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Apr
12
asked Phoenix Award BIOS - USB keyboard fails at boot menu
Apr
3
comment A “quick” vector editor (SVG) for Linux (for annotating images?)
@AlexandreMartins - nothing, really; I just go with inkscape or firefox as I need to; I hoped otherwise I would get an alternative here, but nothing has come up yet... Cheers!
Mar
28
asked Command line multitrack audio looper for Linux?
Mar
28
revised Command-line video editing in Linux (cut, join and preview)
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Mar
28
revised Command-line video editing in Linux (cut, join and preview)
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Mar
28
answered Command-line video editing in Linux (cut, join and preview)
Feb
27
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Many thanks for that pattern, @kev - cheers!
Feb
27
accepted sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Feb
26
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Many thanks for that, @potong - cheers!
Feb
26
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Many thanks for that link, @selman - I like the trick with line 0 (as in 0,/Apple/{s/Apple/Banana/}) from there - cheers!
Feb
26
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Many thanks for that @jfgagne - I was hoping sed can refer to the n-th match; and glad to see an example (I'll need to brush up on my sed syntax, though :) ) Cheers!
Feb
26
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Many thanks for that, @Mat - by the way, your original sed answer led me this answer; but I think I like the direct number of matches specification better. Cheers!
Feb
26
answered sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Feb
26
comment sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
HI @Mat - not really; just the first one I resort to when I have t replace inline in text files - any other suggestions are welcome!
Feb
26
asked sed - perform only first (nth) matched replacement?
Feb
26
comment A “quick” vector editor (SVG) for Linux (for annotating images?)
Many thanks for that @kupitt - great to know, although I'd prefer a native open source solution... Cheers!
Feb
3
comment Where is vmlinux on my Ubuntu installation?
Many thanks, @SaveTheRbtz - had no idea abut that.. Cheers!
Feb
3
comment Command-line video editing in Linux (cut, join and preview)
Many thanks for that @lelton - honestly, I have heard about melt before, but never thought it actually works as a command line video editor... I better RTFM next time :) Cheers!
Feb
3
accepted Command-line video editing in Linux (cut, join and preview)
Jan
26
answered How do I enable internet-style quoting in Outlook Web Access?