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Jul
24
comment How to kill all processes apart from specific one
+1 for a short and elegant solution. Note that it would have been possible to have an even more efficient (only one command: pkill) solution if pgrep/pkill supported perl regex'es which you use in the 2nd step above. Unfortunately pgrep/pkill only support extended-regexps (like egrep/grep -E).
Jun
25
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
19
comment Why can terminal uninstall itself?
+1 for "the actual iddle is why you can't do such and similar things in Windows"
Jun
12
answered Should I alphabetically order the flags in a command as good practice?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed Ubuntu freezes all the time - already checked other posts
Jun
4
comment Ubuntu freezes all the time - already checked other posts
Have you looked at your logs (in particular /var/log/syslog) for any hints of system or hardware issues?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed No check box for .jar files in properties for running files as executable
Jun
4
comment No check box for .jar files in properties for running files as executable
Does the jar file have a main() entry point? You can 'mark' any file as executable using chmod +x filename from a terminal shell. However setting the executable bit is not a sufficient condition to make a file execute.
May
29
awarded  Yearling
May
19
revised Do I need to have 'antivirus software' installed?
be less strong in the opening
May
8
comment Why is Numlock turned off by default?
@NewUSer can you fix the sed command (last line in the answer above)? It looks truncated (e.g. single quote not closed). Thanks.
May
5
reviewed No Action Needed mouse remapping doesnt work in Blender - middle click
Apr
27
awarded  Informed
Apr
7
revised How do I troubleshoot problems with my wireless connection?
Overall stylistic rewrite to be clearer + typo fixing, after this answer got its 1st upvote
Feb
21
comment Do I need to have 'antivirus software' installed?
Sounds like an open-relay being actively exploited on a "not public facing" computer. Does this mean the whole development network can't be trusted anymore? How can a "not public facing" computer be relaying unusual traffic as detected by the ISP? You mention two instances of Malware. How were they installed? Obviously someone with privileges and access has put them there. Sounds like a badly configured system with open access. Nothing, anti-virus or otherwise, can really help here.
Jan
5
comment dockerizing a wine application
This is helpful, thanks. Could you please 1) Make the example standalone (not dependent on monokrome which has some python baggage and other unneeded parts) and 2) Add the step of converting the docker file to an image to make it more complete? I will gladly accept this answer after these two changes.
Jan
5
awarded  Famous Question
Dec
6
comment Why does Ubuntu Download recommend 64-bit install?
According to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_microprocessors Intel introduced mainstream IA64 CPUs (not Itanium) in 2004, that's a full decade ago. And that was after AMD extended IA32 and showed Intel the way forward. IA64 has greater address space, double the number of registers, a more powerful instruction set, and more. 10 years should be long enough to adapt :)
Dec
4
revised dockerizing a wine application
minor style changes
Dec
4
asked dockerizing a wine application