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Jun
22
answered what 'sudo' means for root?
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21
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Jun
21
comment Is it possible to use ubuntu alongside windows 8 without any bootloader(grub, win8 etc.)?
possible duplicate of Install Ubuntu 13.10 in dual boot with Windows 8.1
Jun
21
comment How to uninstall Battle.net and Hearthstone
These programs are proprietary and not provided by Ubuntu, so you will have to seek support from their authors.
Jun
19
revised Re-master Ubuntu 14.04 CD failures
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Jun
17
comment Telnet after update to 15.04 not working
Then you've got a firewall somewhere, like in the vm.
Jun
16
comment Is it possible to access to the files from a hard disk connected as external?
I don't think you understood the question at all. He is asking if you can pull the drive out of the system, plug it into another, and access the files on it.
Jun
16
answered Ubuntu 14 Raid not booting
Jun
16
comment Telnet after update to 15.04 not working
Don't use telnet: all data, including your password, is sent in the clear. Use ssh instead.
Jun
16
answered Did backup to root accidentally, need to revert
Jun
16
comment Why can terminal uninstall itself?
@kasperd, that's what I meant in my previous comment about attempts to hard link it fail... linkat gives -EXDEV. I don't see why, but it does.
Jun
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Jun
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comment Why can terminal uninstall itself?
@KilianFoth, if you can find a process that still has the file open, then you can copy it from /proc/$PID/fd/$ID to another file, but I can't seem to find a way to recover the file in place as all attempts at hard linking the file fail.
Jun
16
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Jun
15
comment Why can terminal uninstall itself?
@immibis, hence, my answer ;)
Jun
15
comment Why can terminal uninstall itself?
Not quite.. parts of the program are read into memory only when needed, and may be discarded at any time to free up memory for other uses, and so will need to be read in again later ( when the program tries to access those parts again ).