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    [SOLVED] Re: 100 character password

    hi
    this sounds for me: it's a bug in the sshd. is the deamon still running after exiting the login ?
    start your connection in debug-mode.
    by the side - sounds very strange. 100 char for an...
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    Re: x32 vs x64 performance question

    hi
    you can read a lot of discussion. but fakt is. if you are running a 32bit phase on an 64bit system and you get an HSP > 2 GB the addresses must be mapped internal. this are a couple of steps in...
  3. [all variants] Re: Cron Task Scheduling with sub Minute control

    hi
    whats about a simple bash script. just call it in the /etc/rc.local. it's will be started before the system is up. !!! start it in the background "&". in the bash you
    can break down the...
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    Re: X using massive amounts of ram

    hi
    would be nice to see the output of "top" with the following lines:
    Cpu(s): 0.3%us, 2.4%sy, 0.0%ni, 96.8%id, 0.4%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.0%si, 0.0%st
    Mem: 3790556k total, 2013360k used, ...
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    [all variants] Re: missing lines in vim

    hi
    just a feeling - did you have a "vimrc" ????
    what's about "vi" ? try it.
    ciao
  6. [SOLVED] Re: Using bash to conditionally stop an application.

    hi folks
    there was given a nice solution but !!!!!!
    i figured out (poor experince) - singnal handling in linux is not every time the butter on the bead. sure it happens me (seldom) that the...
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    [all variants] Re: Help! Not loading blacklisted module fglrx

    hi
    on your join date to linix i see you are not a noob. but if this driver is blacklisted by default - keep your imergency disk by your hand.
    by the side - i run the same system (but differnt...
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    [all variants] Re: help with find and grep

    hi
    how about this: grep -inH -e 'bad' -e 'money' -e 'Gresham' `find . -type f`
    ciao
  9. [all variants] Re: slow booting of Ubuntu 13.04 on Asus g74sx-bbk7

    hi
    sorry but i must give you my opinion - hey what's 10,20,or 30 seconds. think about it. i can tell you i know servers that takes abaout half a hour to come up. just open a terminal and have a look...
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    [ubuntu] Re: need urgent help!!!!!

    hi
    i gues your problem is - after you finished your disklayout - this error comes up. the solution is: ---> "/" must be defined as your basic filesystem. it's not c: .... d: .... bla bla. --> c: is...
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    [ubuntu] update 01.06.2013 - 0:15

    hi
    second try
    ups - forgot - running 12.04.2 LTS - all updates
    just see the attachment - but my system is ok - why ever.
    update stuck half a hour and then i killed my system (power off).
    every...
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    Re: IDE vs text editor for C

    hi
    i am using "vi" and "ctags" since about 30 years. why - that stuff is available even on "hosts !". i never worked on a system where there was'nt a vi available.
    ;-)
    ciao
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    [ubuntu] Re: Time is all over the place even with NTP

    hi
    just a question - how does your /var/lib/ntp/ntp.drift file looks like (-16.073). i am running 12.04 LTS but should be no reason.
    output looks different too:
    ntpdate -q nz.pool.ntp.org
    server...
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    [xubuntu] Re: CPU Temperature script for genmon?

    hi
    first is - i am running 12.04 and the path the "temperature" has changed - :-( . but you can use awk or bc.
    e.g.: cat /your_pathe_to_the_file | awk ' { print $1 / 1000 }' (for your text you...
  15. [ubuntu] Re: Is there a way to specify where removable storage will mount

    hi
    apend your mount options in /etc/fstab with "noauto". i think if you need it just call: mount /mnt/passport1. i think that will work.
    ciao
  16. Re: Why is apache2 starting on my 12.10 desktop?

    hi
    looks like upstart.
    --> cd /etc/init and: grep apache *
    there i guess you will see where apache is started. if you ain't want to start apache --> comment it out.
    oh - have a look in...
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    Re: Need gimicky (but fun) shutdown script

    hi
    i think "shutdown" isn't funny. why not just logout ??
    but here is a hint for your solution ( but no fun without work ). have a look at "
    XScreenSaverQueryExtension and /dev/input.
    the rest is...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Email Program of choice ?

    hi
    i agree them all
    ciao
    richi
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    [kubuntu] Re: function to disable display?

    hi
    i have an icon (pause.desktop) to start the screensaver with a klick: /usr/bin/xdg-screensaver activate
    ciao
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    [ubuntu] Re: changing ownership of files

    hi
    this is not related to the post - but i have to tell it - for schragge. i follwed a lot of posts from schragge and i think:
    for breakfast he has "bash manual", for dinner "regular expressions",...
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    Re: Can't start sshd at boot anymore

    hi
    try: service ssh restart
    ciao
  22. Re: Test if program is ever running (not sleeping) over a time period?

    hi
    whats about a little shell script - show only how to
    ps -ef | grep process_to_watch
    cd /proc/PID_process_to_watch
    in a loop
    cat sched > /tmp/is_running1
    sleep some_seconds
    cat sched >...
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    Re: List title name of processes'

    hi
    mostely you ain't need to install new software. just have a look at the manual pages. here ps.
    enlarge your terminal window and type (you ain't need the sudo): ps aux (i think this is what you...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Hard drive always busy

    hi
    sound like a little bit of work.
    try: sudo lsof | grep your_mountpoint > file_bla
    then you can search in file_bla to figure out what's going on.
    ciao
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    [ubuntu] Re: Deluge permission problem

    good morning
    i can't help you with your problem, but i can tell you ! never use: chmod -R 777 bla_blu_bla this never make sense !!!!!
    ciao
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