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Application development student. Also interested in computer networking and security. See also: lucb1e.com/!about


Jan
28
comment Why is my NTFS parition full when it's not?
@JdeBP Okay that explains at least that, thanks for the comment. Still, I can't figure out where the rest of the free space went... Running defrag /A /V it tells me the MFT is 352MB in size, so that's not occupying the space either. Any ideas?
Jan
28
comment Why is my NTFS parition full when it's not?
%TEMP% is located on the C: drive, and I would have seen it if it was occupying space on the D: drive. The hibernation file is also on C:, and again, I would have seen that.
Jan
28
comment Why is my NTFS parition full when it's not?
I know what the pagefile and hibernation file are, and I would have seen them if they were there (I mentioned I've set explorer to show hidden and protected files, and even checked with system level permissions). They're located on the C: drive. Also I've run a program similar to WinDirStat and all it can find is 43GB of data, no more. All the rest is empty space, according to that program.
Jan
28
asked Why is my NTFS parition full when it's not?
Jan
28
answered Completely Remove Dual-boot and Install Linux Mint
Jan
23
accepted How to explain IPv6 in under 30 seconds
Jan
23
comment How to explain IPv6 in under 30 seconds
@MichaelHampton It's one of those great deals where the hosting comes with the design. "Want to change hosting? Build yourself a new website." Note that I didn't know at the time, I would have told him it was a bad deal.
Jan
23
comment How to explain IPv6 in under 30 seconds
@techie007 I've seen that one, but I'm not looking for a tutorial. I'm trying to explain IPv6 very briefly to someone who has no concept of what the internet is made of. In fact I've written an IPv6 tutorial myself, but it's pretty long and way too much information to tell someone in a normal conversation.
Jan
23
asked How to explain IPv6 in under 30 seconds
Jan
12
comment Scroll down half the screen size in Firefox
Any idea how to do this in Linux?
Dec
26
awarded  Revival
Nov
30
comment Limit which fonts Chrome can use
Thanks for your answer! It's blacklist-based (blocking ugly or incorrectly rendered fonts) instead of whitelist, but at least it's something. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks okay so I upvoted ;)
Nov
22
comment Using UDF on a USB flash drive
Thanks a lot for the follow up. It's rare, ifnot the first time, that I see a smart question which is then elaborately answered by the OP after a few days/weeks of testing. Great job, thanks!
Sep
24
comment Where can I see what caused Windows to make the 'hardware disconnected' sound?
Disconnected all devices, I had. Still made that sound, the laptop did. In the garbage, the laptop was put. Survived, the laptop has not.
Sep
24
answered nmap says 0 hosts up even though I can ping
Jul
17
comment How to change brightness on CRT display through the Linux command line?
No root needed for this, awesome thanks!
Jul
17
comment How to change brightness on CRT display through the Linux command line?
Note that this doesn't work with sudo. You really need to use the su command first to get it working.
Jul
7
comment What does the encryption setting of uTorrent do?
-1 what kinda answer is that when you only cite what we already know? It doesn't even answer the second question which is by far the most interesting.
Jul
1
comment Limit which fonts Chrome can use
@Carsten Never, unfortunately. I mostly use Readability's bookmarklet when fonts get really bad. Good to know I'm not the only one with this problem though! But why don't you upvote the question if you want to know the same? That's what the voting scheme is for after all.
Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question