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Jul
8
comment How to use Google Glass as a headset with MacBook?
Oh. I thought it was interesting that it shows up as an audio device though. I wonder if there's any third party apps i can sideload to enable it.
Jul
2
comment How do I add my photo to my account in Outlook 2010?
I have Outlook 2010, and when I double click my name in an email (single click does nothing) it pops up my contact card. There is no "Open Contact" button or option anywhere.
Jun
27
comment How can I change the colors of my xterm using Ansi escape sequences?
How do I change the color of the cursor to 34 Blue?
Jun
25
comment How to bind old user's SID to new user to remain NTFS file ownership and permissions after freshly reinstall of Windows?
Ideally I'd just like to keep my <username> folder on a separate partition (the old Windows partition) and make that <username> folder the home folder for my user <username> of my new Windows.
Jun
21
comment How to bind old user's SID to new user to remain NTFS file ownership and permissions after freshly reinstall of Windows?
Well basically what I want to do is copy all the files from an old Windows C:\Users\username location to a new Windows C:\Users\username location so those files all belong to the new user (just migrating to a fresh Windows install basically, and wanting to keep my previous user's files). It's the same username in both the old and new. Will a simple copy of the files from one place to the other as admin do the trick? I'm curious to know if the SIDs of the files will change to the new user's SID because I'm using NTFS-3G to map the file SIDs to my Linux user.
Jun
21
comment How to bind old user's SID to new user to remain NTFS file ownership and permissions after freshly reinstall of Windows?
So if I do this as admin and copy files from an old user location to the new user location does it set tge SUD of each file to tge new user?.
May
24
comment What is the default expected behavior when Windows encounters two files with the same name but different capitalization in an NTFS partition?
If two files exist, One.txt and ONE.txt, which file would "match first" if I supply one.txt? Are there rules on which will be the "first matching file"?
May
24
comment What is the default expected behavior when Windows encounters two files with the same name but different capitalization in an NTFS partition?
I don't have the environment to test that in right now. I only have OS X at the moment. Could you describe what happens? My first guess would be that Windows picks (perhaps inadvertently) which file to read/write by some criteria (e.g. lexical order with lower case taking precedence, or vice versa). Or does it not allow any file to be manipulated whatsoever?
Mar
3
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
I haven't yet. Once I boot back into Window I will... I share my Windows home folder with my Linux home folder. :D
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
Cool, thanks for the link!
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
Aha... and looking inside NTUSER.DAT I see references to my old location... Maybe I can just replace them with the new values...
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
Hmmmm.... So that guide basically says copy everything except Ntuser.dat, Ntuser.dat.log, and Ntuser.ini. Seems like that is wherein the problem lies...
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
I did exactly like in the Windows 8 suggestion in your fir paragraph. So, in your last paragraph, do I have to move my folder back, then in the registry find every occurence of trusktr and change it back to the old value (somethingelse in my example) before I do the "fix a corrupted user profile" step?
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
I did exactly like in the Windows 8 suggestion in Maxx Daymon's answer.
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
@Ramhound I did exactly like in the Windows 8 suggestion in Maxx Daymon's answer.
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
Do you suggest I edit registry and change it all back to somethingelse before doing this?
Feb
28
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
@Ramhound I logged in as another user who has administrator privileges (after first signing out of my use in question).
Feb
27
comment I renamed my user folder in Windows 8, and now my task bar shortcuts are gone. Why?
Well I can log in just fine and all my Documents, Pictures, everything, are just fine in Explorer. I made sure to change the values in the registry to match my new user folder name, no errors when logging in (e.g. no "temporary profile" error).
Feb
27
comment How come git clean -Xi doesn't delete folders, only files?
@BlueBerry-vignesh4303 How does it not? I've updated my answer to be more verbose. Plus, if you notice, I've marked his answer as the accepted answer so he got all the credit.
Feb
27
comment How come git clean -Xi doesn't delete folders, only files?
-i is for interactive. Please see my updated question. Thanks!!