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Aug
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comment zfs on x86_64 on qemu on raspberry pi
that's the one. qemu x86_64 yields kernel panics on boot. sometimes it just hangs forever.
Aug
13
comment zfs on x86_64 on qemu on raspberry pi
I mean, that's like 7 nos. And if I learned one thing about computers, it's never say never. Or no 7 times.
Aug
13
comment zfs on x86_64 on qemu on raspberry pi
That's an interesting point. The cpu will be slow, yes, and the memory will be limited sure (although I have lots of disk I can use for swap). I know zfs likes to use lots of memory for cache which swap will not help, but I don't think the situation is as dire as you make it out to be.
Aug
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comment How do I set key bindings for ctrl page up and ctrl page down in gnu screen?
this one is handy too. ctrl-alt t for make a new screen bindkey -t ^[^T screen
Jul
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comment How do I set key bindings for ctrl page up and ctrl page down in gnu screen?
See my answer, you can...
Jul
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Jul
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Jul
31
comment zfs on x86_64 on qemu on raspberry pi
Addendum, yes I have tried zfs fuse but it's lacking in some features I want and isn't solid enough for reliably use from my experience.
Jul
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Jul
28
comment How do I set key bindings for ctrl page up and ctrl page down in gnu screen?
I tried some more and I think you can do it (bindkey allows multiple characters) but what I didn't realize is that ctrl-pgup/dn never make it to the terminal because my xfce terminal grabs them for itself.
Jul
28
comment How do I set key bindings for ctrl page up and ctrl page down in gnu screen?
now that is too bad. Thanks.
Jul
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accepted How do you increase the resize border thickness in Xubuntu 12.04?
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comment Backing up gmail, alternatives to thunderbird?
xubuntu 14.04. Yeah, thunderbird used to work fine, then they kept touching it and making it worse. I'm sure if I go back and do a build from a few years ago it would work, but then you lose all the security updates.