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comment How can I diagnose recurring but unpredictable brief system hangs?
Can you explain how you upgraded the OS? "I wiped my / folder and installed a new version of Linux over my old executables" seems to imply you did a "rm -fr /" or something. What kind of keyboard do you have?
Jan
28
comment Running local commands on OSX when command completes in ssh session
It will work for interactive sessions. I've edited my answer to be more clear.
Jan
28
revised Running local commands on OSX when command completes in ssh session
clarification
Jan
27
answered Running local commands on OSX when command completes in ssh session
Jan
26
answered Inconsistent font baseline on Linux for some fonts
Jan
26
comment Inconsistent font baseline on Linux for some fonts
It looks messed up on my ubuntu system.
Jan
26
comment Inconsistent font baseline on Linux for some fonts
looks fine on my fedora-22 and centos 6 machines at work. I'll try my ubuntu when I get home.
Jan
26
comment Inconsistent font baseline on Linux for some fonts
Can you share a link with the messed up fonts?
Jan
19
comment Can't open display after reattach screen session
Are you using SSH with X11 forwarding?
Jan
18
answered running X on console
Jan
15
answered Is there a way to reserve some RAM for a process to prevent it from becoming unresponsive?
Jan
13
answered two screen layer: reconection via ssh
Nov
27
comment gzip archive with damaged begin
With the beginning of the file missing, you might out of luck. Did you read this: gzip.org/recover.txt?
Nov
26
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Nov
25
answered How do I ping localhost using IPv6?
Nov
11
comment How to calculate amount of memory needed to keep Linux/ssh responsive?
Just turn off swap and let the oom killer handle things.
Nov
10
comment Time Schedule for Internet access at router level based on MAC Address
@vinco555 - No. But of course it needs to be powered on at the scheduled times to run the scripts.
Nov
10
answered Time Schedule for Internet access at router level based on MAC Address
Nov
9
answered Prepare HDD with Linux to transfer to another computer - no CD-ROM/USB
Nov
9
comment How to fetch file from remote content based on partial file name?
You need to add the wildcard * to include and exclude options as in my answer. p='--include="*_'$(date +$format --date "+ $delta minutes")'*_*.sig.gz"' and --exclude='*' Also I don't know $Et is, but it should be a file with a list of exclude patterns.