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Dec
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
17
revised Line-up in-text math formula in LibreOffice Writer
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Dec
17
asked Line-up in-text math formula in LibreOffice Writer
Dec
1
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
9
awarded  Yearling
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
30
revised Automatic reformatting of an email: toppost→bottompost
added 11 characters in body
Apr
30
comment Automatic reformatting of an email: toppost→bottompost
@MichaelKjörling: not at all.
Apr
30
comment Automatic reformatting of an email: toppost→bottompost
@MichaelKjörling: I (very) vaguely remember some people saying that they have some scripts to (probably heuristically) perform this kind of operation… that was more than several years ago though. I tried to google them again, but failed—hence this question.
Apr
30
asked Automatic reformatting of an email: toppost→bottompost
Apr
15
answered How can I download a subpart of file in linux/windows?
Nov
8
answered How to create a ssh tunnel chain in one command?
Nov
7
comment Is it technically possible to read CD by its scan?
@sync: probably the same way you can read data “instantly” from a 1GB jpeg file. And that jpeg file has to be stored somewhere…
Sep
18
comment Virtual machines and TRIM
It's quite possible that this is what I was looking for. Thanks.
Aug
9
awarded  Yearling
Jul
7
comment Linux OS micro-SD image file - what do I do with this?
image_file.img.xz doesn't look like a tar archive, just a single file compressed with xz. So a simple unxz image_file.img.xz should be enough to produce image_file.img.
Jun
24
awarded  Informed
Jun
24
revised What is the best way for inexperienced users to browse and filter data in large CSVs?
added 35 characters in body
Jun
24
asked What is the best way for inexperienced users to browse and filter data in large CSVs?
Jun
11
comment Bringing pages for a particular process out of swap
@mpy: no need to, I can reproduce this now too. Also, I found that gcore is just a shell wrapper over gdb, and that it's the shell wrapper who adds the pid to the file name… so it's a matter of editing that shell script. I'll edit my answer later.