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Mantas Mikulėnas aka grawity

“ When you're laying on the ground just remember to
  Breathe, just breathe, just breathe, just breathe ”


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revised Using SCP or SFTP with my ssh config file?
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answered Is there a gtld that is officially reserved for nonroutable/private addresses?
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answered Setting ACL for group read access
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answered How to create private ssh RSA key from text file on mac?
Jan
21
comment NTFS MAC Times in Hexadecimal
...what's a "MAC time"?
Jan
21
comment generate an ssh key for all users
You tagged this with github. Is the key for connecting to your server or from it?
Jan
21
comment Less interrupting in less
@PiotrDobrogost: It can, that's how the F (follow) mode works. Pipes and ttys are pollable the same way.
Jan
21
comment Less interrupting in less
@PiotrDobrogost: What other signal would you suggest? There aren't many that have dedicated keyboard shortcuts, only SIGINT (Ctrl-C) and SIGQUIT (Ctrl-\), and the latter is meant to exit the program immediately, not merely interrupt. The rest are only available via kill.
Jan
20
comment Create an MS-DOS disk
@TheLinuxGK: Now you're out of luck, because Windows 98 has no built-in support for writing CDs, much less embedding a boot image into one. You'd need ImgBurn.
Jan
20
revised Create an MS-DOS disk
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Jan
20
answered Create an MS-DOS disk
Jan
19
revised Is there a way to create a /dev/clipboard like in Cygwin?
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Jan
19
revised How to permanently change the appearance of a certain cmd window even after changing its path?
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Jan
18
answered Disabling ECDSA
Jan
17
answered Memory usage grouped by parent process
Jan
17
answered How can I download summary info about my emails using e.g. fetchmail?
Jan
17
comment Why next router have smaller response time than previous router in mtr?
I'm quite sure mtr does not show the times this way. For one, there's no guarantee that the responses will actually arrive in order, or at all – and it'll show exactly the same times for hop X regardless of whether it got a reply from X-1 or not. For another, the differences would be more or less equal, not always increasing. Finally, if the final delay was actually the sum of all numbers shown, then it would mean the delay to the 17th hop was 2.4 seconds -- which is quite different from what a direct ping would show.
Jan
16
answered archlinux upgrade package-query fails to init alpm lib
Jan
16
reviewed Approve How do I get Apache to follow symlinks?
Jan
16
answered Is there a way to create a /dev/clipboard like in Cygwin?