logging in as root over rsync/ssh for backupsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I need to login as root, or at least get root privileges, in a cron triggered backup run. (HowTos)

UNIX Vs. Linuxview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, When they talk about UNIX what Flavour / Distribution do they mean? Is it: Solaris OS HP-UX FreeBSD OpenBSD Some IBM Product Or Console / Command Mode of a modern Linux? Please throw some light upon UNIX vs. Linux. However, Linux is prtty much clear to me but sometimes I wonder about UNIX distributions. (HowTos)

How to install WINE?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – First, I am brand new to linux, I've decided on #! for a few reasons, first of which being it's UI and performance particularly in playing WoW.  I say this, because this is going to be a very noob-centric post, so bear with me.I'm trying to install WINE and run WoW on a fresh #! install.  I'm following instructions from various sources but none are tailored to #! (HowTos)

realloc fails in C : what next ?view story

http://www.unix.com – Hi all I'm trying to use someone else's software, which has a realloc that fails in it. This is probably due to memory limitations, as it only happens when I use this software on huge datasets. First question : how to diagnose if it's a soft or hard limitation? (HowTos)

Windows Insecurity Becomes a Political Issueview story

http://techrights.org – Summary: As wiretapping gets an upper hand in the United States and Iran’s computing facilities (about 30,000 machines with Windows) come under attack, questions are asked about GNU/Linux as a true need “Chinese Internet espionage against human rights activists and journalists” reveals this new article on which Glyn Moody commented by saying: “Windows-based, it seems&#82 (General)

how to remove a specifed row from a file with AWKview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi friends, Plz tell how to remove a row from a file thrugh awk command. Thanks in advance,:) (HowTos)

sortview story

http://www.unix.com – Hello, I would have one more question to the command sort. If I have myAddress1 test4_446.34.5_all.txt myAddress1 test3_446.35.5_all.txt myAddress1 test2_6.35.5_all.txt myAddress1 test1_446.35.10_all.txt and I will have the test- name with the highest Version with this command: Code: NAME=`grep -i myAddress1 ${FILENAME} | sort -t'_' -k2,30 -n | tail -1` Then I get "myAddress1 test4_44 (HowTos)

Source current file when editing a scriptview story

http://vim.wikia.com – add a function to source a range ← Older revision Revision as of 10:44, September 28, 2010 Line 31: Line 31: <pre> <pre> nmap <C-A> :w<CR>:so %<CR> nmap <C-A> :w<CR>:so %<CR>   + </pre>   +   + ----   + When developing a function it (HowTos)

Steadyflow,simple download manager for Gnomeview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Steadyflow is a GTK+ based download manager that aims for minimalism, ease of use, and a clean, malleable codebase. (HowTos)

pausing kernel during bootview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – First time trying anything like this. I'm running a Abit NF7 with a silicon image 3112 that's support was broken in 2.6.35. I get a kernel panic when VFS can't find the root partition, I can't remember the exact line (can't log it, root isn't mounted yet) but it says something like sata1: link down (sstatus 0 scontrol 0). (HowTos)