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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
May
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comment Setting up a git repository on a server
Sorry, I took a quick look at Atlassian and (unless I've missed something) it doesn't actually seem to support PAM. If that's correct, then my idea above is bunk.
May
4
answered Setting up a git repository on a server
Apr
26
awarded  Student
Apr
25
comment Install OpenBSD from a USB flashdrive : “No OS” message on boot
What does fdisk sd0 say in the OpenBSD VM (assuming your USB drive shows up as sd0 in OpenBSD)? Is the asterisk indicating the bootable flag showing up next to the right MBR partition?
Apr
15
comment Remove Properties and Personal Information - Batch mode or app
What sorts of media files are you dealing with?
Apr
13
answered Are there any video players for Windows that can play at different speeds?
Apr
13
answered IP address spoofing using Source Routing
Apr
12
awarded  Supporter
Apr
11
comment Resize GNU screen windows with a mouse
Vim supports using the mouse from a TTY emulator. See :help mouse and :help ttymouse for details.
Apr
11
awarded  Teacher
Apr
11
answered Building My First Computer And Suprise It Isn't Working
Apr
11
answered How to restore an os from an image created by macrium reflect
Apr
10
answered Dhcpd Daemon is trying to lease itself?
Apr
10
awarded  Editor
Apr
10
revised Excel Matching problem with logic expression
added 36 characters in body
Apr
10
comment Equivalent of LaTeX “eqnarray” in Microsoft Word 2007 equation editor?
Thanks! akid's comment in particular pointed right to the solution, which was to select all the relevant equations, right-click on them, and then click "Align on =". Unfortunately it seems Word 2007 is still unreliable when it comes to editing equations; I aligned my equations as described then saved and closed the document, and when I reopened it many of the equations were randomly misaligned or typeset in bold face. So it looks like I'm using LaTeX for this project after all, but thanks again for your help.
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
10
accepted Equivalent of LaTeX “eqnarray” in Microsoft Word 2007 equation editor?