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bio website bonsaimind.org
location Vienna, Austria
age 27
visits member for 5 years, 2 months
seen Dec 10 at 21:06

I'm a coder/electro-mechanic living in Vienna, Austria.

I've spent my early years with Windows, but migrated to Linux back in '05 and I'm absolutely happy with that.


Dec
10
accepted How do I repair a corrupted Firefox places.sqlite database?
Oct
27
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
14
awarded  Revival
Oct
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
28
awarded  Yearling
Sep
26
awarded  Self-Learner
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
21
comment List and kill running processes on Mac OS in Ctrl/Alt/Delete-like way?
@noloader: Well, I've got no idea what I tried to say with that comment...
May
19
comment How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
@AndrewM: Well it uses the same programs for the most part, and partly even the same stack. So, kinda.
May
16
awarded  linux
May
15
comment How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
@AndrewM: What realationship do you mean? That they both are using Gtk3? Or the love/hate between them? By the way, no worries about downvotes on my posts, downvotes are not negative in my opinion.
May
14
revised How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
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May
14
comment How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
@AndrewM: True...though, I'm not sure if I should update it or expand it to something more generic...but doesn't get better than the other answers. I'll expand it for the time being and update it...
Apr
28
awarded  Caucus
Apr
5
comment 8GB RAM on XP Professional
@user2284570 As far as I know, enabling PAE on a home system is a license violation.
Mar
9
awarded  Taxonomist
Feb
21
comment Can I reverse the stream direction of my terminal?
Here are related questions on other sites: Reverse bash console text flow Pushdown Terminal Output How do you reverse terminal command line to the top?
Feb
20
comment Can I reverse the stream direction of my terminal?
Are you looking for a completely "reversed" terminal (bottom-up instead of top-down) or for a simple "input line is always at the bottom, results are displayed above it"?