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Jun
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Feb
17
comment How to run commands as in a queue
I tried on CentOS 6. I tested with just a simple "sleep x". I'm not sure what at does to run that but I assume it starts a subshell and that subshell should wait for the result (a sleep call does not return immediately).
Feb
16
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Feb
16
comment How do I add a user to multiple groups in Ubuntu?
@Gauthier run the above twice, once for each group. I figured that was obvious.
Feb
16
comment How to run commands as in a queue
On linux at least this does not seem to wait for the previous command to finish.
Dec
27
comment Windows (using UEFI boot on GPT disk) will no longer boot after adding an MBR hard disk
Another note: you should be able to change the identifier with diskpart (list disks, select disk #, uniqueid disk ...), so no need to zero it out manually. I only found this out after already converting to GPT.
Dec
27
comment Windows (using UEFI boot on GPT disk) will no longer boot after adding an MBR hard disk
I ran into something very similar. I think the easiest way to solve it is by converting the second drive to GPT (with gdisk under linux, do back up the MBR with sfdisk or similar). Have to boot from the install media a few times and do the various boot repairs, after that I got it to boot.
Jun
8
answered How to know the level of a symlink in linux?
May
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comment Window maximize delay in Ubuntu Karmic
fglrx is the proprietary driver.
Oct
25
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Oct
23
comment How to tar.gz everything under xx MB?
If you're talking about the command line size limitation, that's not an issue here, as we're piping the output of find directly into tar.
Oct
23
comment How to tar.gz everything under xx MB?
The tar documentation documents no such limitation on the size of the input to -T, so I have no idea what you're talking about really.
Oct
23
answered How to tar.gz everything under xx MB?
Aug
19
comment Is this a complete way to back up a Linux installation?
I've always used to do the copying. Using cp gets weird when you're copying links.
Aug
19
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Aug
19
comment Installing IE7 without a working IE6
uhm windows update uses IE to display doesn't it?
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Sep
16
answered How do I add a user to multiple groups in Ubuntu?