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Jul
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comment How do I find the Serial Number of a USB Drive?
I have neither a "Device instance id" nor a "Serial number"
Jun
29
comment Stay logged in while RDP session is over
Don't understand the downvotes either, I had the exact same problem and your answer solved it. Thanks.
Jun
17
answered vagrant provision launches apps without ui on windows
Jun
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awarded  Organizer
Jun
17
revised Run script on host machine during vagrant up
neither question or answer mentions puppet
Jun
17
asked vagrant provision launches apps without ui on windows
Jun
17
suggested approved edit on Run script on host machine during vagrant up
May
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awarded  Famous Question
Apr
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comment UnionFS alike on windows, Virtually merge folders
A downsize of using Libraries compared to UnionFS is that there is no copy-on-write, so you can't have a base read-only directory that stays intact when editing files.
Jan
30
comment What does it do exactly if I click in the window of cmd?
This annoyed me a lot, but I found out that if you go to properties of the cmd windows you can deselect "Quick edit mode" and you will not enter the select mode by clicking in the window.
Feb
24
comment Linux shutdown in 30 seconds?
Alright, then we sorted that out. Could add the format flags I mentioned and it should work also on new versions (although on minute resolution).
Feb
24
comment Linux shutdown in 30 seconds?
I have: shutdown --version: shutdown (upstart 1.10) Copyright (C) 2013 Scott James Remnant, Canonical Ltd.
Feb
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
22
comment Linux shutdown in 30 seconds?
Tried switching to english locale, but it didn't work either. So I am not sure why it works for you.
Feb
22
comment Linux shutdown in 30 seconds?
I tried again on my home machine and it's not working there either. I know how backticks works. So I have tried on Ubuntu 13.10 and Kubuntu 13.10. Could be that I using a different locale ? Output from date --date "now + 60 seconds" for me is lör 22 feb 2014 21:25:03 CET and if I use that together with shutdown it prints "invalid timevalue" (translated to English). So your statement that the version you wrote absolutely work in all versions of ubuntu is simply wrong. If I specify the format to date it works though, like this: date --date "now +60 seconds" +%H:%M.
Feb
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awarded  Critic
Feb
21
comment Linux shutdown in 30 seconds?
Does not work (at least on linux), this gives the time in another format than expected.
Feb
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awarded  Excavator
Feb
3
revised Hibernate is disabled, hiberfil.sys gets recreated at each boot
Boot logging seem to be in the options menu (not tools)