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Entropy is my hero.

Aug
11
answered start/stop Unix partition
Aug
10
answered What is the best way to keep a folder synchronized with my USB drive?
Jul
28
comment Can I have a bunch of tabs set up when I launch Terminal?
Much better answer than mine.
Jul
27
comment Netbook keeps losing time
Author said that BIOS has the correct time still. If the BIOS battery were dying on him, it would be incorrect.
Jul
27
awarded  Critic
Jul
22
comment Linux, checking how much space is used in each partition
I'd suggest df -alh. This shows even hidden mounted file systems, but only local ones (no NFS or SMB drives).
Jul
22
awarded  Commentator
Jul
22
comment Advice for a Defcon Virgin
And welcome to the wall of sheep!
Jul
20
comment Netbook keeps losing time
Well then that is just plain kookie. I've never seen it be off by more than 5-10 seconds at boot. I toss ntpdate ntp.nasa.gov into rc.local. Never a problem.
Jul
20
comment Netbook keeps losing time
Did you tell your OS that when you installed? How much is the time off by? A set amount of time each time, or always random?
Jul
20
revised Usage of Dual Ethernet Jacks (One for LAN, One for WAN)
Terminal is an app.
Jul
20
answered Fix Laptop VGA port
Jul
20
answered Netbook keeps losing time
Jul
20
answered Usage of Dual Ethernet Jacks (One for LAN, One for WAN)
Jul
20
revised Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
Added an Update section.
Jul
20
comment Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
Not sure, then. It may be, as Mehrdad said, a newer trackpad thing. This MBP is the first I've ever turned it on for, so the first time I've looked for it. Beyond latest drivers/boot camp, I'm not really sure. =-[
Jul
20
comment Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
Added a new screeny. It's there. Have you checked to see if there are any updates from Software Update within Windows? You may need to install iTunes to get the updater.
Jul
20
revised Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
New Screeny.
Jul
20
comment Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
I use this on my Macbook Pro at home, and it works fine. o.O;
Jul
20
comment Enable trackpad tap-to-click in BootCamp on 1st-gen (non-multi-touch) MacBook?
I added a bit more details and an SC. You did install all the drivers from the DVD, right?