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bio website coggle.it
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age 25
visits member for 4 years, 7 months
seen Sep 13 '13 at 11:54

I'm currently building Coggle, a real-time collaborative web-app for documenting, understanding and sharing information.


Nov
6
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
awarded  Student
Dec
14
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
7
asked Is there a USB camera that works with linux with software-controllable white balance?
Nov
20
awarded  Yearling
Aug
22
awarded  Commentator
Aug
22
comment Is there an utility to control the LCD brightness of an MacBook Pro?
4 years owning this mac and I did not know that!
Jul
13
accepted How do I declare the terminal type in vim so that :make can output colours?
Jul
12
asked How do I declare the terminal type in vim so that :make can output colours?
May
9
comment Modifying Finder sidebar “Places” links
Good question! (I tried the obvious way of making an alias, and that doesn't work.)
May
3
answered Disable Sounds in 10.5 and 10.6
Apr
27
comment How to mess up a PC running Windows 7?
+1 if you do this and disable the mouse ;)
Feb
20
awarded  Scholar
Feb
20
accepted Strange strace and setuid behaviour: permission denied under strace, but not running normally
Feb
20
comment Strange strace and setuid behaviour: permission denied under strace, but not running normally
Okay, so in summary: setuid has so many security holes that I just shouldn't expect it to work, and ever using it ever is a very bad idea?
Feb
19
asked Strange strace and setuid behaviour: permission denied under strace, but not running normally
Feb
18
comment Allow user to execute a shell script without seeing its contents?
I still get permission denied when I run as another user: /bin/bash: /path/to/send-incoming-email.sh: Permission denied (permissions: -rwsr-xr-x 1 james james 7227 Feb 18 16:45 incoming.email)
Feb
18
asked Allow user to execute a shell script without seeing its contents?
Aug
11
answered Mac OS X 10.5 Spinning Wheel of Death?
Jan
10
comment How to tell if my Intel 64-bit CPU supports AMD64/x64 long mode?
It's a Core-2 Quad, right? Well that's the most likely, and they are Xeon based, so support EM64-T.