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I successfully turned my Dad into a semi-competent computer user.

I have every L4D2 achievement.

I bowl overhand.

Gnome 3 has grown on me.


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Dec
17
awarded  Popular Question
May
9
comment Kerberos with active directory from linux
i answered the question anyway :)
May
9
answered Kerberos with active directory from linux
May
9
comment Kerberos with active directory from linux
i'm not sure what this has to do with java. or programming.
Dec
1
awarded  Yearling
Oct
23
awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
16
asked what does setting kernel.shmall too high do?
Sep
25
asked difference between success and failed event in auditd/aureport
May
24
asked amd map syntax check
May
3
revised mount using insecure ports for nfs
deleted 10 characters in body
May
2
comment mount using insecure ports for nfs
thanks for your answer! secure port, meaning a port < 1024. i.e., the ports nfs doesn't reject by default. also, while this is an option, it doesn't prevent the poor behavior to begin with, assuming it's possible to do so.
May
2
asked mount using insecure ports for nfs
Apr
27
accepted inverse of `lsof -i`
Apr
25
comment inverse of `lsof -i`
is it safe to assume that COMMAND, PID, USER, FD, and TYPE will always consist of 1 token each? i.e., they'll never contain two spaces and they'll never be missing?
Apr
24
comment inverse of `lsof -i`
but what if someone had the file IPv4.txt open? i guess to generalize this, you're suggesting that i filter out records where the TYPE column contains either IPv4 or IPv6?
Apr
24
asked inverse of `lsof -i`
Apr
12
awarded  Commentator
Apr
12
comment get swap usage for a process
+1 for an answer that works in kernels newer than mine :)
Apr
12
accepted get swap usage for a process