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comment How can I find out which user logged in as root?
When I wrote this, sudo wasn't very common. Today, I'd say sudo is nice if you admin just a single machine and/or if you have to run just a single command. But in my case, 90% of the time, I need to do remote work. So I ssh and then I'd have to sudo. If you switch between local and remote all the time and you have to run many commands, I still prefer ssh (or one way to do everything).
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comment ping can't resolve hostname, but nslookup can
@otakun85: Ah, I get it. I've accepted this answer instead.
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comment ping can't resolve hostname, but nslookup can
@otakun85: And how would I do that?
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comment Is it possible to find the CPU hogging tab in Firefox?
@LuísdeSousa: When you are logged in, you can see a "(vote)" link in the field "Importance:"
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