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I'm a full time computer science student at Curtin University.


Aug
15
comment How to distinguish a legacy BIOS from a UEFI/EFI BIOS?
With what programming language and environment?
Aug
15
comment Recovering Windows Vista Partition after Ubuntu Natty N. install
I've edited my answer with a new solution; please give that a go.
Aug
15
answered Recovering Windows Vista Partition after Ubuntu Natty N. install
Aug
12
comment Ubuntu/C++ : Make directory in /usr/local/bin/
Not quite. The contents of bin should not include directories, but only directly executable files. If you have multiple final executables for your program, you may want to hyphenate the name, as in myapp-program1, myapp-program2, etc. Any supporting files should go into share if they're not architecture-dependent, and lib if they are.
Aug
12
comment Ubuntu/C++ : Make directory in /usr/local/bin/
Your example is somewhat dodgy; why would you want to create a directory under /usr/local/bin? That completely goes against the FHS. Supporting files for a program go in /usr/local/lib and /usr/local/share.
Jul
31
comment When to use pipes and when to redirect?
wc -l file1 is even better.
Jul
31
comment Editing MBR for flash device
Oh, I see. I'm not aware of any GUI program that does all that in one, so my best suggestion is to use a GUI partition editor like palimpsest or gparted, then use dd if=/dev/sdx of=mbr bs=512 count=1 to copy the MBR out.
Jul
30
comment Editing MBR for flash device
Oh, so you mean a binary file editor, or hex editor?
Jul
30
answered Editing MBR for flash device
May
27
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Apr
26
comment converting WMV to ASF using ffmpeg / expression encoder studio
Not a programming question.
Apr
9
answered IS FAT12 somewhat the same thing with reiserfs, xfs?
Mar
3
comment How to print last character of a file
Maybe your test file has a newline at the end?
Dec
31
comment convert full-disk RAID5 array to partition-based array?
Though I haven't been able to try it, because since asking the question I've recreated a new 3TB (4x 1TB) RAID5 array from scratch. However, your answer looks very possible.
Dec
31
accepted convert full-disk RAID5 array to partition-based array?
Dec
23
asked convert full-disk RAID5 array to partition-based array?
Dec
11
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Sep
20
awarded  Commentator
Sep
20
comment Ubuntu 10.04 Recurring Low Disk Space issues
Thanks. Pics added too :)
Sep
20
comment Ubuntu 10.04 Recurring Low Disk Space issues
Great tip, though how can we see hidden directories?