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I prefer usually challenging questions, while I may spend some time on easier ones trying to explain something that used to be difficult for me.

My preference goes to algorithms, and C, a language that I've liked and known for a long time, while I like also to visit server fault and its many interesting and challenging system, DB, nginx, ... questions and answers.

Linux has been my working environment for almost 10 years. And a (few) Mac for leisure.


Dec
23
awarded  Promoter
Dec
22
answered Failing RAM, or something else?
Dec
22
answered Easiest way to restrict IP access per user on ubuntu
Dec
21
revised Why window.history.go() doesn't work from some pages?
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Dec
20
comment Why window.history.go() doesn't work from some pages?
No error in Firebug. This is really strange...
Dec
18
comment Ubuntu / Gnome window resizing horizontally
It works actually!
Dec
18
accepted Ubuntu / Gnome window resizing horizontally
Dec
17
awarded  Commentator
Dec
17
comment Ubuntu / Gnome window resizing horizontally
Alt-right-click opens the right click menu... that allows a resize! Too bad you didn't post an answer :-)
Dec
17
comment Ubuntu / Gnome window resizing horizontally
Thanks. But is there a way to customize only the width of the border left & right? I.e. without changing the theme...
Dec
17
asked Ubuntu / Gnome window resizing horizontally
Dec
1
comment Why window.history.go() doesn't work from some pages?
It gives me the correct number (was 19 for Google news, which does a refresh via href=... [see above]). Tried to check window.onunload and body.onunload they're all undefined.
Dec
1
awarded  Editor
Dec
1
revised Why window.history.go() doesn't work from some pages?
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Dec
1
asked Why window.history.go() doesn't work from some pages?
Nov
28
awarded  Scholar
Nov
28
accepted Firefox go to very first page in history stack
Nov
28
comment Firefox go to very first page in history stack
Ok it works in a bookmarklet :-) Tried initially in the javascript area (Firebug) and got an error, access denied. Great, thanks!
Nov
28
comment Firefox go to very first page in history stack
Sorry to insist, but what vim exact command should I use in FF (after installing the addon) to get the tab to jump to the very first entry in history?
Nov
25
comment Firefox go to very first page in history stack
How do I use that?