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awarded  Informed
May
14
revised Can't resume editor running as root
Updated with new details, and potential steps to reproduce
May
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Sep
11
asked Can't resume editor running as root
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Apr
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comment Why do computers count from zero?
To be completely pedantic, you're comparing a verb with a noun. I think "tally" and "count" really are synonymous, and both can be used as either a verb or noun.
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
21
answered I need a program that will do a mouse click on the Firefox browser
Sep
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answered Can an NIS user be a member of a local group?
Jul
16
revised Can't do anything with MySQL server on Ubuntu
Default port is 3306; Host wildcard is %
Jul
16
suggested approved edit on Can't do anything with MySQL server on Ubuntu
Jul
11
comment Mirror/Backup from SSH/SFTP to Windows
@stefan.at.wpf No, the rsync daemon runs as the user who connected by SSH. It would only have root privileges if root started it as a service on the server (and then you would use the rsync protocol to connect instead of SSH). But even in this mode, the rsync daemon can be configured to run as a less-privileged user.
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
24
accepted Ubuntu stops auto-mounting flash drive
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14
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
comment What is more effective for reviving performance - cleanup utilities or reinstalling the OS?
@Tommy, memory is implicitly defragmented every time you shut down or reboot...
Dec
21
comment Malwarebytes vs Anti-Virus?
What about Malwarebytes Pro? It has an active scanning mode which is just like a traditional "anti-virus" program.