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Dec
23
revised Match the next pattern which is less than the previous match
fix typo (edit summary must be at least 10 characters)
Dec
23
revised Why does “bash -x” break this script?
fix language
Dec
23
suggested approved edit on Match the next pattern which is less than the previous match
Dec
23
suggested approved edit on Why does “bash -x” break this script?
Dec
3
comment Is there ever a good reason to run sudo su?
Why the downvotes?
Nov
11
revised How are “/dev” Linux files created?
retag (since the retag privilege is gone I have to go through suggested edits)
Nov
11
suggested approved edit on How are “/dev” Linux files created?
Oct
11
revised The Linux kernel: breaking user space
fix name of Linus
Oct
11
suggested approved edit on The Linux kernel: breaking user space
Oct
7
comment Is there a standard way to start and stop services on Linux?
OpenSUSE 13.2 still provides service as a wrapper around systemctl.
Aug
5
revised Larger “xterm” fonts on HIDPI displays
retag (since the retag privilege is gone I have to go through suggested edits)
Aug
5
revised Why does ln -s accept a single argument
retag (since the retag privilege is gone I have to go through suggested edits)
Aug
5
suggested approved edit on Larger “xterm” fonts on HIDPI displays
Aug
5
comment Larger “xterm” fonts on HIDPI displays
You can set the fontnames (and sizes) in the resources, see the man page.
Aug
5
suggested approved edit on Why does ln -s accept a single argument
Jul
29
answered Is there ever a good reason to run sudo su?
May
19
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Mar
20
comment Extraction of .gz files contained in a folder
Note that the "+" is a GNUism and so will not work on non-GNU systems like *BSD.
Mar
17
comment Transfering large (8 GB) files over ssh
@MarkPlotnick: Wow. openssh 5.3. That's from October 2009. Please get something newer; the latest version is 6.7.
Mar
17
comment Do I need swap space if I have more than enough amount of RAM?
"1-1.5 times memory" - and what will you do while your machine with 16 GB RAM swaps 23 GB? Wait some hours?