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Sep
27
comment What character can be safely used for naming files on unix/linux?
And NUL, since everything is C-based under the hood.
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
18
reviewed Approve Bash: fail on error during a section, then run another section regardless?
Sep
18
answered Bash: fail on error during a section, then run another section regardless?
Sep
18
answered Centos kernel .config file. Where can I find it?
Sep
17
comment Is Linux 3 kernel series compatible with CentOS 6?
No one claimed that it did. /pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/longterm/v2.6.34/linux-2.6.34.13.tar.gz: 20-Aug-2012 /pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/linux-2.6.39.4.tar.gz: 03-Aug-2011
Sep
17
comment Is Linux 3 kernel series compatible with CentOS 6?
Of course it doesn't. It is being maintained separately. The web directory contains the dates the kernel versions were released.
Sep
17
comment Is Linux 3 kernel series compatible with CentOS 6?
@dongle26: Yes, it does. It is older than 2.6.34.13. The 2.6.34 line is being maintained separately.
Sep
17
answered Is Linux 3 kernel series compatible with CentOS 6?
Sep
14
comment Managing /tmp and /var/tmp, and why not globally writeable?
If this is such a concern, why not use polyinstantiated temporary directories instead?
Sep
12
awarded  filesystems
Sep
11
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
9
comment htaccess redirects adds question mark to url
From the rules that have a question mark perhaps?
Sep
7
revised Why does deleting a big file take longer?
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Sep
7
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
7
answered Why does deleting a big file take longer?
Sep
1
comment Trying to install a freshly built RPM but it says it is dependent on a lib it should not be dependent on
And as an added bonus, it'll help you find build requirements you missed.
Aug
28
comment Is /dev in linux virtual?
That doesn't mean that it's virtual, just that it's autopopulated by the system.
Aug
22
comment How to copy a large LVM volume (14TB) from one server to another?
rsync enumerates all the files beforehand and doesn't like change. tar will (try to) read each of the files in turn regardless of state.