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awarded  Yearling
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comment Unix Cached Memory
@Damo: This shouldn't be caused by caching in the kernel. It can be some other application using too much memory or writing to disk too much, so that the disks can't keep up.
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answered Unix Cached Memory
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comment yum erase python = destruction
Unless you know exactly which particular rpm's to install to revive your system.
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revised yum erase python = destruction
/home partition note added
Jul
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comment yum erase python = destruction
Yep, not clear whether it doesn't boot or can't start the desktop environment.
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comment yum erase python = destruction
He mentions that Fedora "doesn't start".
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answered yum erase python = destruction
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comment Can tar be forced to exit on the first error?
I tried with other applications. tar probably just ignores the error. There need to be a pipe so that SIGPIPE is sent to tar in case of error to knock it off.
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answered Can tar be forced to exit on the first error?
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comment Execute Command on Login in Fedora 16
does it work if you just type it in the terminal?
Nov
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answered How to use ICMP to verify the accessibility of a site?
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comment How does resolv.conf get populated on installation of a new OS?
The comment in the second line says it all.
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