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bio website bardiir.net
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seen Jul 7 at 14:45

I'm a web developer from germany and we're hiring - if you're a Web-Developer/Designer and looking for a job near Reutlingen/Stuttgart let me know: af@bardiir.net

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Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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comment Download Windows XP SP3 iso
Worked great, Bootcamp is up and running, thanks :)
Feb
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accepted Download Windows XP SP3 iso
Feb
24
comment Download Windows XP SP3 iso
Yep, but as said before I can't install in the first place so the SP CD is useless, I'm currently trying to slipstream SP3 into my SP1 CD :)
Feb
24
comment Download Windows XP SP3 iso
I'll have a look thanks, but it looks like this is only the SP3 update as a CD-iso (at least there's no sign of this beeing the Home or Pro edition) wich wouldn't get me far since I never get to finish the Windows-Install with my disc so I can't run any update :/
Feb
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asked Download Windows XP SP3 iso
Dec
31
comment Stream Screen-Content over Network to DLNA TV
No, not until now :(
Dec
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awarded  Revival
Dec
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accepted Downloadmanager that sends downloads to remote server
Dec
20
answered Downloadmanager that sends downloads to remote server
Dec
11
comment Replace Linux Boot-Drive | ext3 to btrfs
Probably yes. Well GRUB (non-legacy) should be able to boot from btrfs, i was told so by google and the web. And I'm pretty sure using btrfs as root should be possible since ubuntu and arch support booting from btrfs, I haven't found a Debian specific guide just now but it should be possible. My main issue is, the guides are for new installations only. And I'm trying to move to a different filesystem/partition :D
Dec
11
asked Replace Linux Boot-Drive | ext3 to btrfs
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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accepted How to find what is written to filesystem under linux
Oct
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comment How to find what is written to filesystem under linux
Ok well, this makes sense, i forgot about reads to the root filesystem at all... well ok then it'll be the data drives that can go to standby only. Not quite perfectly what i wanted but i guess everything else would be a little bit overkill now.
Oct
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asked How to find what is written to filesystem under linux
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question