327 reputation
1515
bio website stackoverflow.com
location United States
age 34
visits member for 4 years, 9 months
seen Oct 3 '13 at 13:45
How much rep do I need to get an epic mount?

May
12
comment Is there a better way to get dd-wrt to ignore my ISP's 3rd DNS server?
It ignores the duplicate entry.
May
12
asked Is there a better way to get dd-wrt to ignore my ISP's 3rd DNS server?
Apr
21
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
2
awarded  Commentator
Mar
12
comment Bluetooth HSP support on Windows XP without third-party drivers
Windows 7 supports it, but it seems like Windows XP does not. I just have to find the driver CD that came with my 99c dongle...
Mar
12
asked Bluetooth HSP support on Windows XP without third-party drivers
Dec
20
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
asked How do I disable Num Lock in Linux?
Oct
13
awarded  Scholar
Oct
13
accepted What is a good DTD for 1360x768@60?
Oct
13
accepted How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
Oct
13
comment How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
In my case, the media was mounted read-only, so not even root could write to it. Modern distributions provide a gui to mount removable media in which case it will be writable by the current user.
Oct
12
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
12
revised How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
added 72 characters in body
Oct
12
comment How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
It's FAT32 for compatibility with a Sansa Fuze. It looks like my first solution was correct, but I had corrupted the filesystem again by removing the card too soon. I will think about replacing the card, maybe it has some bad blocks.
Oct
11
awarded  Editor
Oct
11
revised How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
added 44 characters in body
Oct
10
answered How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
Oct
10
asked How do I prevent a memory card from mounting as read-only in Ubuntu Linux?
Sep
23
comment Kill overscan for ATI drivers?
I'm using the latest drivers. The problem is that the driver outputs 1920x1080 but draws the screen on a ~1700x900 rectangle inside that signal. There's a slider inside the Linux control center to control the amount of overscan adjustment but I haven't figured out how to get it to just never do that. It knows the brand of the TV so it's reading something from the HDMI cable.