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Jul
22
revised Snort Failing to start on Ubuntu 9.04
Updated in light of comment
Jun
20
answered Snort Failing to start on Ubuntu 9.04
Mar
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
30
comment including timestamp in file name
Did you try wrapping the filename in quotes: vim "Customer1-$(date).txt"
Jul
12
awarded  Custodian
Jul
12
reviewed Reject Bash Terminal keeps clearing / overwriting itself
May
31
answered How to download ebook form Kindle to my PC?
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Jun
11
answered Is there a standard way of redirecting syslog events to the terminal?
Apr
7
answered LCD image is fuzzy when connected via analog connection instead of digital
Apr
6
comment LCD image is fuzzy when connected via analog connection instead of digital
It could just be a low quality VGA cable or a low quality adapter. Have you tried a different cable and adapter?
Apr
1
comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
You probably want to go to security.stackexchange.com - what you're asking about is how to secure a system from physical attack. Lots of this will have been covered there already - but read their FAQ (security.stackexchange.com/faq) first.
Apr
1
comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
@m4n07 then you need to do more than just stop them running programs off a USB stick...
Apr
1
comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
@m4n07 you do realise that once they have physical control over it they have full control should they wish it.
Apr
1
comment How to disable execution of shell scripts and executables on USB device?
I assume you're looking for more than the noexec mount option?
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
2
comment Windows 7 - Change My Documents (“user files”) use entirely different folder on D:\
The guide I gave came from Windows 7 - and if you'd taken the time to try it you'd have found that it works...
Mar
2
comment Windows 7 - Change My Documents (“user files”) use entirely different folder on D:\
@John, maybe you missed the warning about the nature of Stack Exchange sites? If you don't want people to be able to edit your question, don't use SE.
Mar
2
answered Windows 7 - Change My Documents (“user files”) use entirely different folder on D:\
Jan
11
comment sudo to kill output of ps, awk, xargs
Does your system not have pkill?