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May
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Mar
28
comment Should I switch over to UNIX?
I'd shoot for Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, CentOS, etc) over a UNIX OS (e.g. FreeBSD) for a home machine.
Mar
21
answered How can one manually set boot options to boot from a particular partition?
Mar
21
comment Automatically boot into Fedora instead of Windows 8
Are the operating systems on two different disks or they share the same disk? What bootloader are you using: grub or whatever Windows uses?
Mar
20
comment What is the meaning of double hyphen in reboot command
I did. It was converted to a comment somehow.
Mar
20
comment What is the meaning of double hyphen in reboot command
It signifies the end of command options. [Source][1] [1]: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11376/…
Mar
19
comment Unix command to get number of lines in a CSV file
Devoloper250, could you clarify that last paragraph a bit more? An example might help too.
Mar
19
comment Unix command to get number of lines in a CSV file
"cat filename.csv | wc -l" logically does the same thing as "wc -l filename.csv" but is less efficient and elegant
Mar
14
answered Graphing application(s) for Linux?
Feb
13
comment Need Multiple IP addresses from one PC
True, but typically you do.
Feb
13
answered Need Multiple IP addresses from one PC
Feb
7
accepted How Do I Manage Multiple Kernel Modules by the Same Name?
Feb
6
answered How Do I Manage Multiple Kernel Modules by the Same Name?
Feb
6
comment How Do I Manage Multiple Kernel Modules by the Same Name?
Preferably autoloading, but it would be nice to determine how to do it via modprobe too. I did notice modprobe has the -t and -l options that might work.
Feb
4
answered Is this possible to bring back a live cd session after an accidental CD-ROM unplugging for a while?
Feb
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asked How Do I Manage Multiple Kernel Modules by the Same Name?
Dec
18
comment Can't boot operating system
You could always boot the Ubuntu Install disc and manually reinstall grub from the command line too.
Dec
18
answered Can't boot operating system
Dec
18
comment Finding out which device is using my network
You can sort captured packets by IP address. At that point you could see the total amount of data transferred by that address.
Nov
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