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Jun
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asked Force downmix to mono on Linux
Mar
19
comment Successfully concatenating multiple videos
It may be a stupid shot, but does the length of a single-slide video and the mp3 used with it match exactly?
Mar
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accepted How to quick access color editing in OpenOffice 3.1?
Feb
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answered Transferring PuTTY session data
Feb
15
asked How to quick access color editing in OpenOffice 3.1?
Feb
15
answered How to disable Ctrl+Shift keyboard layout switch (for the same input language) in Windows?
Feb
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Feb
15
revised Where's Windows XP standard MIDI SoundFont?
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accepted Where's Windows XP standard MIDI SoundFont?
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Feb
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answered Do I need product key when doing a repair install of Windows 7?
Feb
12
comment Which is the better way of dual-booting Windows 7 with Ubuntu 9.10?
@Molly - fair enough, I see your point :)
Feb
11
comment Which is the better way of dual-booting Windows 7 with Ubuntu 9.10?
I'm more familiar with GRUB, so I'd recommend this boot loader over LILO. If you install Windows7 first and then Ubuntu with GRUB, then GRUB should automatically find Windows7 boot partition. You'll be presented with a menu each time, to choose which system to boot into.
Feb
11
comment Which is the better way of dual-booting Windows 7 with Ubuntu 9.10?
@Molly - newer distributions of Ubuntu make mounting NTFS (Windows) partitions rather trivial - after fresh installation, there are icons of NTFS partitions on Ubuntu desktop; double-click mounts the desired partition. Hence I think that a separate fartition for shared files wouldn't be needed at this point.
Feb
11
answered Error in joining 4 AVI files
Feb
11
answered Which is the better way of dual-booting Windows 7 with Ubuntu 9.10?
Feb
11
comment Bash Man Page: kill <pid> vs kill -9 <pid>
I would add that the KILL and STOP signals are so-called non-catchable signals. That means when a TERM signal is sent to a process, it is able to catch it and perform various "shutdown" operations it needs to do. The KILL signal stops the process immediately.
Feb
10
comment Where's Windows XP standard MIDI SoundFont?
I managed to solve my problem on my own (look below). I tried to stuff my answer up with some links and explanations - maybe others will find it useful. Thank you for your concern :)
Feb
10
answered Where's Windows XP standard MIDI SoundFont?
Feb
10
asked Where's Windows XP standard MIDI SoundFont?