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I'm a Linux enthusiast and hobby C/C++ programmer. I enjoy researching and hacking the Linux kernel, helping others and learning new things - ultimately extending my skill set. Editor of choice is: VIM

Dec
4
comment xrdb -load ~/.Xdefaults cpp: too many input files
@larsks: Thanks! I had white space in $PATH - Win NT 5.1, Cygwin
Dec
4
accepted xrdb -load ~/.Xdefaults cpp: too many input files
Dec
3
accepted How to use ipw3945 on Ubuntu 9.04
Dec
3
asked xrdb -load ~/.Xdefaults cpp: too many input files
Oct
26
answered How to use ipw3945 on Ubuntu 9.04
Oct
24
asked How to use ipw3945 on Ubuntu 9.04
Oct
17
accepted Minimalistic Linux or opensolaris HOST suitable for VM Guests
Oct
15
comment Minimalistic Linux or opensolaris HOST suitable for VM Guests
CPU is Intel T5250, not sure if this will work with ESXi?
Oct
14
revised Minimalistic Linux or opensolaris HOST suitable for VM Guests
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Oct
14
comment Minimalistic Linux or opensolaris HOST suitable for VM Guests
@Wil: Sorry, I meant what Linux distro, would be suitable (as min) to run as HOST for other QUEST VMs
Oct
14
asked Minimalistic Linux or opensolaris HOST suitable for VM Guests
Sep
17
accepted Slow wlan0 compared to eth0?
Aug
19
awarded  Beta
Aug
18
comment How to disable ipv6 in Linux Mint
I'm using OpenSuse 11.1 - it is possible to disable the ipv6 module via Yast2. The iwl3945 is still extremely slow... I'll accept your answer - kind regards with the help
Aug
18
accepted How to disable ipv6 in Linux Mint
Aug
16
comment How to enable MP3, M4a support for Amarok?
zypper install yast2-metapackage-handler Then simply click on the codecs-kde.ymp file
Aug
16
accepted How to enable MP3, M4a support for Amarok?
Aug
15
asked How to enable MP3, M4a support for Amarok?
Aug
11
comment Slow wlan0 compared to eth0?
Do you know where I can find sysctl "network parameters" references (to that of sysctl -a?
Aug
10
comment Slow wlan0 compared to eth0?
I don't understand. What is an "AP"?