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12 votes

What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?

6 votes

How to measure network traffic usage?

5 votes
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Why 192.168.1.105 = 127.0.0.1 in my pc?

4 votes
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How to install a specific debian package

4 votes

umount: device is busy. Why?

3 votes

How to understand linux versioning

2 votes

Remove only given strings from given column?

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How to add user info when creating a user?

2 votes

How to access temporary file straight after creation?

2 votes

Centos - executing a bash script from PHP

2 votes

make an application startup automatically

1 vote
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Issue installing OpenVPN via apt

1 vote

Connecting to wifi using wpa_supplicant

1 vote

Is it possible to stop specific BIND Log messages from being logged?

1 vote

Use a Linux directory as a USB-OTG device to an Android phone?

1 vote

How create a .conf file in a openvpn for run automatically on system startup?

1 vote

Can someone be so kind as to setup a cronjob for me?

1 vote

Tunneling connection through another VM using internal network in VirtualBox

1 vote

How to share folders into two Ubuntu distributions in a dual-boot?

1 vote
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Test Script success by matching output lines

1 vote

BeagleBone Black Wireless - No space left on device

1 vote

Script to create environment variable

1 vote
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Creating an autorized, all privileged user and an identically named DB via CLI (Bash) in one row

0 votes

How to create script to change directory then run

0 votes

Playing a sound using Crontab

0 votes

Copy a file's line and place in command line

0 votes

Shell script to Send mail if Linux Server is down

0 votes

How can I access my web server mounted with virtualbox in my pc from internet?

0 votes

Have a single program run in Debian

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How to change directory from script without calling the script with . ./script, or exit the script when calling . ./script.sh