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Jul
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
3
answered How can I get my public IP address from the command line, if I am behind a router?
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10
awarded  Revival
Jul
26
awarded  Revival
Jul
25
comment Finding and deleting lines from all files recursively
Why don't you give it a try yourself, instead of asking me?
Jul
15
comment Finding and deleting lines from all files recursively
s/KeyWord//g (substitutes KeyWord with '' (empty string), g for all (not only the first on each line).
Jul
9
revised Monitor a Folder OSX for file changes then run a bash script
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Jul
7
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
7
answered Archlinux: Where I can find gcc-4.4-multilib?
Jul
7
revised Accidentally dd'ed an image to wrong drive / overwrote partition table + NTFS partition start
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Jul
7
revised Accidentally dd'ed an image to wrong drive / overwrote partition table + NTFS partition start
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Jul
7
answered Accidentally dd'ed an image to wrong drive / overwrote partition table + NTFS partition start
Jul
7
revised Monitor a Folder OSX for file changes then run a bash script
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Jul
7
answered if one doesn't care about protecting a gpg secret key, is it still as secure as using gpg --symmetric?
Jul
7
answered Monitor a Folder OSX for file changes then run a bash script
Jul
6
awarded  Supporter
Jul
6
revised How do I compress a vmlinux kernel into vmlinuz?
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Jul
6
comment How do I compress a vmlinux kernel into vmlinuz?
vmlinuz files are what you get with make bzImage. Both the names vmlinuz and bzImage refer to a compressed kernel, and do not relate to a specific compression algorithm (no, don't try to deduce anything from the prefix or suffix).
Jul
6
answered How do I compress a vmlinux kernel into vmlinuz?
Jul
6
comment Does a file system like WinFS actually exist?
Haiku is nice, but it doesn't really have an ecosystem (and very little hardware support). The architecture was greatly optimized and efficient in the 90s, but doesn't make much sense with modern hardware (I'm thinking mostly about the graphical layer here).