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Oct
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answered How to recover a partition accidently deleted with fdisk (Linux)?
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19
comment How to re-enable automatic new hardware notifications in KDE 4.2?
@depesz: How did you "turn it off"? ... be more precise ...
Oct
19
answered Routing all Internet traffic through home network
Oct
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revised Ubuntu: automatic admin elevation?
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15
answered Ubuntu: automatic admin elevation?
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revised How can I find out what makes Firefox segfault?
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15
answered How can I find out what makes Firefox segfault?
Oct
14
answered How to upgrade Git on Ubuntu?
Oct
14
answered Wget 1.12 binary for Windows, can anybody find it?
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12
revised Tool for simple discrete event simulations
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12
answered Tool for simple discrete event simulations
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12
comment Is there a license / royalty free DRM available for protecting and distributing content?
@harrymc: It hasn't disappeared, but it is archived because of absence of dev for the last 6 months ... the link i provided is slow and timesouts quite often ... i will edit my post to add a more reliable source
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12
revised What is the meaning of pri=42
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revised Is there a license / royalty free DRM available for protecting and distributing content?
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answered Is there a license / royalty free DRM available for protecting and distributing content?
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answered What is the meaning of pri=42
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comment File corrupted BSOD on Windows Vista x64
@nik you can install software inside a session booted from a livecd (as long as their is enough ram/swap in the ramfs), however it won't be there the next time you boot the liveCD. So booting from ubuntu liveC,D if the smartmontools are missing, just use this command: "sudo apt-get install smartmontools" and you will have smartctl available.