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answered How to install java on linux without using RPM?
Feb
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comment Descending list ordered by file modification time
This doesn't work for me. Doing it this way sort will order alphabetically from the start of the line.
Feb
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comment Descending list ordered by file modification time
Sure, completely dependant on the ls output format.
Feb
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answered Descending list ordered by file modification time
Feb
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answered How to move settings to a new ADSL router?
Feb
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comment Temporary Wifi Internet for external vendors not on corporate LAN
I am a security IT guy myself, and as long as you put it between your firewall and the router I don't see any big security issues. Even better would be to have two firewalls, one external behind the modem/router, then the WiFi access point, and then the internal firewall. If you need this type of access, and you don't want to pay a 2nd connection, this is a good solution.
Feb
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answered Temporary Wifi Internet for external vendors not on corporate LAN
Feb
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answered How to allow anonymous ssh login to a Linux box and only run one program?
Feb
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answered How do I see what my most used linux command are?
Feb
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answered Command line way to view a line of a file with context?
Feb
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comment How does a hard drive retain information after being formatted?
youtube.com/watch?v=o-dc00iEhbo
Feb
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comment How can I get command prompt to merge my files in name order?
add windows and/or windows-7 tag
Feb
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comment Error loading operating system: format Windows 7 to Windows XP Service Pack 3
I do have a suggestion: do regular backups, and always before reinstalling an operating system or playing with partitions !!! I hope you get your data back, but really try to have a regular backup system for your data.