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Feb
27
comment Incremental searching with the `less` utility
looks like vim comes with a script for that.. export PAGER=/usr/share/vim/vim71/macros/less.sh or if you google 'vimpager' there is a supposedly better replacement.. git sort of has issues with it because of the terminal escape codes for color, but there might be an easy fix for that...
Feb
27
answered Incremental searching with the `less` utility
Feb
25
revised How can I move around the bash commandline efficiently?
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Feb
25
answered How can I move around the bash commandline efficiently?
Feb
23
comment smplayer doesn't play video when mplayer does
If you look at the output of ps x, what is the mplayer command that smplayer is running?
Feb
21
answered What means 59.164.0.0/20
Feb
17
answered How to speed up rsync?
Feb
15
comment How do I connect a TV with an ethernet connection to a wifi network?
any access point is capable of being a client bridge, most just don't have the settings for it. reflash the device with dd-wrt or openwrt and you'll be able to do whatever you want with it.
Feb
14
comment RAID 1 - How much space does windows see?
Raid 0 is striping. Raid 1 is mirroring.
Feb
14
comment Input/output error on Linux Machine
run badblocks first, then fsck. fsck will just make things worse if the drive is dying.
Feb
14
answered new PC not work with existing router, but works fine when directly connecting to cable modem
Feb
8
comment How do I execute find with GNU xargs to traverse a set of directories?
works fine for me, see my comment. If this still isn't what you want, you are going to have to give a better example that shows what you are really trying to do.
Feb
8
revised How do I execute find with GNU xargs to traverse a set of directories?
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Feb
7
answered How do I execute find with GNU xargs to traverse a set of directories?
Feb
7
answered dd producing corrupt ISO images on Snow Leopard (whether invoked from a script or the shell)
Feb
6
comment Is “Just close popup windows” an adequate security instruction for users?
"Read before you click" in the face of pages that are designed to mislead the user is a bad idea. That sort of implies that the user would actually consider doing what the popup says. I usually say something like "Never listen to anything that is telling or asking you to do anything" If it wants your password, it's a phishing attack, if it wants you to install something, it's a virus.. etc
Feb
6
answered Installing graphics driver in Ubuntu
Feb
3
comment Installing libraries and header files under ubuntu linux for c/c++ developement
the development package for the glib2 library is called, believe it or not, libglib2.0-dev
Feb
3
comment Extend Network by Connecting a Wireless Router to a Wired Router?
Do this, not what the other answer says to do.
Jan
31
answered Use multiple NFS servers for a single directory