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answered Video Uploading on Amazon instances?
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answered How to force mdadm to use udev device names rather than /dev/sdX
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revised Only allow root to change filesystem
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answered Only allow root to change filesystem
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answered ssh: which side is running the SOCKS proxy?
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comment How to interpret output from Linux 'top' command?
Don't Panic! Your ram is fine!
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comment Why is my rsync so slow?
rsync:// protocol or tunneling over SSH? There's very definite performance limitations in the latter¹.
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answered How to do central home directories and user accounts on Ubuntu?
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comment Cron Expression Notation
Which cron? There's many: vixie-cron, cronie, dcron, fcron, mcron, …
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comment Git fails to push with error 'out of memory'
Git likes to mmap its objects and packfiles. This doesn't take up much physical memory, but (especially on 32-bit) you can easily run out of virtual address space. It's possible that the client is pushing a packfile that the server is unable to load. Does your repository contain large files?
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comment mdadm failure detected on one partition
@Q789Bart Lifetimes of electronic devices have been said to follow a Bathtub curve, with a relatively high infant mortality, followed by a typical geometric distribution of failures through old age. This is partly confirmed by a Google study of disk failures several years ago.
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revised How to allow 6to4 through iptables firewall?
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comment How to allow 6to4 through iptables firewall?
@Mint: No, the filter table always exists. I misspelled the chains INPUT and OUTPUT though; those should be upper-case.
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answered How to allow 6to4 through iptables firewall?
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answered traffic shaping in linux: ssh vs sshfs