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Sep
9
comment Wireless Network Interface name changes sometime after reboot
I think you should ask people in the Arch IRC ( #archlinux on irc.freenode.org ) because the feedback loop is much quicker and your question doesn't really fit the question answer style of superuser.com.
Aug
9
revised increase desktop responsiveness on linux while swapping
added comment about ulatencyd
Aug
9
reviewed No Action Needed Why were some early computer displays circular?
Aug
9
reviewed No Action Needed File sizes in Windows not making sense
Aug
9
reviewed No Action Needed Hotkey to switch between Hangul and Latin input input modes with Windows 7 Korean IME?
Aug
9
reviewed No Action Needed Live stream backup/alternative source
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
18
revised How do I restart a frozen screen in Ubuntu without losing any open windows?
new method to restart gnome-shell
May
12
comment Recovering a file in Linux
You don't own an electron microscope by any chance ...
Mar
28
accepted package manager for use as normal user inside home direcotry
Mar
28
answered package manager for use as normal user inside home direcotry
Feb
4
comment Why Centos still not using Latest kernel
If you really want a newer kernel, why don't you just install one?
Jan
2
revised How do I restart a frozen screen in Ubuntu without losing any open windows?
spelling fix
Dec
31
comment How to decrypt a message sent via Pidgin-Encryption?
You may take a look at "openssl rsautl".
Dec
30
comment How to decrypt a message sent via Pidgin-Encryption?
As far as I know, pidgin doesn't support encryption, Maybe the message was encrypted using OTR ( off the record messaging ). I thought that OTR creates temporary session keys and exchanges them using the public/private key pair, if this really is the case, the easiest ( and probably only ) way to decrypt the message would be to ask your friend what she wrote! But as I said: I don"t know for sure if this is the case.
Dec
17
comment Is there anything faster than `find . | wc -l` to count files in a directory?
You're counting not only files, but directories, too. If you only want to count files, use "find . -type f | wc -l" if you want to count symbolic links and regular files, use "find . -type f -or -type l | wc -l"
Dec
10
answered Linux mail client which works with GMail and can use vim as editor
Dec
10
comment How to make GNU/Linux more robust in case of frequent power loss
Thanks, I didn't actually think about separating the written data to a separate partition but it really makes sense. Also mounting the root readonly should save nearly all problems because the system stays intact and the application that's running only changes a few text files.
Dec
10
accepted How to make GNU/Linux more robust in case of frequent power loss
Dec
9
comment increase desktop responsiveness on linux while swapping
@nab In my question I'm also addressing zram!