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Dec
18
comment Is there any reverse whois service?
This seems to be a search for domain names.
Dec
18
comment Is it possible to correct my GeoIP location
Since you already seem to know where you live, why bother?
Dec
18
comment Linux SSH client for iPhone
I don't get the question. Do you need a ssh client to run on Linux so you can ssh into your iphone? And what more can you possibly ask for than ssh "on terminal"?
Dec
15
comment Find files in a path
Yes, Nathan, that's exactly what I was talking about. What strange kind of shell would handle this ok?
Dec
15
comment Find files in a path
This won't work. Have you tried it?
Dec
11
comment Network card three-pin connector
I get a "Runtime error" when I click that link.
Dec
11
comment How to optimize google chrome?
Make Google Chrome even faster and you'll be able to travel backwards in time. Sounds like a cool feature to me.
Dec
11
comment Using git as a central repository
"master" in git context is usually the name of the default branch.
Dec
10
comment Using git as a central repository
When you say "master", are you talking about the master repository or about the master branch?
Dec
10
comment Context Menu key on Dell Inspiron 1720 Keyboard
Also works with Vista.
Dec
8
comment finding files with most links
This is all about symbolic links. ls -l will show you the number of hard links.
Dec
8
comment finding files with most links
What links are you talking about? Hard links, symlinks, html-links?
Dec
7
comment Running linux over Windows
The best way to familiarize yourself is simply by installing it and then make it work. A good distribution will work right of the box and to read the documentation, you don't even have to have a network connection.
Dec
7
comment Running linux over Windows
Why would you need Windows to read tutorials? You know that there are browsers and pdf readers on Linux?
Dec
4
comment Linux Command Line: Sort, Grep, Less commands
Indeed! well, duh!
Dec
4
comment Why has 'cat' this strange time behaviour?
What is the exact command line you are using?
Dec
4
comment Vim - how to substitute a word in-place?
I think that this is quite intuitive. First, yank the inner word, then visually select the inner word and paste. That's exactly what you would do with some visual editor using the mouse.
Dec
3
comment Vim - how to substitute a word in-place?
So maybe you shouldn't be using vim in the first place? Because typos might happen?
Dec
3
comment File synchronization between 3 places?
You want a change in one place to end up on the other two?
Nov
30
comment Linux Command Line: Sort, Grep, Less commands
You didn't use less here.