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Sep
23
comment Delete URL history in Google Chrome
See superuser.com/questions/273278/… for a better answer.
Mar
30
comment Install multiple OS on the same machine - without a host
@Eroen Sorry for my newbness, but words like "partition tables" don't mean much to me. What are the tools that I can use?
Mar
29
comment Install multiple OS on the same machine - without a host
But there must be restrictions - like the order in which you install them? Also - how would you remove one or another system?
Mar
29
comment Install multiple OS on the same machine - without a host
Nope, not at the same time. But as long as I can, say, remove all of them at any point, without depending on one being "main".
Mar
29
comment Install multiple OS on the same machine - without a host
Oh I see, Type 1 Hypervisor looks like exactly what I need.
Mar
29
comment Install multiple OS on the same machine - without a host
I am not sure if I "can dual" boot Windows XP, Windows 7, 8 and Linux all on the same machine...
Mar
23
comment Easy to use booking software?
Google Calendar almost fits the bill - the only problem with it is it's inability to "allocate" resources, like rooms. For example, I can't say "Room A" is busy from Mon-Thurs. I can only mimic it with weird things like multiple calendars, or concurrent events of different colors...
Mar
23
comment Easy to use booking software?
By cloud sync I mean the ability to save state to the net - so that after a re-install of the os, I will be able to retrieve all my data. Also, mobile app is not for clients, but for the owner - to show them the calendar of when guests are coming etc...
Mar
6
comment What Tiling Window Manager for Windows do you recommend?
It is also very confusing - there is no tutorial on how to use it, or documentation that I can see anywhere.
Mar
6
comment What Tiling Window Manager for Windows do you recommend?
Seems like a very constructive question to me.
Mar
6
comment What Tiling Window Manager for Windows do you recommend?
@Babu: It's Ctrl+WinKey+Q
Jan
4
comment Skype: How to record a podcast?
Seems Pamela call recorder has a limit of 15minutes on recordings, whereas Pro version is unlimited pamhelp.com/…
Jan
4
comment Skype: How to record a podcast?
Pamela is just so much more polished and works out of the box. With CallGraph you gotta restart Skype and it just looks wonky... Should you get Pamela professional or will Pamela call recorder suffice?
Jan
3
comment Skype: How to record a podcast?
There seems to be no definite guide on howto of skype+audacity. Most of the links are outdated...
Nov
21
comment JVM based text editor?
Perhaps I should reconsider jEdit - it seems to have a vim-emulation plugin... @Shiki stop raging, go eat a melon.
Nov
21
comment JVM based text editor?
I guess one that is not cluttered with rows upon rows of buttons, windows and dialog boxes.
Nov
21
comment JVM based text editor?
I didn't say console (see Gvim or Windows based Emacs). Also - how can someone downvote a question??? It makes no sense... At least have the cojones to say why.
Aug
11
comment vim could not load library python27.dll
Hm... I am not compiling it, but rather downloading an installer.
Aug
11
comment vim could not load library python27.dll
For all those having the same problem: installing "cream" fixes it: cream.sourceforge.net Yes - this question will probably get closed - but the fact is that there is still no solution to this anywhere on the web.
Nov
15
comment Fedora 13 - No module named yum
Wow, ok. I've actually manually deleted all of the "/usr/bin/python2.6, /user/bin/python2, /usr/local/bin/python2.6", after which I made sure that only "2.6.6" rpm was listed in "rpm -qa". After this running python results in "Command not found". I then FORCE installed the 2.6.4 rpms of python. STILL when i run "python" I get 2.6.6! Something is intercepting the call to python or wiring it up or... i don't know. Maybe rpm installs 2.6.6.