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'nuff said.... :P


Jan
21
comment Linux commands “id” and “whoami” dependencies (for chroot environment)
Try running objdump -R /usr/bin/id or nm -D /usr/bin/id to find the symbols and back-trace it to the respective library, once you've found it, add that to the /lib within the chrooted environment... chances are you may have forgotten to copy the standard C library libc or similar...
Nov
8
comment How to create tunnel to utilize for telnet connection
telnet is soooo 1980s... I cannot believe you're running telnet in this day and age.... whatever happened to ssh?
Sep
28
comment Packet travelling in layers
Ummm... sorry to be harsh but.. something is wrong - you failed to google, yet you answered and upvoted hotei's answer on OSI?! OSI is the key to understanding the different layers...you should not have to worry about the layers - let the network layer take care of it for you, OSI layer 4...
Sep
28
comment Restoring postgreSQL backup to MySQL
Terrible question....please re-edit and be consistent in your formatting...
Sep
25
comment How would you compare GNU/Linux versions to those of Windows
@trolle300: uhmmm thanks for the enlightening info... but .... let's just say, have been around long enough to witness all that... :P
Sep
25
comment How would you compare GNU/Linux versions to those of Windows
@Ignacio: I know.... am surprised to see it referred to as NT v6, maybe MS should revert back to using version numbers instead... :P
Sep
25
comment How would you compare GNU/Linux versions to those of Windows
Since when did anyone use Windows NT x.0 - thought that ended with Winblows NT 4...?
Sep
13
comment Replicate lines containing specific words
voting to close - you could easily use Copy/Paste?
Aug
29
comment Is there a solution to backup a dual boot system?
Voting to close this as it belongs to superuser - when it gets closed - it will migrate across automatically... this is a programming forum, not a disk recovery/specialist/administration forum....
Aug
25
comment Install packages through apt-get or gem?
@Andrew: where does it say anything in the question in relation to programming....???!!! I do not see it... :) This is the right place for it and answers are below....! ;)
Aug
19
comment Install packages through apt-get or gem?
Wrong forum to post this on, this is more of a superuser.com question... when it closes, it will be migrated across....
Aug
9
comment /etc/bashrc Permission denied
Voting to close as this is non-programming related
Jun
9
comment Linkedin Profile: How to add line breaks to your specialties section
This is defo off topic and not programming related...voting to close as this should be filed under LinkedIn's own website as an issue there!
May
27
comment Minimal Linux distribution with sshd and apt
Voting to close this question as this belongs to superuser.com.
May
22
comment How to create a cron job to upload files to an FTP server
This should go on to superuser.com as this is not a programming related question.
Apr
11
comment Dhcpd Daemon is trying to lease itself?
I deliberately removed the MAC's.... :) regardless as I do not want to publish the mac's...the dhcpd log shows that the dhcpd daemon is trying to give itself a lease which it should not happen...
Mar
25
comment Is there any known harm in logging in as root?
good point! :) +1 from me!
Mar
25
comment Is there any known harm in logging in as root?
@Moshe: what if you are an experienced user and have gone through the rites of passage under unix....
Mar
8
comment Google Chrome 4.0.249.89 not working
I installed chrome beta....still the same thing...Bitdefender showed it as adding a new firewall rule to access it but no joy....
Mar
7
comment Google Chrome 4.0.249.89 not working
@fluxtendu: Yes. I have tried to launch chrome between the two steps 4 and 5 and nothing happened, still got the same issue...am trying the beta and copy over my precious stuff to beta to see what happens...I'm taking a long shot here if there's any internal changes to preferences, bookmarks, etc...