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revised How to reserve complete nodes on Sun Grid Engine?
fix broken link
Aug
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revised How to reserve complete nodes on Sun Grid Engine?
fix broken link
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May
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comment How to time how long it takes to compile Red Hat from source?
ls *.rpm might exceed max. length of the input. I'd suggest time find $BASEDIR -type f -name '*.srpm' -exec rpmbuild --rebuild {} \;
May
15
comment Install application/HTTP services to “/srv”?
Nitpicking here (on FHS): So I'd need to install wordpress in in /opt but to serve it out recreate/symlink/??? under /srv/.... Or better yet declare it data. But then would a Java based blog be data too or would that go under /opt or .... OH MY GOOD SO MANY OPTIONS! -- Please keep in mind The current version is 2.3. It was announced on January 29, 2004. SO there isn't even /run which is now widely spread (not saying everybody likes it!). The FHS is NOT a standard but very much outdated
May
15
comment How to get the released package's .dsc file the Debian way?
So you found 2 outdated solutions and one that is not yet implemented aside from the one "just works". :)
May
15
revised Static ip using a router and DHCP
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May
15
comment Static ip using a router and DHCP
As I said: Your are right it's not. My guess is that the real question the OP is having is about this: tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3344#section-1.2
May
15
comment Static ip using a router and DHCP
@BradBouchard: It's simply an option in the OSX GUI that let's request a specific IP from the DHCP server, a perfectly valid option. Not a static IP at all. Most GUIs simply don't expose that and most clients don't need it
May
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answered Static ip using a router and DHCP
May
15
answered unison as non-root user
May
15
comment How to get the released package's .dsc file the Debian way?
Wait what? You don't want apt-get update to get a few KB of data and therefore don't want the deb-src entry? That is how I read your answer but I think i misinterpreted that
May
15
answered How to get the released package's .dsc file the Debian way?
May
13
revised Debugging slow transfer rate from server
Added OS tags
May
12
comment The permission to run 'ls' is denied
Could you please elaborate why a read only filesystem would result in that error (I think that is plain wrong as I have run a couple of systems with solely RO mounted partitions and everything works as expected -- I'd think you wanted to write noexec instead of read-only)
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