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Ctrl+C sends a SIGINT to the program. This tells the program that you want to interrupt (and end) it's process. Most programs correctly catch this and cleanly exit. So, yes, this is a "correct" way to …
answered Jan 21 '12 by Chris S
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from man chmod: 2000 (the setgid bit). Executable files with this bit set will run with effective gid set to the gid of the file owner.
answered Oct 23 '12 by Chris S
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Given that the process number i is writing to file_i, is it safe to move file_i to an external location? Will the OS simply create a new instance of file_i and write to it? I assume moving the file …
answered Jun 5 '14 by Chris S