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According to ASRock's website, it doesn't support buffered (by which they mean registered[1]) memory: http://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/970%20Pro3%20R2.0/?cat=Specifications [1] Buffers were only used unt …
answered Jul 20 '13 by n.st
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You can't. HTML is just a markup language and as such can be easily read and modified. Flash movies on the other hand are binary files compiled from source code, much like an executable program. Edit …
answered Nov 26 '13 by n.st
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I want to rename all files in a directory. The new names don't follow any pattern, so I can't use rename. Is there any efficient way to do this, so I won't have to use mv foo.txt bar.txt for every sin …
asked May 9 '13 by n.st
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apt (Ubuntu's default package manager) caches the packages it downloads in /var/cache/apt/archives/. They're most likely still there, so you can copy them from there and install them via the Software …
answered Jul 20 '13 by n.st
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You can use the --bind option of mount to make one directory appear in another (much like a symbolic link, the mount point has to exist, though). See man mount for details. If you want to preserve the …
answered Dec 9 '12 by n.st
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You can define search keywords by right-clicking a text input field on a website and selecting Add As Search Engine.... Assuming you have added the keyword gi for Google's image search, you can type …
answered Nov 26 '13 by n.st
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You can add truecrypt /home/user/myEncryptedFile.tc /home/user/myEncryptedFileFolder <<EOF password EOF to the file .profile in the user's home-directory. Anything in .profile while be executed eve …
answered Dec 9 '12 by n.st
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When I wrote this answer four years ago, I was still a Linux and shell novice — and the original answer with all its unnecessary greping and seding makes that painfully obvious… There is of course a m …
answered Dec 9 '12 by n.st
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You could either copy the file to the remote host (e.g. to /tmp) before running your script, or establish a ssh connection from the remote to the local host to get the file contents. For the latter, …
answered Jul 20 '13 by n.st
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I have a relatively large log file (46M) on a vServer, of which I'm only interested in the most recent part. How can I download only the last 10% of the file? The server is running Debian and I'm us …
asked Aug 18 '13 by n.st
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You cannot create a new key, but you can try to find and map a key that isn't available on your keyboard and/or not mapped to any function. If the game you want to control supports key combinations, …
answered Aug 20 '13 by n.st
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You can use screen -S sessionname -X command to run tmux-commands1 in an existing session, e.g. -X screen top to create a new window and run top in it. Note that the newly created window will be close …
answered Dec 3 '13 by n.st
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tmux interprets test as a shell command, executes it and terminates afterwards. To create a session named test, use tmux new-session -s test or tmux new -s test.
answered Aug 17 '13 by n.st
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Nothing. Every hop between your computer and the server you are accessing can read the packets you are transmitting and receiving. You can however encrypt them, so they will be meaningless to any eav …
answered Nov 26 '13 by n.st
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Why not just find /home/jhvisser/bin/Streamripper_rips -name '*.aac' -mtime -1 -delete?
answered Oct 10 '13 by n.st

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