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Oct
9
comment Disable the “You've gone full screen” notification in Chrome
Sorry, but I fail to see the security problem here. 1) The user initiates going full-screen, it's nothing that happens automatically. Why do I need to watch at a box telling me that I pressed F11 after I just actively pressed F11? 2) If the full-screen view would try to fool me and display a desktop which looks like mine I would see the smaller desktop before, since going full-screen does not change the web page. I don't see a security problem here.
Oct
8
comment Is it possible in vim to create a split view for command line use?
There are plugins and/or patches to accomplish that. But you will sooner or later experience some quirks. My suggestion is to use a full-featured lightweight terminal instead, or screen/tmux.
Oct
4
answered How to install lsof on Debian/kFreeBSD?
Sep
28
comment midnight commander : how to invoke drop down on directory history list
Can you elaborate on this one? Why do you think mc is a bad choice? I guess the OP seems to be very happy with his/her choice of file manager. And BTW: There is no such thing as “the best” piece of software, at least not generalized as you did.
Sep
22
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Sep
19
comment How do you install Debian with Windowmaker?
apt-get install wmaker
Sep
17
comment Are there any Spreadsheet apps that are as easy and powerful to use as Vim?
I don't quite get what you're after. Customizable keyboard shortcuts or different modes?
Sep
11
comment Tool for mass adding properties to many xml files?
What about using your favourite editor (vim, emacs, …) and a custom macro?
Sep
11
comment Can you create a hard disk-image of the same size as the target drive with GNU ddrescue?
You can compress the image or use the --sparse option.
Sep
10
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Sep
10
comment How to uncompress a 9GB file in Windows FAT32
True. Instead of split you could pipe it through ffmpeg. But that's not within the scope of this question. This answer should show an alternative way which does not involve resorting to NTFS. The OP is responsible for doing something useful with the split files.
Sep
10
answered How to uncompress a 9GB file in Windows FAT32
Sep
10
answered vim colour issue
Sep
7
comment vim colour issue
:nohl<CR> not :nohl whatever<CR> (<CR> = return)
Sep
7
comment vim colour issue
:nohl or :nohlsearch
Sep
7
comment security of lubuntu VM
Since you already use a VM it's easy to create a snapshot and start from this snapshot every time. Even if VM is compromised, it lasts only for that session. That way you cannot avoid malware, but you can easily get rid of it (unless the malware already spread to the other computers).
Sep
7
comment How Secure Erasing effects SDD life?
“Does it shorten?” Of course! All writes shorten the life. The question is if it matters.
Sep
7
comment git setup for local development
I don't use Windows. But I hardly believe that the git syntax changes on Windows. You can try using ssh://<user>@<machine>:22:~/somerepo. Do you have shell access?
Sep
7
comment Why 100MB ext2 boot partition recommended for linux?
It depends, exactly. If you want to save space and don't need much the initramfs has a few MiB. If you are like me and don't care about space and build the initramfs with all bells and whistles then you end up with 10 - 20 MiB. There's one exception: When you do a build with debugging symbols you'll easily surpass 100 MiB. But that was not the ordinary user scenario I was describing in my anser. A developer knows how much space is necessary and how to partition the hard drive.
Sep
7
comment SSD runs faster on Windows as compared to Linux
What is faster? The random access time, average read throughput, maximal write throughput, boot time? How much faster?