689 reputation
21027
bio website
location Germany
age 33
visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Jun 23 at 9:04

Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
11
comment How to search for specific mail (by msgid) in Thunderbird?
MessageID-Finder is marked as uncompatible with newer stable TB versions. But thank you very much for the native way..
Jun
11
accepted How to search for specific mail (by msgid) in Thunderbird?
Jun
11
asked How to search for specific mail (by msgid) in Thunderbird?
May
16
comment Iterating over keys (or k/v pairs) in zsh associative array?
If you have just a small list this might be an option: for i in a,b c_s,d ; do KEY=${i%,*}; VAL=${i#*,}; echo $KEY" XX "$VAL; done
May
7
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
4
accepted What if “rm -rf” does not work, but “ls -a” shows no files?
Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
20
asked Transparent failover for NFS home directory (with LDAP users)
Mar
5
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
14
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
16
awarded  Necromancer
Nov
6
answered What if “rm -rf” does not work, but “ls -a” shows no files?
Nov
6
revised What if “rm -rf” does not work, but “ls -a” shows no files?
identified dropbox file as source.
Nov
6
revised What if “rm -rf” does not work, but “ls -a” shows no files?
reboot, remount, fsck?
Nov
6
asked What if “rm -rf” does not work, but “ls -a” shows no files?
Oct
9
comment Can Google Employees See My Passwords Saved in Google Chrome?
There are many news sites dealing with this topic, just use a search machine with: "Wifi passwords google android" done. E.g. gizmodo.com/…
Oct
9
comment Can Google Employees See My Passwords Saved in Google Chrome?
As long as those passwords are not used for WiFi on Android too, you should be save. I've to say this, as Google knows your WiFi passes used on Android.
Jul
1
comment Is there a way to disable IPv6 in Google's Chrome?
-1: Of course this will work too but it leaves ipv6 disabled for other applications, so if only chrome should not use ipv6 this is not an option. As there is a command line switch, hacking the sys internals (for which you need root privileges) is some kind ackward.