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Aug
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comment Shell, subshell, source, background process, PID == confusion
source is the same as the standalone-dots I have in the example.
Aug
4
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
@natxoasenjo well if you don't see that the "real world" programs break all the time due to hackish solutions then either you are blind or don't have "real world experience". Udev works fine but has nothing to do with mounting and unmounting. And please stop turning this into a forum thread about who is a programmer. Doesn't help anyone.
Aug
3
comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
@natxoasenjo that's why there are good developers and bad developers.
Jul
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comment Command vs program?
In simple words: command is anything that can execute while program is a binary that can execute.
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Dec
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answered Hook into linux mount/umount event
Dec
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comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
the point is to help other people stumbling on the issue, it's not about points or other ego-boosts. Now even if a user goes through all that trouble, the solution there is outdated. So you are wasting people's time for no benefit (except the 1-2 up-votes you have).
Dec
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comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
Or you can just remove it since it's totally outdated :)
Dec
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comment Hook into linux mount/umount event
udev seems to not have an event for mount/unmount though. It fires just when you connect/disconnect a device. And your link doesn't work..
Nov
15
accepted How is by-id created on Linux?
Nov
14
comment How is by-id created on Linux?
The question is then how lsusb gets this info.. because it might use udev like udisks does.
Nov
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asked How is by-id created on Linux?
Nov
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asked Is udisks used in all Linux distros?
Oct
30
comment Where do the variables of a new BASH shell come from?
The key point, it seems is that export exports to all descendants and not only the direct children as I initially thought. Oh and instead of process explorer you can simply use pstree -p :)
Oct
30
comment Where do the variables of a new BASH shell come from?
I have checked these files and there is not a single line of code with export
Oct
30
asked Where do the variables of a new BASH shell come from?
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