Also, are you referring to u, g or o permissions? (For example, I can think of a use case where a group requires write access, but not read access so although all members can update a file, they can't read each other's updates).
Jan
18
revised CentOS 6.7: network is unreachable after a new clean installation
tidied formatting / spelling
Jan
18
revised Apache 2 Debian SSL Certification not exist
tidied formatting
Jan
18
reviewed No Action Needed What does newermt mean in find command?