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May
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comment How to fix ERR_UNSAFE_PORT error on Chrome when browsing to unsafe ports
This answer is excellent... for Windows. It won't solve the problem for (for example) Mac.
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comment How can I change the subject of messages on an Exchange server automatically?
My problem is that I'm "behind" Exchange here; I have only client level access to it. So, I can only do the things that an MUA can do, not an MTA.
Jan
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asked How can I change the subject of messages on an Exchange server automatically?
Nov
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comment What is causing the atrocious performance of my Macbook pro?
@JD Guzman: I don't know, that's the thing; by the time any diagnostic tools have started running, the incident is passed; when it's happening, I see >1s lag for simple keystroke responses.
Nov
15
comment What is causing the atrocious performance of my Macbook pro?
I/O turns up nothing. My processor usage hovers below 15% per core, spiking when (as happened just a moment ago) my text entry starts to lag. I'm looking into the Disk Utility steps now.
Nov
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asked What is causing the atrocious performance of my Macbook pro?
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revised How can I selectively disable zsh's version control integration when my CWD is on a remote filesystem?
Add details about how I'm getting vcs info into my prompt.
Sep
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comment How can I selectively disable zsh's version control integration when my CWD is on a remote filesystem?
No, it's not completions that are an issue
Sep
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asked How can I selectively disable zsh's version control integration when my CWD is on a remote filesystem?
Sep
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asked How can disable emacs' vc integration on mounted volumes?
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comment How can I find the PID of a process using its command line arguments?
I was hoping for a more elegant solution, but this clearly works.