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Woof.


Mar
9
comment Saving webpage as app
iOS has neither an Applications folder nor a Dock.
Feb
20
comment Run application as root by default on Mac Mountain Lion
That is either a bug in the application, or an issue with other permissions on your system. It should not be necessary under any circumstances.
Feb
20
answered Run application as root by default on Mac Mountain Lion
Jan
27
comment linux chmod not working with windows flash drive
Why are you trying to compile mod_wsgi yourself? Ubuntu has a package for mod_wsgi, called libapache2-mod-wsgi.
Jan
7
answered How can I run commands like setfsuid, setfsgid as a normal user?
Jan
5
comment apache cannot read java .class files
The filename listed in the PHP results is different -- it's missing the .class suffix. Is this intentional?
Dec
17
awarded  Editor
Dec
17
revised Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?
that version is relatively modern, and uses mkdir() - it isn't setuid
Dec
16
suggested approved edit on Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?
Dec
16
comment Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?
That version of mkdir was relatively modern -- it uses mkdir().
Dec
16
answered Why is the setuid permission bit not set for mkdir in modern Unix systems?
Nov
1
awarded  Commentator
Nov
1
comment How to get the original vim files on mac?
It's preinstalled with the OS.
Sep
23
comment Host key verification failed - Linode
I see one on the fourth line of the terminal (right below the blurred line).
Sep
23
answered Host key verification failed - Linode
Sep
20
comment Can't write to file /sys/class/backlight/acpi_video0/brightness (ubuntu)
I can't take credit for coming up with that -- it's a bit of UNIX folklore I picked up from who-knows-where.
Jul
25
answered Why do Linux systems have multiple virtual consoles?
Jul
20
comment Is there anyway to send and receive email in linux command using POP3?
That's describing the entirety of the Mailutils suite. GNU mail itself doesn't support POP (it only reads mail spools and maildirs), but some of the other utilities, such as movemail (similar to fetchmail) do support POP.
Jul
19
answered Is there anyway to send and receive email in linux command using POP3?
Jul
9
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