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Jul
17
comment How to boot bootable ISO with PXE?
Yes. Using memdisk if your .iso fits in RAM. If not, then there are other ways. For example with iPXE.
Jun
12
comment How can I create a /etc/init.d/ script easily?
Maybe MetaInit is worth mentioning too: wiki.debian.org/MetaInit or packages.debian.org/jessie/metainit
May
17
answered Equivalent of gnu `sort -R` on OSX?
Apr
18
comment Run script in OS X 10.6 on network connection. (like /etc/network/if-up.d/)
@patrix (and LiberalArtist): Thanks for the correction. I hadn't noticed, because it worked for me in 10.8.5. I guess later versions are more strict.
Apr
16
awarded  Yearling
Dec
27
revised Add another subtitles to matroska file, on Linux
Removed useless/misleading -s 0, -A and -D options from command
Dec
27
suggested approved edit on Add another subtitles to matroska file, on Linux
Aug
28
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
20
answered How to keep group-writeable shares on Samba with OSX clients?
Aug
19
revised How to keep group-writeable shares on Samba with OSX clients?
Re-worded title because the problem is in fact much more specific that the original poster realized
Aug
19
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
19
suggested approved edit on How to keep group-writeable shares on Samba with OSX clients?
Aug
17
revised Samba domain controller: remove 1 Windows client
escape $ sign
Aug
17
suggested approved edit on Samba domain controller: remove 1 Windows client
Aug
17
comment Samba domain controller: remove 1 Windows client
Yes, userdel is needed: m=Win26; pdbedit -x -m $m; userdel $m\$
May
20
awarded  Revival
May
20
comment Why is my .thunderbird folder so big?
That link shows where to delete the cached mails, but the files will be recreated. The offline cache needs to be disabled in the preferences first.
May
20
answered Why is my .thunderbird folder so big?
May
14
comment Moving files inside my NTFS partition is as slow as copying them. What could be the cause of this?
This is beside the point. His problem is not copying files, but moving them on the same partition. No file copy involved.
Apr
10
awarded  Yearling