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seen Aug 24 at 5:46

Apr
25
comment Pipe tail output via elinks
accepted with the following fix: tail -n +1 -f file.html | while read line; do echo $line | elinks -dump; done;
Feb
1
comment yumdownloader downloads only i686 resolved rpms
Are you advocate? :) yumdownloader's --resolve do deep resolve, while in your solution is shallow resolve (only immediate dependencies are downloaded)
Jan
31
comment yumdownloader downloads only i686 resolved rpms
Nice try :) This however should be performed recursively - A depends on B, B depends on C and so on.
Jan
25
comment yumdownloader downloads only i686 resolved rpms
I need only to download packages, to be included in my distro. Do you know what yumdownloader --resolve is supposed to bing? Do you have a good reference to it? Are you familiar with repotrack?
Jan
24
comment yumdownloader downloads only i686 resolved rpms
not working. It brings parted.x86_64, but not resolved packages. I suspect because the resolves packages already installed (I'm x86_64 platform)
Feb
9
comment Strange TCP connection
You're describing standard client/server connection. The problem I experience is that netstat tells that connection has exactly same local and remote address.
Feb
9
comment Strange TCP connection
Actually this is very very rare problem and I don't remember actual state. I basically don't understand how in TCP connection it is possible. I hope, when I'll understand it, I can find my problem
Feb
9
comment Strange TCP connection
This is application I work on. But the question is general - I don't see how "physically" such behavior is possible.
Feb
9
comment Strange TCP connection
Do you mean application in process of connection or it already connected?