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Aug
29
comment Mounted a USB to /home and lost all the sub-directory's
sudo umount /home should do it. If not, sudo reboot and you should be fine.
Aug
14
comment How do I call an executable as if it were called from another folder?
None I can think of off-hand.
Aug
12
answered How do I call an executable as if it were called from another folder?
Jul
10
awarded  Yearling
Jun
10
answered Overwriting a Disk
May
12
awarded  Scholar
May
12
accepted What is the proper way to set SELinux context in an RPM .spec?
May
9
answered Compiling for Red Hat 5.9
Apr
30
comment Fedora 19 - Booting doesn't show login screen
Is the default in /etc/inittab set to 3 or 5? If you need to do init 5 then sounds like it might not be...
Apr
13
comment what does “Read Swap Header failed: Success” mean?
You get two upvotes if I could - the mkswap and errno.
Apr
8
awarded  Civic Duty
Feb
10
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
7
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
19
comment Disable ATI HDMI sound device - Fedora with PulseAudio
Sorry, man... that's why I had the "if" at the beginning...
Jan
17
revised Disable ATI HDMI sound device - Fedora with PulseAudio
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Jan
17
answered Disable ATI HDMI sound device - Fedora with PulseAudio
Dec
3
comment Strange error message during CentOS 6.5 installation regarding disk containing BIOS RAID metadata?
Most definitely; that's why mine was a comment not an answer. I was giving a command that I've used in the past to nuke all the partitioning information, etc.
Dec
3
comment Strange error message during CentOS 6.5 installation regarding disk containing BIOS RAID metadata?
I would assume that dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=1M count=100 or something similar would have worked as well (that nukes the first 100MB of the disk - I don't know where the RAID data is actually kept).
Oct
23
comment shutdown ubuntu server after 2 days at midnight
I don't know the syntax offhand, but in an RPM I built for work, I used the at command to do something two minutes in the future. Basically, if apache was running, I shut it down and tell it to start in two minutes. Then I do all my config tweaking, etc. and know it will come back later.