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Stefan Lasiewski

Daddy, Linux Guy, Bicyclist, Tinkerer, Fixer & Breaker of things.

I work as a Senior Server Team Engineer at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, CA.

Father of 3 cute children. Yes I'm a sysadmin and a parent.

Heavy user of CentOS, RHEL & FreeBSD for production services at work. I also run Ubuntu at home, for the simplicity. I'm a fan of Apache HTTP Server, Nagios & Cacti.

Original proposer of unix.stackexchange.com (Yes, this proposal predated askubuntu.com, and I wish they would have merged with the Unix proposal.).


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comment What is the difference between Superuser from ChainsDD and Superuser from ClockworkMod?
Quick followup to my question: I have been using Superuser from ClockworkMod since April and it works great. I have found it to be much more stable then Superuser from ChainsDD and it is open source.
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comment What is the difference between Superuser from ChainsDD and Superuser from ClockworkMod?
Thanks. I did actually find that article but it discusses SuperSU vs. Superuser. I'm curious about the two different apps (from two different developers), both named Superuser.
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Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't sure if there was a hidden button somewhere.
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How did you "safely remove" these files? Can I do this using the default Android features, or do I need an App to do this?
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