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comment Linux: Getting date & time of system startup
Unfortunately this doesn't work: the mtime on those folders can change for other reasons (I have a system here that has a 5 day uptime and the mtime of /proc/1 is 25 minutes ago)
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comment HDMI with resolution 2560 x 1440 possible?
The link there is an NVidia specific hack to make the graphics card drive the HDMI output at a higher resolution than the monitor is advertising. Really useful to know it's possible. Looking at my xorg logs in Linux when connecting to a U2711, I see that the EDID information is indicating the max res as 1920x1080, so no well behaved graphics card is ever going to let you set 2560x1440 -- a per-driver hack is needed to make it work.
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asked Make a dock icon always open a new window in OS X?
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