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comment Default contents of /etc/network/interfaces on Crunchbang/Debian?
This is such a beautiful answer.
Sep
5
revised How to configure Ruby to use the correct gemset or Ruby version on a per-project basis?
Change title to ask the question answered by the selected answer.
Sep
4
revised Which is more widely used: chmod 777 or chmod a+rwx
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Sep
4
comment Which is more widely used: chmod 777 or chmod a+rwx
@Gilles: Thank you for clarifying that. I distinctly remember a coworker setting the wrong permissions because he left out the leading 0, he was doing the incredibly stupid thing of running shell scripts as root through PHP. Note that people still do this with Plesk and the like.
Sep
3
answered Which is more widely used: chmod 777 or chmod a+rwx
Aug
26
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
25
comment Why is this binary file being changed?
Thank you Sim. Though in fact you were the first to post the correct answer, I did select Stéphane for the chosen answer due to the depth of his explanation. Not to worry, you've got a long post history that I am learning from, and of course I upvote those posts that I learn from. Thank you.
Aug
25
accepted Why is this binary file being changed?
Aug
24
asked Why is this binary file being changed?
Aug
24
comment Copy newest file in directory over SSH
Thank you, that was it!
Aug
24
accepted Copy newest file in directory over SSH
Aug
24
comment Copy newest file in directory over SSH
@ArkadiuszDrabczyk: Thanks, sorry about that!
Aug
24
revised Copy newest file in directory over SSH
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Aug
24
answered Quickly check whether many network hosts are up-and-running
Aug
24
asked Copy newest file in directory over SSH
Aug
20
comment How to sort vertically and horizontally?
Relatively easy? Relative to what?
Aug
20
revised Recover atime after vim
edited title
Aug
20
comment Recover atime after vim
@val0x00ff: Thanks, val. I figured that was the answer, but I had to hear it from someone with more experience than me. I'll leave the question open if some neckbeard guru ever comes across it with an answer out of Mordor.
Aug
20
comment Recover atime after vim
@val0x00ff: I added the fstab options to the question.
Aug
20
comment Recover atime after vim
In fact I did use vim. Thanks.