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Jun
4
comment Prevent creating directories but allow creating files
+1 for the portable method
Jun
4
comment puppet certificate catching error
Are you running ntp? If not, can you run ntpdate pool.ntp.org on both servers?
Jun
4
answered agonizing over the Unix epoch
Jun
4
answered puppet certificate catching error
May
6
answered Is it possible to “hide” an account from /etc/passwd?
May
5
asked davfs2 keep files cached longer
May
4
comment Can I share /usr/local between multiple Linux distributions?
If you're doing a bind mount of /boot, I don't believe that would affect the bootloader unless you try running grub-install or update-grub (depending on the version) and it reads from the newly mounted one. (see linux.die.net/man/8/grub-install). But overall, I believe I have gotten away with running one /boot partition. You will probably want to look at this guide: garron.me/en/linux/… or something similar for dual-booting two Linux installations.
May
3
answered Can I share /usr/local between multiple Linux distributions?
May
2
answered Need general guide on how to build Linux Stream (LiS) under RedHat 6.2
May
2
comment X.org: two 'Screens' on one 'Device'
I haven't done this with AMD cards successfully, but I have used Nvidia's TwinView to get two separate x screens
Apr
24
awarded  Commentator
Apr
24
comment SSH login via IPv6 successfull while using IPv4 to the same host yields “Permission denied”
Just curious, does this look any different if you use public key auth?
Apr
22
revised Does linux modules/drivers belong to kernal space or user space
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Apr
22
answered Does linux modules/drivers belong to kernal space or user space
Apr
22
answered In bash, how can I erase an alias without logout?
Apr
1
revised SELinux: Can I disable copying of certain files?
add sudo example
Mar
28
comment Communication to device is lost when network starts on boot up?
Does the problem persist when you go straight to ttyUSB0? I'm not quite sure of your use case. Can you give an example of how you're opening the socket on both sides - either with a code snippet or equivalent MWE (maybe something with socat and telnet)?
Mar
28
comment SELinux: Can I disable copying of certain files?
No worries, it's not easy to come up with all the possibilities on your own. That's why we have stackexchange :-) Let us know how it goes!
Mar
28
revised SELinux: Can I disable copying of certain files?
some style changes
Mar
28
revised SELinux: Can I disable copying of certain files?
added solution based on comments