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Programmer, Algorithmicist, Programming Languagcist, Pythonist, C++icist, Photographer, Boardgamer.


Aug
18
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
14
comment How can an outgoing OpenVPN connection fail when an additional incoming OpenVPN connection is added?
Good idea, I will try that. But I would guess it will not help, because the VPN is passed through a gateway. The "PC" is not the reciever of the VPN tunnel -- I go through the "VPN-GW" to the "PC" machine.
Oct
14
comment How can an outgoing OpenVPN connection fail when an additional incoming OpenVPN connection is added?
No, its is not a second VPN session from the same machine.
Oct
14
revised How can an outgoing OpenVPN connection fail when an additional incoming OpenVPN connection is added?
added more info about error
Oct
14
asked How can an outgoing OpenVPN connection fail when an additional incoming OpenVPN connection is added?
Aug
24
comment How to highlight a bad character by default?
No, I adopted it to the ´-char. Lets list them: 'straight', "double", ´acoute´, grave. And markdown requires grave, and I frequently type acoute, becuse grave is Shift-acoute. I put it into flyspell-mode and it looks beautiful.
Aug
24
accepted How to highlight a bad character by default?
Aug
24
comment How to highlight a bad character by default?
Gotcha! I have to explicitly enter text-mode. That is strange, isn't it? I guess we both overlooked (err... no, only me, I just assumed it) that text-mode was not listed in my modes. Hrmpf. Sorry. Now I know what fundamental means.
Aug
24
comment How to highlight a bad character by default?
Hrmm... . If i switch on c-mode I hat quote-highlighing -- but only for "quotes", nothing for ` quotes ` or ´ qoutes ´.
Aug
24
comment How to highlight a bad character by default?
nope, nothing. No color with any quote char. I put it in .emacs, near the end, and restarted emacs. I also tried it with applying it via marking and eval-region.
Aug
24
revised How to highlight a bad character by default?
clarified I meant only a single char
Aug
24
comment How to highlight a bad character by default?
Thanks for the long explanation. Alas, I don't understand it really -- and it doesn't work. .emacs is loaded without errors, so I seems to have all preconditions fine. But there is one big misunderstanding: I was only talking about a single char, the forward-single-quotation-mark accent-acout. Maybe this simplifies matters? I tried to change the regexp to (list (concat "") '(0 lawlist-super-orange t))`, no luck.
Aug
24
accepted How to make sensors-detect work on my Intel Pentium M, thus stopping the fan?
Aug
24
asked How to highlight a bad character by default?
May
22
comment linux copy command no destination
I think you misunderstand the concept here "copy some files and paste them"... uhh... this sounds like Windows all over. Some basic guide to Unix/Linux/Commandline is recommended, I think.
Apr
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
25
awarded  Commentator
Jan
25
comment How to make sensors-detect work on my Intel Pentium M, thus stopping the fan?
@harrymc: I double-checked: I had A06 running. I updated to A08, but the changes are minor so I did not expect anything from it. And indeed, no: Still no sensors-detect success.
Jan
25
revised How to make sensors-detect work on my Intel Pentium M, thus stopping the fan?
now A08
Jan
25
revised How to make sensors-detect work on my Intel Pentium M, thus stopping the fan?
added dmidecode and sensors-detect data