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I'm a computer engineer, experienced with C, C++ (especially C++11), Python, Bash, z80 and PIC24 assembly, LaTeX, Java (mostly with Android), and a handful of others. I run Arch Linux and CyanogenMod, avoiding Windows whenever possible.

You can find some of my work on GitHub.


Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
16
answered Repeat last normal mode command, including moves, in Vim
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
31
asked Running DOSBox completely headless
Jul
31
answered Running DOSBox completely headless
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
15
comment I'm using Chrome and Chrome Sync; does Google have access to my passwords?
@FrankThomas, what law is that? I thought the rule was that if I have the technical capability to access their plaintext, then I must comply, but that the storage of encrypted blobs that I cannot decrypt isn't illegal in any way.
May
9
revised Where should I store source downloads for installation?
added 64 characters in body
May
8
comment iptables: Allowing multicast & other traffic on LAN, not to WAN
I'd rather block routable traffic to prevent misconfigured devices from sending traffic.
May
7
comment iptables: Allowing multicast & other traffic on LAN, not to WAN
Non-routable multicast is fine, although I wasn't aware of the distinction, @Spiff.
May
6
revised iptables: Allowing multicast & other traffic on LAN, not to WAN
added 12 characters in body
May
6
comment iptables: Allowing multicast & other traffic on LAN, not to WAN
Yes, good point. "Disallow all unsolicited inbound traffic" is better. Edited.
May
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asked iptables: Allowing multicast & other traffic on LAN, not to WAN
May
4
awarded  Constituent
Apr
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awarded  Caucus
Apr
18
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
5
accepted How to get AMD Catalyst working on Arch x86_64
Apr
5
answered How to get AMD Catalyst working on Arch x86_64
Mar
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
25
asked Forcing Linux framebuffer size