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visits member for 4 years, 3 months
seen Jul 22 at 18:03

scala, java, linux

searching job in Berlin.


Mar
9
comment Thunderbird: Folder listing suddenly empty
Are you sure you were logged in as yourself? Did you start it as root by sudo, perhaps? Was something else different from other times?
Feb
20
comment Bootable usb for linux (RHEL)
Boot from CD, and choose as installation target the USB-Drive. It is typically enumerated behind the hard drives, so if you have 2 harddrives, they're /dev/sda and sdb, and the usb would be sdc. But try to verify this, somehow (look for the size) to prevent overwriting the wrong stuff.
Feb
6
comment USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions
How will the flipping of the removable-bit influence other OS, do you know that?
Feb
6
comment USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions
How will the flipping of the removable bit influence other OS, do you know that?
Feb
6
comment USB-Sticks and multiple Partitions
How will the flipping of the removable-bit influence other OS, do you know that?
Jan
27
comment Can two devices with different static IP addresses find eachother?
You need to have different numbers, but they have to be in the same subnet, which can be of different size, depending on the number. For example, in the reserved area of 192.168.x.y, the subnets are 256 IPs big, afaik, while in 10.0.x.y it is (afaik) 256*256 IPs big. Since I know nothing of python, this is just a comment. I only know how to search with nmap or ping.
Jan
20
comment Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\
You change the partition with [Drive Letter]:, believe me or test it out!
Jan
19
comment Permissions on a typical shared Linux web host
There is no overall user-permission. The first question is, who is the user, running the PHP-script? This will depend on the server, which is used and its configuration. Servers are mostly started at startup via init-scripts, which means, with root permissions, but root may start them in the name of a third user, like www or www-admin or something. In normal cases the installation will take care of this, and you won't modify permissions of files manually. However, read the manuals of your server and the README files.
Jan
19
comment Permissions on a typical shared Linux web host
Last question first: The users browser runs on a different machine and is in no way of influence. The server does not even know, what permission the user on the remote machine has, and what username is used over there.
Jan
19
comment Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\
I don't see a MS-DOS 1.0 tag, nor 1.0 mentioned. Maybe you can't partition a drive with MS-DOS programs, but you can install an MS-DOS on a partitioned drive. I guess MS-DOS is out of support though, and the tag is there, because many users believe that cmd.exe and MS-DOS means the same, which is another error to address. Apropos: MS-DOS 1.0 was never published.
Jan
19
comment Batch processing two sets of files
How long are those files? Will both lists of names easily fit into RAM? Are there filenames containing blanks and other, unusual characters like tab, line feed, page feed and so on?
Jan
19
comment Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\
But d: is a partition, not a drive.
Jan
14
comment Remove Firefox Custom Search
Shouldn't your answer contain the important steps? External sources might vanish or move to other locations over time.
Jan
13
comment Bash - is there a way to search for a string (or pattern) in your current directory?
There was no name filter specified, so I would remove it, but use -type f as suggested by @MattiasAhnberg.
Jan
13
comment bash alias for “cd directory; ls”
Why don't you use ls directory instead?
Jan
13
comment open office document conversion uses 100% CPU
Using 100% of your CPU is the best thing a program can do. The faster it runs, the more early it will finish. Your problem is, that it takes so long to run, the absolute CPU occupation, not the relative one.
Nov
21
comment Case sensitive searching in linux
Who migrated the question? On Windows, there is a find too, but it has a different syntax and will not work that way. There is a find in the unxtools (or unxutils?), which is a pure win32 application, not something you need cygwin for, but since the windows-find is in the path, it will not work either by simply installing the unixtools. Why was this question migrated here? U&L would have been the better target.
Oct
29
comment Linux “rpl” command doesn't replace text
... and it is already anwered on SU. I flagged it as CP.
Oct
29
comment Linux “rpl” command doesn't replace text
@enzotib: find . -exec sed -i 's/\bdate\b/pdate/g' {} \; will be enough - there is no known shell, where you need to mask {}. :)
Sep
30
comment Diagnosing random system crashes; is there a better way then waiting until it crashes (or doesn't)
Thanks. (8 more Togo)