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Dec
7
comment limits.conf ulimits not being applied to chrooted processes
... is the correct answer. we had actually managed to figure it out, but had forgotten to update this question. Thanks for following up!
Dec
7
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Dec
7
accepted limits.conf ulimits not being applied to chrooted processes
Oct
23
awarded  Excavator
Oct
23
revised Extracting A Clip From An MP4 File In Linux on Kubuntu 11.10
switch order of commands, otherwise it doesn't work
Oct
23
suggested approved edit on Extracting A Clip From An MP4 File In Linux on Kubuntu 11.10
Oct
23
comment Extracting A Clip From An MP4 File In Linux on Kubuntu 11.10
For me it wouldn't work unless I put the -i inputfile argument first, and then the -ss -t arguments in the middle, and then the outputfile... SO: avconv -i input.mp4 -ss 00:00:15 -t 00:00:10 -codec copy output.mp4
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
5
revised Install python module for one user without root access?
fix incorrect command flag
Jan
5
comment Install python module for one user without root access?
try easy_install -U. I'll update my answer.
Jan
5
answered Install python module for one user without root access?
May
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Jan
24
comment limits.conf ulimits not being applied to chrooted processes
yeah.. we've also tried to kick off processes with "bash -l -c python", instead of just "python", to try and invoke the pam/login process, to no avail...
Jan
23
awarded  Student
Jan
23
asked limits.conf ulimits not being applied to chrooted processes
May
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