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awarded  Critic
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answered Hook into linux mount/umount event
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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 Now even if a user goes through all that trouble, the solution there is outdated.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).
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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Or you can just remove it since it's totally outdated :)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
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accepted How is by-id created on Linux?
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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.
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asked How is by-id created on Linux?
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asked Is udisks used in all Linux distros?
Oct
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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
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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
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asked Where do the variables of a new BASH shell come from?
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comment how to export variables back to the parent process
Depends what you mean with reliable. Named pipes are a pretty reliable way, without race conditions.
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awarded  Good Question
Aug
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revised What's the soonest I can send a signal to a background process (trap)?
typo
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asked What's the soonest I can send a signal to a background process (trap)?
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asked Shell, subshell, source, background process, PID == confusion
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comment How can I determine if a certain machine exists on the network?
@Paul not sure if you are right, but at my company's intranet nmap -PN shows the host while simply pinging and checking the arp table show nothing.