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answered Username has changed on Mac OS X Lion
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comment Username has changed on Mac OS X Lion
That's not your username, that's your hostname. Can you run, and post the output of: echo $PS1?
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comment Ancient Hardware: IBM Spacesaver II Keyboard with Windows 7 on MacPro
The point I'm ultimately making is that this is not on topic for Ask Different, and I feel it should be moved to somewhere more appropriate, likely Super User. But I am also dropping hints (check out all your sticky key settings, disable them and also disable their activation shortcuts if you don't use them).
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comment Ancient Hardware: IBM Spacesaver II Keyboard with Windows 7 on MacPro
The same keyboard doesn't cause any problem when not connected to your Bootcamp'ed box. Just because it doesn't happen on another Windows computer does not make it a Mac Pro problem. Not to mention, per my suggestion, that doesn't rule out a software (e.g. Sticky Keys) problem either. Basically you changed everything and it worked, but that really didn't narrow the problem down.
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comment Ancient Hardware: IBM Spacesaver II Keyboard with Windows 7 on MacPro
Just because this is taking place on a Mac Pro doesn't really make this an Ask Different question. It's either an IBM hardware question, or a Windows question (accessibility -> sticky keys, maybe?).
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comment What is the average life of an SSD?
Jeff from CodingHorror, also known as Jeff from this Network? :)
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comment Mac OS X Terminal: How can I make my pico editor syntax highlight?
Insert obligatory: "I'm sorry, I think you mean Vim."
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answered Mac OS X Terminal: How can I make my pico editor syntax highlight?
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comment Mac OS X Terminal: How can I make my pico editor syntax highlight?
I know. But good clarification for everyone else. My comment was from apple.se too!
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comment Mac OS X Terminal: How can I make my pico editor syntax highlight?
Not specifically a Mac question, no.