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System/Database Administrator. Ruby/Python Programmer. GNU/Linux user since '97.


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answered zsh right-justify in ps1
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answered Create symlinks recursively for a whole tree
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answered LANG=C is in a number of the /etc/init.d/* scripts. What does LANG=C do and why do you need to set LANG=C.
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comment How to ssh linux when the shell is changed or crashed, but still need to have access remotely?
su - is the same as running the root account shell, try with su -s /bin/dash (or another shell listed in /etc/shells, csh family of shells are good candidates, they use different configuration files)
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answered How to ssh linux when the shell is changed or crashed, but still need to have access remotely?
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comment How can I make it easier to move files from an underprivileged (user) account to a root directory in linux?
is your current directory on a remote machine?
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comment I need a traffic monitor for Linux, that only counts in a specific wireless network
You will need a little bit of scripting, but vnstat will do the trick. You need to hook an ifup event to enable vnstat for that interface when the ESSID is the one you need to monitor, and an ifdown event to disable the accounting. The ESSID of the current connection can be obtained with iwconfig and a little of awk/sed/perl/etc. vnstat's parameters --enable, --disable and --update will help you with the accouting script.
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answered I need a traffic monitor for Linux, that only counts in a specific wireless network
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answered How to find installation path for packages installed through apt-get in Ubuntu?
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comment Solarized colors in vim don't seem to be working for me
Solarized's author explain how to setup Terminal.app properly here
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comment Solarized colors in vim don't seem to be working for me
Forcing the number of colors may work, but usually not. Set TERM environment variable to something appropiate for your emulator. What kind of terminal are you using?
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answered Solarized colors in vim don't seem to be working for me
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answered NFS single mount point with symlinks vs multiple mount points
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answered what is FSUM7351 not found in Linux