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comment creating a bootable USB from command line on linux
Making an assumption here, I think the mkdosfs command may not be necessary, since the iso has a filesystem located on it already (probably including an MBR, not sure) that is copied over to the beginning of the block device. Man, isohybrid is a cool command, didn't know about it!
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comment Why does Vim still have vi-compatibility mode?
neovimis gutting it's support for Vi-compatibility, as well as support for a bunch of older, less popular OSes.
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answered How do I debug an upstart job?
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comment How do you list all processes on the command line in Windows?
Lots of examples to work with WMIC, thanks @quux!
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comment How can I create a bootable USB from ISO on Windows 7?
Rufus is the way to go. Definitely.
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comment How to list hosts on the current network without knowing the subnet in advance?
--iflist is cool, I didn't notice that option.
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comment How to list hosts on the current network without knowing the subnet in advance?
Drat, I was hoping to take the easy way out and find an already finished implementation. I also didn't think it was normal for parsing ifconfig/ipconfig input. I was hoping to drive something like netsh on Windows.
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revised Display list of computers on a LAN in Linux
added secondary way, numbering
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asked How to list hosts on the current network without knowing the subnet in advance?
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revised How to ssh to my machine at home, when the IP address of router might change?
Added secondary solution.
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comment Display list of computers on a LAN in Linux
I know that there are man pages, but it would be useful to see an example in the answer.