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Nov
2
accepted can't run lspci in centos 6?
Nov
2
comment can't run lspci in centos 6?
is there a way to make any given program available to all users, since it's not strictly a privilege issue?
Nov
2
comment can't run lspci in centos 6?
ok, weird. adding sudo got it to work. pardon my ignorance, but what does that mean exactly? Super Users have a different path than regular users?
Nov
2
asked can't run lspci in centos 6?
Oct
12
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
comment How can I make my shell behave like vim?
................yes!
Oct
8
accepted How can I make my shell behave like vim?
Oct
8
asked How can I make my shell behave like vim?
Sep
24
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
22
comment Sending mail from the command line
oh, yeah, thanks for the insight but i'm sending an email telling everyone who their secret santa is. So...knowing where the email is irrelevant. So long as the sender of the email (me!) can't see what's in it to figure out who's getting them (me!) a gift. make sense?
Sep
21
accepted Sending mail from the command line
Sep
21
comment Sending mail from the command line
hahaha, brilliant!
Sep
21
comment Sending mail from the command line
well, yes that's a possibility, but I'd really like it if I could just have no record. If I create a new gmail account, I still have access to it. It's definitely a route I can take but it seems like I should be able to just send some text to an email address without recording what was sent.
Sep
21
asked Sending mail from the command line
Jun
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
16
answered Command line tool to print out path of an app
Feb
16
accepted why can I invoke java from one user, but not root?
Feb
16
accepted issue with my path variable