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How do I protect my environment from sudo erasing half of it? It seems I can protect variables, but functions that the variables (like the prompt, for example) rely on are undefined. This means that …
asked Aug 4 '14 by Astara
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Actually, ".o" files can be executed if they aren't really ".o" files. I.e. if you copy "ls" to "ls.o", you can execute ls.o and it will give you the output of the 'ls' command. BTW, @jaychris, you p …
answered Jan 14 '17 by Astara
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It's not 100% of your disk (MS has bad terminology for disk and CPU usage) -- they are calling 100% is 100% of your disk's "speed" or bandwidth. Of course, how fast your disk is and how the OS would …
answered Jan 4 '17 by Astara
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You can't, exactly, because the files in the source dir might be different than they were originally. I.e. rsync will download the newer versions of the files. To resume it, in general, repeat the s …
answered Apr 30 '17 by Astara
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You might look at this question: Disable "Do you want to change the color scheme to improve performance?" warning and the answer posted by 'nars'. His answer is the only one that actually solved the …
answered Aug 27 '17 by Astara
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Your system, overall, can run somewhat faster because any "extra" memory on linux and many other OS's can be used as cache-memory for your disk. I.e. every time you access your disk it will read the …
answered Jan 15 '17 by Astara
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There is a GUI version of vim (gvim), including one for Windows (as well as one for 'Cygwin' that runs on the X-GUI (that also runs on windows). I'd try the native gvim and see if that gives you the …
answered Apr 30 '17 by Astara
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In the wide picture you show: .... ...cd maldetect-* &&␠|<-window boundary bash ./install.sh (the char before the vertical bar is HTML ␠ or unicode char U+2420(symbol for space). That space SHOULD …
answered May 1 '17 by Astara
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First: get your cpu layout from /proc/cpuinfo, that will look something like (this is on a 2-socket, 6-core, listing truncated): > cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep -P 'processor|physical id|core id' processor …
answered Jun 9 '17 by Astara
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You might run "sfc /scannow" in safe mode. That's the 'system file checker', it should be able to find any files that have been corrupted. Also you might try installing Microsoft's Security Essenti …
answered May 15 '14 by Astara
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Same same here... turns out it is because the 10Gbps protocol revived the old modem encoding .. with a start/stop bit and 8 bits of data. Today's rate: R:512+0 records in 512+0 records out 429496729 …
answered Sep 8 '14 by Astara
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You can use the above solution, or use the solution that's been around since before they were collected ⃰ ⃰ in 1 place and named "Ease of Access" (which is a place they created to put anything related …
answered May 15 '14 by Astara
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If you need restart, rsync is probably the way to go. One of the fastest ways over a network, I've found is with "Samba" -- but to get excellent performance it usually needs to be tuned for the envir …
answered May 14 '14 by Astara
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sudo wipes your DISPLAY. The sudo documentation recommends using "pam_env" in the middle of a session to restore the login environment -- trouble is, it can't. Only on initial login are things like R …
answered Aug 4 '14 by Astara
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You would have to write a driver that goes into the OS, to change it's behavior, and it would be unsupported. C-A-D is the "secure attention" key -- that MS says, "guarantees" you are talking to the …
answered May 14 '14 by Astara

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