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Jul
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revised Difference between ulimit -n and /proc/$PID/limits
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Jul
29
revised `tail -n 40 /var/log/apache2/error.log` without `sudo`
g+r, not g+w. Oops.
Jul
25
answered `tail -n 40 /var/log/apache2/error.log` without `sudo`
Jul
24
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Jul
23
accepted How to customize Bash command completion?
Jul
17
comment Unable to execute program without root privileges regardless of group or permissions
@sherrellbc A lot of the default permission rules are at 50, so I used 52 to be a little after them.
Jul
17
comment Unable to execute program without root privileges regardless of group or permissions
Changing the owner or the group would do—you'd use the group if you want to potentially have multiple users access it (by adding multiple users to the group).
Jul
17
answered Unable to execute program without root privileges regardless of group or permissions
Jul
17
comment How do I create small disk image with large partitions
@AllenKll I've updated the answer to explain what's going on there.
Jul
17
revised How do I create small disk image with large partitions
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Jul
17
revised How do I create small disk image with large partitions
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Jul
17
comment How do I create small disk image with large partitions
@mikeserv you're correct, I meant to write /dev/zero not null. Oops! Will fix.
Jul
16
comment How do I create small disk image with large partitions
@mikeserv yep, I realized that and added a note about it. You probably saw an older version...
Jul
16
revised How do I create small disk image with large partitions
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Jul
16
answered How do I create small disk image with large partitions
Jul
15
comment Apache CGI didn't work?
The status sounds like you have something else listening on port 80; try (as root) ss -tpl '( sport = 80 )' to check what. (And yes, the spaces around the ( and ) in the command are required.) ss is in the iproute2 package if you don't have it.
Jul
14
comment what is scriptname TODAY 0 mean in crontab?
@glennjackman please post that as an answer...
Jul
13
comment “--with-x=yes (default) and X11 headers/libs are not available”
@jordanm please post answers as answers (or, alternatively, if you think the question should be closed, vote to close).
Jul
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Jul
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