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Feb
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Feb
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comment Linux: Getting date & time of system startup
It's not reliable, as explained in my answer
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May
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comment In Linux, how can I map SHIFT_L/SHIFT_R when pressed without additional key?
It's almost duplicate to this question. =)
Mar
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answered Linewrap in Org-mode of Emacs?
Jan
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comment In Xorg fontconfig, why two font caches, /var/cache and $HOME? Possible to get rid of the latter?
Probably you're right, but all caches in my ~/.fontconfig are for fonts in /usr/share/fonts. This design does not seem reasonable at all. (Many duplicates will exist if there're many users.)
Jan
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revised In Xorg fontconfig, why two font caches, /var/cache and $HOME? Possible to get rid of the latter?
Change Linux -> Xorg (fontconfig is not limited to Linux)
Jan
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asked In Xorg fontconfig, why two font caches, /var/cache and $HOME? Possible to get rid of the latter?
Oct
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comment Is the safety of Linux binary packages guaranteed?
@Tom Thanks. Your comments to others exactly clarified what I asked. It's an important point, and serious intellectual efforts to improve the situation are desired (and they'll really deserve respect). But most didn't understand (wow!), and they closed this question.
Oct
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asked Is the safety of Linux binary packages guaranteed?
Jul
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answered Wait on a forked process from a script
Jul
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answered execute command after process terminates in different shell
May
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answered How to find the uptime since last wake from standby
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suggested rejected edit on Linux: Getting date & time of system startup
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suggested rejected edit on Linux: Getting date & time of system startup
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