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Oct
31
answered Setting DHCP server in Linux centos
Sep
1
comment How to prevent local host name resolving from DHCP names in OpenWRT/dnsmasq
What I do in a similar situation (no openwrt, but dd-wrt) is add this option top dnsmasq: dhcp-option=br1,6,8.8.8.8 , where br1 is the guest vlan interface, option 6 is the dns server option en 8.8.8.8 is one of google's dns servers. So guests never get to query the internal lan
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
and by the way, writing udev rules does not make you a developer, at most a sysadmin of your computer.
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
please come back when you have some real world experience. What you propose is to write some script/program to poll files and you think that is a better idea than to use a well tested api as udev. Who is the bad developper? ;-)
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
"hacky" is usually good enough for most situations. The real world is run by "hacky" solutions. If you do not know that then you have no real world experience using computer systems. Please save your opinions to yourself and stick to the facts. Thanks.
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
please do not lecture me on how to be polite. I have re-read my answers and they are not rude or impolite. So if someone flags a post accusing somebody else that's it? A moderator comes in and tells me off? You have got to be kidding me. Please have the professional courtesy of pointing me what was rude and/or impolite in my comments at least before playing god on a site. And any other user with enough points could have edited my answer to add the link to archive.org, like it has already happened if this was of such importance.
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
@nhinkle, there are no other users, just one user. The examples were perfectly fine in the link which was later easily found in archive.org. Please stop reviving zombie threads. Comments like this one are the reasons people stop posting to the SE sites. It sure will in my case
May
4
comment How to get list of dependencies of non-installed RPM package?
if you ommit -q then you can query your configured repos: rpm -qR graphviz lists all the dependencies for me
Dec
2
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Dec
2
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
I know how the SE sites work. The solution there is not outdated just because you say so. Please stop bugging me or I will have to report you to the moderators.
Dec
1
awarded  Revival
Dec
1
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
why should I remove anything about something I posted 4 years ago and is easily found through archive.org? If you feel so compelled to do it, just get enough reputation points to edit stuff and do it yourself. I can not be bothered to be honest. As to it being outdated, well, that is your opinion and I suppose you know what people say about opinions ;-)
Dec
1
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
that was answered 4 years ago. I am not responsible for that site. But you could take a look at archive.org ..., yes, it's still there, finding it will be left as an exercise for the reader. As to your comment about udev, udev lets you write rules and execute actions when those are matched. It's all you need.
Nov
8
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Nov
6
comment extract file permissions for files and folders to a file
that is used to save and restore acls. No idea how to interpret it. If you just need to see the permissions on the cli, do not use any switch, just use the file or folder as only argument.
Nov
6
answered extract file permissions for files and folders to a file
Nov
3
comment Email Client with Vim Editing
+1 for 'It's All Text'
Oct
31
answered Hook into linux mount/umount event
Oct
31
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Oct
31
comment Init scripts per user
+1 this method will work in ubuntu