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Jul
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comment Timezone conversion by command line
Didn't know about tzselect, thanks. If you enter wrong 'TZ' input you can get misleading results, e.g. TZ=London date Fri Jul 16 10:28:52 London 2010
Jul
16
answered Timezone conversion by command line
Jul
16
comment Timezone conversion by command line
perhaps a better tool would do cities by airport codes, 5pm LHR in SFO
Jul
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comment Timezone conversion by command line
command line in shell and google's query box are both a command line to me
Jul
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asked Timezone conversion by command line
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asked Command line to convert OGV to MP4 video files
Aug
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
28
accepted Linux i7 Rig for quiet stability and maybe a little Quake Live
Aug
26
comment Linux i7 Rig for quiet stability and maybe a little Quake Live
I agree. Maybe I'll get one of these. dabs.com/products/…
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awarded  Supporter
Aug
26
revised Linux i7 Rig for quiet stability and maybe a little Quake Live
explain display
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awarded  Editor
Aug
26
revised Linux i7 Rig for quiet stability and maybe a little Quake Live
Oh yeah, I want it silent too.
Aug
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asked Linux i7 Rig for quiet stability and maybe a little Quake Live
Aug
26
comment How do I input Greek characters in Ubuntu?
Why bother down rating this answer? You're assuming that if ppl Google for "How do I input Greek characters in Ubuntu?", they are going to learn Greek next? Don't be silly. My response is helpful to some.
Aug
25
answered How do I input Greek characters in Ubuntu?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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10
answered How do I revert to an alternate version of a package on Ubuntu?