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Aug
18
answered Do not expand wildcard on tab completion
Aug
15
comment df -l is showing 100% full but the file was removed
"Removing a file" only takes away the link to access that file in the future. As long as the file is "in use" by one or more active running programs, then the underlying file system will continue to mark the space as "used". You can't get to it with a new process, because the space has no accessible link in the file system. But the program that is already using that file space still has it, and it's still active, and it's still in use.
Aug
15
answered df -l is showing 100% full but the file was removed
Jul
28
answered In vim, why is it :-1j to join with the line above?
Jul
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awarded  Supporter
Jun
17
answered using url with Putty to access Unix server
Oct
12
awarded  Yearling
Jun
21
answered crontab schedule rule misunderstanding
Jun
10
awarded  Editor
Jun
10
revised What is the reason to use RAID?
somebody decided to change the **content** of my answer.
Jun
10
comment What is the reason to use RAID?
attention @techie007: if you want to answer the question, then answer the question. I don't need you changing my answer.
Jun
8
answered What is the reason to use RAID?
Feb
18
answered gzip many files one by one
Nov
30
awarded  Student
Nov
30
asked Office Compatibility Pack and File Permissions
Nov
12
answered Is the version of the linux kernel listed in the source some where?
Nov
10
answered What are the following keyboard shortcuts in a terminal?
Oct
13
awarded  Teacher
Oct
12
comment Is there an equivalent 'cp --backup=numbered' option for copies across the network?
Look at the --suffix=SUFFIX flag. You can probably get, if not numbered versions, at least dated versions with --suffix=.20121012
Oct
12
answered Is there an equivalent 'cp --backup=numbered' option for copies across the network?