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Jan
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answered Use both OpenVPN & eth0 together
Dec
20
answered GPG smartcards handling 4096-bit keys
Dec
20
comment DD-WRT OpenVPN client - cannot get “lan” connected device to route traffic
No problem. I'd start by adding a log line to the end of all your iptables chains, and see if anything's being dropped.
Dec
20
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Dec
20
comment Regular expression and grep not working
No problem! :-)
Dec
20
answered Regular expression and grep not working
Dec
19
answered How to use “rm” to remove files with a “:” in them?
Dec
19
answered DD-WRT OpenVPN client - cannot get “lan” connected device to route traffic
Dec
19
comment linux memory usage check in details
Anyway, in response to the original question, you might find linuxforums.org/articles/using-top-more-efficiently_89.html useful.
Dec
19
comment linux memory usage check in details
From the man page: The total amount of virtual memory used by the task. It includes all code, data and shared libraries plus pages that have been swapped out and pages that have been mapped but not used. I may be misreading, but the phrase pages that have been swapped out is definitely in there.
Dec
19
comment linux memory usage check in details
@mattdm I'm aware of that, but as you say it's not straightforward... otherwise I may just as well have pasted the section out of the man page ;-) RES is the The non-swapped physical memory a task has used... take your point about VIRT though.
Dec
19
comment how to use linux rename
@grawity Cheers for that... I was going on it being the perl-based one, and to keep things to a minimum I went for the shell-only option ;-) Thanks for the tip though!
Dec
19
answered Wireless problem with Debian Squeeze
Dec
19
answered Wanted: GPS-Track (gpx) Analyzer for Linux
Dec
19
comment how to use linux rename
That's a bit weird. Any errors of any kind?
Dec
19
comment how to use linux rename
Odd... I created a few files with the same naming convention you're using, and it works fine. How are you running it?
Dec
19
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Dec
19
comment how to use linux rename
rename 's/^\d+-\d+\s//g' *.m4a should do the trick, though!
Dec
19
comment how to use linux rename
It's just shell... so you should be able to run that straight from the commandline. I'd imagine it is doable with rename, but I've not used it much myself.
Dec
19
answered how to use linux rename