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Dec
27
revised How to fetch lines between two strings using shell script?
fixing missing newlines.
Dec
27
answered How to fetch lines between two strings using shell script?
Dec
27
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Dec
26
comment How to achieve user permission isolation?
Great. But it won't work in case software runs under user1 and user2. It will work only in case software works under its own user.
Dec
26
comment How to achieve user permission isolation?
Who should run software? user1 and user2 or it is a daemon that works under special user?
Dec
22
answered What are the ramifications of UNIX files and directories where owner doesn't have group rights to the file?
Dec
22
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Dec
21
comment Ubuntu 10.04 (LTS) DomU on Debian Wheezy Dom0 Xen 4
How do you create domUs? Can you show /boot/grub/menu.lst or grub.cfg from your domU? And domU.cfg file too.
Dec
21
answered What is “/admin/Y-ivrrecording.php?php=info&ip=uname”?
Dec
19
answered Install phpmyadmin on centos vps hosting
Dec
19
answered Bash-Scripting - Munin Plugin don't work
Dec
19
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Dec
19
comment Disk IOPS count in GNU/Linux
Thank you for diskstats and stats in /sys. This is exactly what I need.
Dec
19
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Dec
19
accepted Disk IOPS count in GNU/Linux
Dec
19
asked Disk IOPS count in GNU/Linux
Dec
12
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Dec
12
comment Get (none):~ when logging in
Due to '#' in prompt, your user is root. Seems like something happened with your .$(SHELL)rc. Default shell is bash, so if you didn't change it, check if /root/.bashrc is readable and is ok. You can check your current shell with echo $SHELL command.
Dec
12
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Dec
10
answered Linux WebServer, folder by permission 755 not writeable