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"Any given man sees only a tiny portion of the total truth, and very often, in fact almost perpetually, he deliberately deceives himself about that little precious fragment as well. A portion of him turns against him and acts like another person, defeating him from inside. A man inside a man. Which is no man at all."


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revised How to install libmp3lame for ffmpeg
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awarded  Revival
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Sep
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answered Auto-mount USB drives read-only
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May
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comment Is it possible to remap the Back/Forward keys of a Thinkpad USB keyboard on Linux?
Thanks for the edit and comments.
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Feb
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comment Setting a subdomain to access home machine with windows remote desktop
If they are cached locally or the DNS server you use is serving cached entries and the TTL has not passed, then yes you have to wait it out. You should set a really low TTL for that entry/zone if you plan on updating it frequently.
Jan
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answered Is it possible to remap the Back/Forward keys of a Thinkpad USB keyboard on Linux?
Dec
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comment Automatic versioning upon file change (modify/create/delete)
sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/fuse/…
Nov
18
comment How do I set up a proxy server for home with bandwidth control, download limit options?
pfSense is great for a quick and easy setup with a web interface. If you want to learn more, just install OpenBSD and setup pf yourself, it's a lot of fun to learn.
Nov
15
answered Application switcher for KDE
Nov
15
answered Ubuntu not booting, recovery mode not loading
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
4
answered Additional swap created on a new partition gets removed on reboot
Nov
4
answered PHP 5.2 and PHP 5.3 on mod_php (apache) on Ubuntu 11.04
Nov
4
answered Where to look when the system crashes or something else horrible goes down?
Nov
30
answered What could I use to rate-limit certain internet content?