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Nov
20
answered Ubuntu 9.10, systray(system tray) icons are missing
Nov
20
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Nov
20
comment How to launch Ubuntu Software Center from GNOME Shell?
BTW, if you're using gnome-shell, you may find the "Cheat Sheet" helpful: live.gnome.org/GnomeShell/CheatSheet
Nov
20
comment How to launch Ubuntu Software Center from GNOME Shell?
You can still use the old Alt-F2 trick in gnome-shell, but I agree that this is unsatisfactory... I'm sure when gnome-shell is more mature, this won't be a problem any more.
Nov
20
awarded  Scholar
Nov
20
comment Why isn't MinGW's find command printing all files on drive C:?
Thanks, I was just using the latest msysgit. I'll look at the 1.0.11 version.
Nov
20
accepted Why isn't MinGW's find command printing all files on drive C:?
Nov
19
awarded  Editor
Nov
19
revised Why isn't MinGW's find command printing all files on drive C:?
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19
awarded  Student
Nov
19
asked Why isn't MinGW's find command printing all files on drive C:?
Nov
19
comment 8GB RAM on XP Professional
If you don't want to reinstall your OS, you can consider using a RamDisk (PAE-enabled of course) to make use of that extra 4GB.
Nov
16
answered Cross-platform file syncing over LAN
Nov
15
comment How can I copy a file to a “vintage” mac?
I think (very) old macs used LocalTalk at the hardware layer for networking.
Nov
13
answered Irfanview nearest equivalent for linux
Nov
13
answered Home network clogged by wireless laptop downloading bittorrents
Nov
13
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
13
answered How do I set up my Ubuntu desktop as a media server/stereo system?
Nov
13
comment Horizontal Wavy Lines on Asus VK221D 22" LCD Monitor
I assume you've press the resync (aka auto-adjust) button on the monitor a few times?
Nov
13
comment Horizontal Wavy Lines on Asus VK221D 22" LCD Monitor
Are you using a VGA or DVI cable to connect the monitor to the video card? Are you using the monitor's "native resolution"?