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I'm Danish and I study computer science. I primarily develop for POSIX systems. I think Rust is appealing.


Nov
8
revised Typing the tab character in browser text boxes
added 33 characters in body
Nov
5
comment Should I use VNC or X protocol to control a Linux application from Windows?
not many people run anti-virus on Unices, and if X is an alternative, I guess the host is running Unix...
Oct
30
awarded  Announcer
Oct
29
answered Where to download a lot of digits of pi?
Oct
21
comment Compress MP3 downloaded from the web?
@slhck: added :)
Oct
21
revised Compress MP3 downloaded from the web?
installation of lame
Oct
21
answered Compress MP3 downloaded from the web?
Oct
19
comment is there a way to attach a PDF to an email sent with the UNIX email command?
see stackoverflow.com/q/902591/309483 and askubuntu.com/q/5431/19466
Oct
17
comment How do I compare binary files in Linux?
I prefer VBinDiff. DHEX is using CPU even when idling, I think it's redrawing all the time or something. VBinDiff doesn't work with wide terminals though. But the addresses become weird with wide terminals anyway, since you have more than 16 bytes per row.
Oct
14
comment Firefox: Add a custom Google search including pre-defined keywords
@Steve06: In ready2search, the specified keywords are appended to the prefix that you specify. So if you wanted to use google, your prefix would be http://google.com/search?q=. On searchplugins.net the string "TEST" is replaced with your search terms, in the URL. So on searchplugins.net, your "Search URL" would be http://google.com/search?q=TEST
Oct
14
revised Firefox: Add a custom Google search including pre-defined keywords
added 84 characters in body
Oct
14
answered Firefox: Add a custom Google search including pre-defined keywords
Oct
14
awarded  Critic
Oct
11
comment How to execute a command whenever a file changes?
does it work when the file is replaced like the editors do?
Oct
10
comment Enable System Beep in Ubuntu
use this if you don't want the bell sound to queue: Bell() shell "(if [ ! -e /run/lock/bell_playing ]; then touch /run/lock/bell_playing; paplay /usr/share/sounds/ubuntu/stereo/bell.ogg; rm /run/lock/bell_playing; fi ) &"
Oct
9
answered Typing the tab character in browser text boxes
Oct
9
comment Typing the tab character in browser text boxes
@SorinSbarnea: See my answer.
Sep
19
comment How to execute a command whenever a file changes?
@StevenLu: no, the sleep is not a busy wait. The problem is that if the sleep is in the body, Control-C will kill the sleep and the loop will start over. Power usage of starting the loop over is insignificant. Try it yourself in a terminal. You need to hold Control-C for it to work, if you have sleep in the body.
Jul
29
awarded  Benefactor
Jul
28
awarded  Scholar