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answered Is there a Google Authenticator desktop client?
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revised Is looking for Wi-Fi access points purely passive?
corrected typos
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
Thanks! The history may also be used, just check that it's clean of the site you don't want to see any more ( via chrome://history/ )
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
Chrome's not running while you do that, right?
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
:-) Yeah, "show tables" is not SQL really, it's a little different in sqlite, I also have to use .help each time I use it to get it right...
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comment Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
The "..." just just hide the standard login prompt from sqlite3, my Top Sites ranked 1-20 which I didn't want to disclose and parts of the schema that are not necessary for the answer. SQLite uses standard SQL statements, so just write the statement yourself if you're familiar with it. I didn't include that delete statement on purpose. Type .help to get help on SQLite usage or see the man page here: linux.die.net/man/1/sqlite3
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answered Chrome: remove URL from autocomplete which doesn't show up in history?
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answered How can I produce high CPU load on a Linux server?
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comment How to install Tortoise client in Linux machine
This covers only dpkg/apt based distros (mostly Debian, Ubuntu) and won't work on Redhat, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Suse or Slackware