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bio website tasyrkin.blogspot.de
location Berlin, Germany
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visits member for 4 years, 5 months
seen Dec 3 at 20:50

Primarily focused on object-oriented technology and algorithms


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comment how do you view all threads running on Linux?
@boycy you can adjust the interval to the duration as you like say 100ms and getting the feeling of continuity :)
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Jun
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comment how do you view all threads running on Linux?
you also use watch ps command in order to constantly see the current threads, not history related, still quite useful
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Jul
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comment MC on Ubuntu: Save cursor in editor when leaving it
thanx for the answer! Do you want MC to save the cursor position in every file you might view or edit? that's exactly what I would like to have. I think that's a little too much to ask. MC has its internal editor, so if other editors support such feature (for example, far manager on windows) I don't see the reasons why mc doesn't have to.
Jul
9
accepted gedit snippets are not activated?
Jul
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asked MC on Ubuntu: Save cursor in editor when leaving it
Jul
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answered gedit snippets are not activated?
Jun
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comment gedit snippets are not activated?
I have found an answer! Edit->Preferences->Plugins->Snippets! BTW, where is the possibility to answer own questions!?