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accepted How to calculate amount of memory needed to keep Linux/ssh responsive?
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comment How to calculate amount of memory needed to keep Linux/ssh responsive?
@ChrisInEdmonton how is it an impossible question? what kinds of other details would you need to know about the tasks? I think this may be a perfect is the enemy of good sort of situation. I understand there is no perfect solution to this sort of problem, but surely a rough approximation is possible? For example, what is wrong with my proposed method?
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asked How to calculate amount of memory needed to keep Linux/ssh responsive?
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comment zsh completion will not work in emacs shell
Could you elaborate on what the zsh snippet is doing?
Dec
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comment How do I remove all proper nouns from the Dragon Naturally Speaking dictionary?
The built-in vocab is the main problem. Half the time Dragon misinterprets a string of 3-4 common English words as a random city in the Middle East. Removing those would improve recognition considerably since I rarely discuss the Middle East ;) The capital letters trick goes a long way though, that might be good enough.
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comment Chrome keyboard shortcut to “close other tabs”?
Alas, doesn't appear to work on Linux.
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comment How do I set Google Chrome to not allow javascript to hijack my right click menu
Link is broken.
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comment Is there a modern browser that runs on Windows 3.1?
To everyone complaining that this isn't an answer: Rich is saving the OP from a potential safety disaster. Installing software that could overwrite the controller's memory or expose it to the public internet could end in somebody's death, so I think it's fair for the answer to be "no, don't do that", even if I'm usually annoyed by this sort of answer on the site.
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asked How to search *upwards* for file? (reverse find)
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accepted Where do chrome/chromium store search keywords?
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asked Where do chrome/chromium store search keywords?
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