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comment rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
Building a 64-bit package doesn't magically turn the files it contains into 64-bit binaries.
Dec
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answered rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
Dec
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comment Running a LAMP application entirely in memory
Have you tried talking to a DBA yet?
Dec
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comment Blocking tor from my website
... "Protect" ?
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answered Can you point all of a TLD towards Localhost in a hostsfile?
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reviewed Approve How to get a remote desktop / X11 with ubuntu 10.04 LTS from mac os x?
Sep
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comment What character can be safely used for naming files on unix/linux?
And NUL, since everything is C-based under the hood.
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reviewed Approve Bash: fail on error during a section, then run another section regardless?
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answered Bash: fail on error during a section, then run another section regardless?
Sep
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answered Centos kernel .config file. Where can I find it?
Sep
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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
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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
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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
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answered Is Linux 3 kernel series compatible with CentOS 6?
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comment Managing /tmp and /var/tmp, and why not globally writeable?
If this is such a concern, why not use polyinstantiated temporary directories instead?
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