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revised How can I determine which network adapter my browser is using? How can I change it?
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accepted Keys on laptop's keyboard register duplicate letters intermittantly
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answered Keys on laptop's keyboard register duplicate letters intermittantly
Nov
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comment Keys on laptop's keyboard register duplicate letters intermittantly
@techie007 Linux Live boot is a brilliant idea.
Nov
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comment Keys on laptop's keyboard register duplicate letters intermittantly
Not yet. I'm preferring to avoid it because I've already sunk several days getting a bunch of proprietary software installed, and in the past it wasn't successful, albeit with other models. If I don't get a good solution here, I probably will though.
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asked Keys on laptop's keyboard register duplicate letters intermittantly
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asked How can I preserve the max screen resolution on my external monitor without inducing a magnification effect?
Feb
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comment Can't format or delete any files on SD card
Might be a silly suggestion, but does your SD card have a physical read-only switch on the outside?
Feb
17
comment Edit command in Windows 8
Have you tired using powershell?
Feb
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comment Comments lose indentation in vim when in insert mode
Great, that worked.
Feb
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accepted Comments lose indentation in vim when in insert mode
Feb
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comment Comments lose indentation in vim when in insert mode
Since my vimrc does not have format options set anywhere, I suppose that means that it's default? :verbose set fo tells me formatoptions=tcq Last set from ~/.vimrc but I don't have anything referencing formatoptions in my vimrc