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asked copy /a, copy /b - use of this options
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revised ping -s values on Windows NT 6
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asked ping -s values on Windows NT 6
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comment Windows: ping's timestamp option
Doesn't work either. Seems to be blocked at my ISP already. I guess the known potential for misuse explains this.
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asked Windows: ping's timestamp option
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Dec
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revised Move deleted mails to another folder besides Gmail's trash
corrected spelling
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Dec
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suggested suggested edit on I copied an ISO image over a USB drive, can I format it to use it as a storage device again?
Dec
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comment Undo the Linux trash command
On rm: It unlinks a file from it's inode. The question: "Where do files go when the rmcommand is issued" -> unix.stackexchange.com/questions/10883/… might also be a good read for you.
Dec
7
comment Permission denied as root
If the output is really is drwxrwsrwx ....... file_nameand the seventh letter (s instead of - or x) isn't a typo, then the s means a SUID Bit is set -> S**(et) **U**(ser) **ID on execution. This means that other users can execute *file_name* with the same permissions as the user who owns *file_name*. But as root is above all users, it should be able to read the file. Guessing that you are on a GNU/Linux system: What message do you get when trying to read this file as root user? Also: Please describe how you do log in as root
Dec
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revised Restrict folder access in Ubuntu
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comment Restrict folder access in Ubuntu
I've summed up some essentials about users and privileges in this answer here: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/102911/… - this might give you some more grip on this topic named "MODES" -> "en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modes_(Unix)
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revised boot error: unknow filesystem. GRUB rescue
imporved formatting
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suggested suggested edit on boot error: unknow filesystem. GRUB rescue
Dec
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revised Is there a way to change a Linux Live USB (xubuntu 13.10) to save changes? (persistence)
improved formatting