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Nov
10
awarded  Editor
Nov
10
comment Syncplicity: can only change timestamps temporarily
Update: it's caused by Syncplicity. I'm still curious about whether there is a fix.
Nov
10
revised Syncplicity: can only change timestamps temporarily
Update: it's caused by Syncplicity
Nov
7
asked Syncplicity: can only change timestamps temporarily
Sep
23
comment Find and raise a window in KDE4 with shortcut
This works well with xbindkeys. I went this route after KDE started forgetting my windows shortcuts.
Dec
27
awarded  Scholar
Dec
27
comment “killed” message from cron.daily, but not when run from command line
Excellent, thank you very much! Using runuser works perfectly and saves me from a cron email every morning.
Dec
27
accepted “killed” message from cron.daily, but not when run from command line
Nov
25
comment Messed up keys in vim when running inside tmux
Given the warning that default-terminal should not be set, there is perhaps a better fix from the vim side: link.
Nov
25
comment Messed up keys in vim when running inside tmux
It's worth noting that the man page for tmux says to never set default-terminal. I'm not sure what the ramifications are.
Nov
25
awarded  Supporter
Nov
25
comment Messed up keys in vim when running inside tmux
I had to combine this with set -g xterm-keys on.
Oct
18
comment “killed” message from cron.daily, but not when run from command line
This question has long since disappeared into the tumbleweeds, but I would like to give a hint. I get the "...killed" message regardless of what su runs. So, even "su dstahlke ls" gives the message. I tried using sudo instead of su, but it won't run without a terminal.
Sep
25
awarded  Student
Sep
22
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
15
asked “killed” message from cron.daily, but not when run from command line