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May
30
comment On freenode, how do I keep NickServ from messaging me when I log in?
bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=555051 There is a feature request for this so hopefully it will get fixed in an upcoming release.
Feb
7
comment Get Apache configure line
for the record config.log was created for my apache compilation (so this is very useful if the source directory hasn't been removed).
Jan
14
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
Thanks for the responses. I think the next step will be buy some ferrite beads or braided copper shielding to test with. It may be 2-3 weeks (on holiday from day after tomorrow) but I'll report back with the success.
Jan
14
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
I agree. It seems that if this was normal it would be a much more common problem.
Jan
14
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
Yep, I have quite a big fan on my video card. Unfortunately the fan can't easily be unplugged whilst the card is on the motherboard so I can't test by unplugging for a few seconds.
Jan
11
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
I tested earlier (before posting my question) with some aluminum foil and it made no difference. But I didn't ground the shielding so perhaps that will help.
Jan
11
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
I removed the front of the case - the headphone/mic port is enclosed in a plastic box (with 2 usb inputs) and there is a wire running out of the plastic box being grounded to the case. So I'm guessing the grounding is ok. The wires from the front panel to the motherboard are already in a single black cable so I can't test twisting them. Thanks!
Jan
10
comment Graphics card causing interference in Headphones
It's a custom build PC - Antec 300 case / Asus p755d pro mobo / Asus NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT 1Gb graphics card
Jul
19
comment How do I detect keystroke loggers in a reliable way?
Thanks for the comprehensive answer, after understanding the issues my solution will be to use a pocket os (like SLAX).