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Jun
24
answered Is being paranoid a required 'quality' for Sys/Net administrators?
Jun
24
awarded  Teacher
Jun
24
comment Memory usage per user in Linux?
smem (mentioned in my answer) solves the shared memory problem with its PSS and USS measurements (PSS proportionally distributes the shared memory between the processes which share it).
Jun
24
answered Memory usage per user in Linux?
Jun
24
answered When was the operating system installed?
Jun
22
awarded  Editor
Jun
22
revised How do I list a file's data blocks on Linux?
mention FIEMAP
Jun
22
answered How do I list a file's data blocks on Linux?
Jun
14
comment How to convert line breaks in a text file between the Windows and Unix/Linux formats?
Be careful when using that if the file does not already have a line break at the last line; vim will add one unless you know how to tell it not to.
Jun
14
comment How do you get the Linux kernel boot command after boot?
Note that /proc/cmdline is much more reliable, since the dmesg buffer size is limited.
Jun
5
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Nov
10
comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
That is the same as running as root, unless the app knows how to drop priviledges.
Nov
10
comment How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?
@Sunny: upvotes are not for the fastest gun in the west, but for the best responses. Yours is the best so far (I only mentioned iptables; you actually provided the full command line). The only thing mine has yours doesn't is the caveat about other users also being able to bind to port 8080.
Nov
10
answered How can I run a server on Linux on port 80 as a normal user?