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9 votes

Are BusyBox commands truly built in?

4 votes
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yum groupremove 'Development Tools': keep packages required by other packages

4 votes

How is /etc/fstab accessed before root is mounted?

4 votes
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Is there a command line tool to manage unix signals?

4 votes
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Using a shell script to parse through a CSV file and add users using the ldapadd command

3 votes
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iptables -I FORWARD -j DROP does not cut existing connections

3 votes
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command -v <foo> returns wrong result after overwriting <foo> as function

2 votes

Writing a TCP server in bash

2 votes
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When does order matter in redirection?

1 vote

How do I get x11vnc to turn on during Boot, without logging in, so I can access over SSH Tunnel?

1 vote

cron: send error messages to file, when no MTA is installed

1 vote
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MASQUERADE doesn't work - the response packets are lost

1 vote
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name_servers= from resolvconf.conf are not prepended, they're used alone

1 vote

Editing metadata with bash

1 vote

dhcp without dns: ping `hostname` not working. Auto add hostname to /etc/hosts?

1 vote

Linux - wrapper to monitor an application's file access?

1 vote

`yumdownloader --source` can't find srpm on rhel 6.5

0 votes
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space-efficient disk snapshots on Linux

0 votes
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Thin LVM pool frozen due to lack of free space, what to do?

0 votes

Executing commands consecutively based on log output

0 votes

How to capture IP address of clients to my server through a reverse ssh tunnel.

0 votes
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No EOF, when a program reads its own executable file on cifs mount

0 votes

Serve Internet to remote machine via SSH?

0 votes
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enable systemd service in non-default target like `chkconfig --level` did

0 votes

Store output of a command into a ring-buffer

-1 votes
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Do not clear a split screen region when one command completes

-1 votes

viewing printf after pipe (or subshell?)