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Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
because it has to delete the record about your file from the folder. not from the file. This is why it has to write to a folder (that is actually also a file, just with special meaning)
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
because the deletion/creation is an operation on folder, not on a file
Oct
29
answered “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
Oct
27
answered Linux cannot alter partition table of main hard disk of my laptop
Oct
27
revised Linux cannot alter partition table of main hard disk of my laptop
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Oct
27
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Oct
27
comment Linux cannot alter partition table of main hard disk of my laptop
What the fdisk -l /dev/sda reports? BTW, delete your own answer - it is not an answer, it is a comment to your question. As you are the OP it actually should be an update to your question. I added it to the question though.
Oct
24
answered Squid - transparent proxy with NICs on same subnet?
Oct
24
answered du excluding hard links possible?
Oct
23
comment Any performance issues with a SATA to PATA adapter for a 2nd hard disk for my laptop?
@Hennes then we may say that the OP will not see the performnace degradation but perhaps (s)he will see the increase
Oct
23
comment Any performance issues with a SATA to PATA adapter for a 2nd hard disk for my laptop?
However, if the aim is to provide some notebook that has the parallel IDE interface with extra disk space, then I believe that this tandem will perform equally to the native PATA drive. What you think?
Oct
22
answered How are PCI/PCIe BARs configured to access memory on the device?
Oct
22
comment Clarification of the difference between PCI memory addressing and I/O addressing?
No. Not necessarily RAM. It may be an array of IO registers in the device. It may be onboard RAM (regular). It may be some RAM at the device (for device purposes, not as a general RAM
Oct
21
comment Capture data that my ADSL modem send
Doubtfully. Its definitely faster to find a tool to connect to modem's JTAG and read the content of the flash. As you may wait years until someone from your ISP decides to remote connect to your device..
Oct
21
comment Capture data that my ADSL modem send
While it is of course theoretically possible, it will be really hard to implement. Could you explain the use case, please?
Oct
21
answered How to find out the name of application that just flashed and dissapeared
Oct
21
comment Reverse lookup of inode/file from offset in raw device on linux and ext3/4?
It is definitely possible and a few years ago I saw the HOWTO somewhere in the internet. The trick involves some math on different parameters of the filesystem and partition table. Try to search for it. This could be useful: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/37119/…
Oct
21
comment Using a 3G router to supply internet access
Tell please about the ADSL device. Its model, does it supplies your pc with private address or you get public address at your PC, how PC is connected to the internet (if PPTP or PPPoE or what ever 'magic' is used?
Oct
21
comment Disposable user account
why someone downvoted on the question? The thing that is obvious for one may be completely hidden for another one, not a bad question :(
Oct
21
revised Clarification of the difference between PCI memory addressing and I/O addressing?
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