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May
27
comment Loss of memory when system is mistakingly inactive
Perhaps screen saver kicks in? Try disabling it, just turn off monitor if necessary.
May
25
reviewed Approve Native alternative to wget in Windows PowerShell?
May
25
reviewed Approve Could my CPU be damaged?
May
25
reviewed Approve Example of fail2ban configuration to ban servers spamming my postfix server?
May
25
comment Save Print Job in Queue as PDF
Why not just ALWAYS print things to the PDF queue? Then print any you desire as a paper copy afterwards. Hmmmm.
May
25
answered Wireless clients on an access point cannot see each other
May
24
answered How do I determine which power managment tool is blanking the screen?
May
23
reviewed Approve Bypass ~/.profile on remote login to a linux server
May
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reviewed Approve Bypass ~/.profile on remote login to a linux server
May
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reviewed Approve Executable can't find correct files when called via symbolic link
May
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reviewed Approve Executable can't find correct files when called via symbolic link
May
17
reviewed Approve Bash/ZSH: Undoing 'disown'
May
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reviewed Approve Edit restriction in Microsoft Onenote
May
15
answered Linux delay command until after an older process completes
May
5
answered Windows 7 laptop constantly dropping internet connection
May
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Apr
11
comment gcc --as-needed linker flag not working
Silly Bear! ………
Apr
11
comment gcc --as-needed linker flag not working
I'd look at your linker and its default options/setup/configuration. gcc is really a controller which runs compiler (cc) and linker (ld) in order. It passes -W options to the linker. You might try compiling with gcc, but then linking by hand to test this, suggest 'ld --trace --verbose --as-needed -lncurses 1.o -o 1' (after 'gcc 1.c -o 1.o') Placement of '-lncurses' in cmdline MAY affect success, see ld man pages on -l option and location in line effects.
Mar
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