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Dec
17
comment Linux: How can I set a device to be mounted before login?
"Is there any reason you don't have this done using the /etc/fstab file, like any other mounted directory?" Yes, I didn't remember you could do that. It didn't work at first, but I'm trying.
Dec
17
asked Linux: How can I set a device to be mounted before login?
Dec
14
accepted Changing the user folder in Windows 7
Dec
14
comment Changing the user folder in Windows 7
Thanks, I guess that would work, but the steps are too complicated and error prone and I don't feel like doing that. If no one posts a new answer in a while, I'll accept yours.
Dec
14
comment Changing the user folder in Windows 7
Well, that would work, but the point is to modify the folder that Windows 7 recognizes as the user's, like "Documents and Settings" in XP.
Dec
14
comment Changing the user folder in Windows 7
What? Why? I just installed it.
Dec
14
comment Changing the user folder in Windows 7
But if my username is "Me", why would I use the "Me2" folder?
Dec
14
comment Changing the user folder in Windows 7
No, that doesn't work.
Dec
14
asked Changing the user folder in Windows 7
Dec
13
awarded  Taxonomist
Nov
22
asked Managing different programs' volumes
Oct
15
accepted Disabling Power button on keyboard
Oct
15
comment Disabling Power button on keyboard
I do read the dialog boxes unlike a lot of people, so this is probably the best thing to do. I'll try to see if it works.
Oct
15
asked Disabling Power button on keyboard
Oct
7
answered Space in Directory Path in $path Variable in Linux
Oct
3
accepted How to record multitrack in Audacity?
Oct
2
revised How to record multitrack in Audacity?
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Oct
1
asked How to record multitrack in Audacity?
Sep
20
asked What are the differences between the various video formats?
Sep
15
comment What is Gnome / KDE etc?
-1: While this is a nice answer, it's not useful for someone who has never used Linux and has no idea of what window managers are or what are the differences between them.