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How can I manually set the CPU frequency?

I have tried the following from shell: cat scaling_governor userspace cat scaling_available_frequencies 3326000 3325000 3192000 3059000 2926000 2793000 2660000 2527000 2394000 2261000 2128000 ...
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How to find files on Linux where only root has read permission

I want to find files in some folder like /home/mike/www/test where only root has read permissions and not any other user. EDIT: I have the sudo and permission but I want to list all files where only ...
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Can someone put some restriction to copy few files from folder by root in linux

I have the backup script where i was making the tar backup of directory everyday. ON friday i note that my filesize was 30MB but beofrethat it was 200MB. I checked the main folder and it was around ...
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Potential issues with adding /usr/local/[s]bin to root's path?

I've noticed that the root account $PATH does not include /usr/local/bin or /usr/local/sbin by default. Are there any potential issues that could arise from adding those directories to the path? If ...
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How to log in as root in linux shell?

How to login as root in linux shell?
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Need some help with Terminal Emulator (Android app) commands. (Similar to Linux commands)

I'm trying to follow this tutorial to install Mobile Defense as a system application on my Motorola Droid. I want to use Terminal Emulator and the commands are basically the same. The only two ...
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Ubuntu: Accidentally changed root user to nonexistent shell

I tried to change my user's shell, but used "sudo chsh", and changed the root shell to "bash" instead of "/bin/bash". Now when I try to change it I get "chsh: PAM authentication failed" and it seems ...
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chown is not changing symbolic link

I'm trying to change the user/group of a symbolic link with the command: $ chown -h myuser:mygroup mysymbolic/ But it's not changing. I'm logged in as root. The current user/group is set to ...