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CS and IS student at Radboud University Nijmegen


Nov
29
answered I can't boot from a usb stick and I want to install Ubuntu on my computer. How do I fix it?
Oct
15
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
11
comment Importing the public keys that signed your key
I thought that perhaps there was a simpler tool/command for this that I was missing
Mar
10
comment Importing the public keys that signed your key
I know I can do it like this, but is there a way to do this automatically?
Mar
10
asked Importing the public keys that signed your key
Jan
18
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
28
revised Aptitude vs. apt-get: Which is the recommended (aka the “right”) tool to use?
consistent with backticks
Sep
28
suggested suggested edit on Aptitude vs. apt-get: Which is the recommended (aka the “right”) tool to use?
Sep
20
comment Intel 330 has no support on aes 256
When you encrypt something, you apply a complicated algorithm to the data. This work is normally done by the CPU, which means it does increase system load.
Sep
20
answered Intel 330 has no support on aes 256
Sep
20
revised How to remove boot loader entry on Windows-8?
Removed unneccessary caps and fixed grammar.
Sep
20
suggested suggested edit on How to remove boot loader entry on Windows-8?
Aug
12
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
22
awarded  Yearling
Jul
21
comment How to get Ubuntu in boot menu back?
Use a ubuntu CD to reinstall grub.
Jul
21
awarded  Critic
Jul
21
comment Do pip and easy_install download Python packages securely?
No. It seems it is generated by the repository, and as such only has meaning for the integrity of the download, not for checking malicious code.
Jul
21
comment Do pip and easy_install download Python packages securely?
@Thomas They can prevent a lot of potential damage when repositories are infected, though.
Jul
21
answered Should I pick USB 2, USB 3, or eSata for connecting my computer to a hard drive for watching movies/playing games?
Jul
21
answered Displaying the HTTP protocol within the status bar for a link in Firefox 14.0.1