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Feb
21
asked Can I read what CCFLAGS were used for building a binary?
Sep
17
comment Fast way to copy a large file on a LAN
Runing rsync against a file accessed over NFS means that the entire contents of the file needs to copied over the network at least once. You don't need a daemon to invoke a client/server rsync - just run it over ssh. (it's theoretically possible to invoke the remote end over telnet / rsh - but rather silly to run such a service in practice - ssh doesn't add a lot of overhead).
Jul
24
comment Importance of fsck at boot with Journalled filesystems?
psusi - what have you been smoking? " Disks do not report writes as completed before..." - yes they do. "enable the write cache, which is disabled by default" - not on any disk I've ever configured. "barriers are used to prevent reordering" - but you said I was "conflating ordering with barriers"
Jul
23
answered Importance of fsck at boot with Journalled filesystems?
Jul
23
comment Importance of fsck at boot with Journalled filesystems?
There's a lot of missing informaion from this answer hence downvote and answer elsehwere.
Jul
19
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Jul
17
comment Run unix command precisely at very short intervals WITHOUT accumulating time lag over time
I think it's also very probable that the programs porg has tested block while running the intended process - which logically they should do to avoid killing the machine they are running on.
Jul
6
comment handling right click with single button mouse (tablet)
@bahamat: any kind :)
Jul
5
comment handling right click with single button mouse (tablet)
For simplicity I'm probably going to go down the noVNC route - which makes it much simpler to swap the event strings in Javascript, or use xmodmap -e 'pointer=3 2 1....' serverside (with a timer to restore)
Jun
29
answered Critical Memory
Jun
29
asked handling right click with single button mouse (tablet)
May
30
answered Grepping over a huge file performance
Apr
23
answered Non-KDE alternative to KNotes?
Apr
3
comment Ethernet Sniffing Embeded Device
My vote would be for wireshark. You might also want to get hold of a cross over cable in case the device acts as a hub / router / bridge.
Apr
3
comment How can I autostart GDM on Fedora 15?
Did you check what runlevel (fedoraproject.org/wiki/Systemd#How_do_I_change_the_runlevel.3F) you were booting into? Not familiar with upstart on Fedora, but I believe chkconfig can still be used to add/remove services from runlevels.
Mar
13
comment What is the appropriate value of vm.swappiness when using zram?
"increasingly fast"? On the fly compression has been performing better than direct disk I/O for more than the past decade (its never going to be faster than memory access - that's not the point)
Mar
7
answered How to interpret an octal or hex dump of a binary file?
Feb
7
answered Is there a file search engine like “Everything” in Linux?
Feb
7
comment MySQL socket and PHP (and other languages)
...and if so what's the permissions? Also what does SHOW VARIABLES LIKE 'socket'; report? Are you using the same username to connect using the mysql cli as php?
Feb
1
answered What is the formula to determine how much memory a socket consumes under Linux?