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Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Editor
Aug
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revised What is the point of UNIX's rmdir?
update broken link
Oct
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
12
comment couldn't execute “mysql”: no such file or directory, using autoexpect
That's the MySQL server I asked about the client.
Sep
12
comment couldn't execute “mysql”: no such file or directory, using autoexpect
I have to ask the obvious... Is the mysql client installed?
Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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answered “rm -rf /” VS. “mv -r / /dev/null”
Feb
9
comment I enter Youtube's IP but Google opens
You asked how to bypass your DNS. This is how you do it.
Feb
9
answered I enter Youtube's IP but Google opens
Feb
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
21
comment Opening firefox in a centos linux terminal
Use the -X option also when you log in. ssh -X user@hostname
Dec
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comment ssh tunnel stopped working
Sounds like it's doing what you ask. You are combining -f (fork) with -N (execute no command), so ssh forks a background process and leaves your terminal free to do other work.
Sep
22
awarded  Teacher
Sep
20
answered What is the point of UNIX's rmdir?