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Nov
28
awarded  Yearling
Feb
22
asked Open chromium/chrome with native borders only sometimes?
Aug
20
comment “C:\Program Files” on Windows Vista+ (x64)
This blog post gives quite good explanation of the various 16/32/64-bit folders: piers7.blogspot.com/2010/07/64-bit-explained.html
Mar
30
comment Ubuntu from console/command-line/shell
As you said, there still exists lots of utilities to manage a linux computer from the command line. The one i know of which sounds most like Xolve asked for is probably the yast system for openSuse. It allows configuration of (practically) the whole system using one of several frontends (gtk, qt, ncurses..). yast is probably the main reason I install openSuse on computers i will only have remote access to, since it's so easy to use from the cli.
Feb
28
awarded  Teacher
Feb
28
answered Linux: emulate mouse clicks with keyboard
Feb
27
accepted How do I log M-x usage in emacs?
Feb
27
awarded  Scholar
Feb
27
awarded  Supporter
Feb
27
comment How do I log M-x usage in emacs?
Great! This will do for now.. I'm planning on learning more lisp programming, so I'll into this some more myself. As for finding out which keybinding is used, it should be possible to parse the output from describe-function, or try to extract the needed parts from describe-function-1. After a quick look, it seems a bit hairy, though..
Feb
27
comment How do I log M-x usage in emacs?
This works, but it puts the message "Wrote ~/mx.log" (the name of the log file) in the minibuffer after the command being run is finished. Is there any way of suppressing this message so that I can see the output of whatever command I'm running?
Feb
27
awarded  Student
Feb
27
asked How do I log M-x usage in emacs?