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Sep
26
comment DEC ANSI command sequence questions; cursor movement
No - I'm not saying there should be an entry in terminfo for your hardware - there WILL be an entry for a VT102 though describing all the command sequences which nethack or any other curses based application will use.
Sep
22
comment What could cause strange behavior in file(1) command?
Is it sending both responses on the same stream?
Sep
22
answered DEC ANSI command sequence questions; cursor movement
Sep
22
comment Minimize need for sudo
...and do consider setting up your own groups for specific tasks (and applying config to the relevant daemons where appropriate - e.g. sshd, cupsd)
Sep
20
answered Don't require root to add printers
Sep
16
comment Knowing Privilege rights on a file in Linux
But just because a file has 'r' permissions for a user doesn't mean they can read it - they also need to r+x on a directory it is in. The rute (linux.2038bug.com/rute-home.html) is an excellent, free, online introduction to Unix (inlcuding file permissions)
Sep
16
comment ActiveX under Linux
/me is struggling to imagine why you would want to do this.
Sep
13
answered Should I put application into /usr/local or /usr/local/share?
Sep
13
answered Files uploaded as root to the web server can't be overwritten by web application
Sep
1
answered Is there any method to mount a block of memory as a filesystem in linux?
Aug
30
answered Getting PHP fatal errors in vTiger while logging from a normal users
Aug
22
answered How to setup linux server for headless use?
Aug
22
answered Run getty on a serial port on startup on RHEL
Aug
17
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Aug
17
comment Use `less` to view comma-aligned data
See also 'man cut' to view only specific columns, e.g. cut -d',' -f1,4-6 would return only columns 1,4,5 and 6
Aug
16
answered Permissions of webserver's root directory
Aug
16
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Aug
16
comment Run a simple http server locally on a non-80 port
"Would be also nice to run it in a SCREEN" - eh? It's a daemon?
Aug
8
comment How to tell when a computer is idle?
You'd need to be a lot more specific about what you mean. What if they started a setsid progam before logging out - would you consider their session still active? What can you not get from the bash history?
Aug
8
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