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PHP/C/Python/JS programmer, MySQL developer, Linux administrator and proud user! :)

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Aug
31
comment how to completely disable ipv6 on Ubuntu 9.04
]:-> Go on, guys! :))))
Aug
31
answered Windows File Protection - is there a way to view what file(s) got modified?
Aug
31
comment Ubuntu + Opera (ipv6 issue)
Alas, it works not :( A new Opera release is coming, i'm curious to see whether it works :)
Aug
31
comment block Torrent through firewall
Yep, but it's much easier to setup, and you'll need no special devices and/or software to make it work. Harder, but cheaper ;)
Aug
31
accepted bash: print stderr in red color
Aug
31
answered Ubuntu + Opera (ipv6 issue)
Aug
30
answered how to completely disable ipv6 on Ubuntu 9.04
Aug
28
comment Application log storing
A row MUST contain a timestamp, else there's no way to know it. If you don't need an exact timestamp - you may approximate it: if you have 1000 log entries for one day, then the first record is somewhere near 00:00 and the last is 23:59. Others are in the middle, linearly. No other methods to save space, sorry :) You can use compressed tables to save space, but this will slow down operations on that table.
Aug
28
comment Application log storing
TIMESTAMP field type is auto-filled with a right timestamp when you insert NULL in it :) see the manual, that's handy
Aug
27
answered Application log storing
Aug
26
revised bash: print stderr in red color
added 24 characters in body
Aug
26
comment bash: print stderr in red color
I guess bash will never colorize its output: some program may want to parse something, and colorizing will spoil data with escaped sequences. A GUI app should handle colors, i guess.
Aug
26
answered bash: print stderr in red color
Aug
26
comment bash: print stderr in red color
Great! But i wonder if there's a way to make it permanent :)
Aug
26
asked bash: print stderr in red color
Jul
30
comment Logging Hardware Interrupts (IRQs) which are using 10-25% CPU
SOmtimes it happens that a broken device (HDD, IDE cable, even motherboard) makes lots of IRQ interrupts. KrView shows you which drivers use CPU the most, so you're able to determine the possible hardware issue.
Jul
28
answered How To Disable Responses To PING
Jul
28
answered block Torrent through firewall
Jul
28
comment how to create a user in mysql 5.1 with all permissions?
I should add that this query should be executed from the "root" account: the one that has "WITH GRANT OPTION" privilege
Jul
28
comment What is the easiest way to move mysql from linux box one my local Vista box?
ultraman, how is it going? :) BTW i copied files from Windows to Linux, and everything works fine :)