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comment What is the maximum amount of ram a 64bit machine can theoretically address?
the amount of nitrogen gas that would boil to would pose a safety risk to the great people of Seattle
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revised What is the maximum amount of ram a 64bit machine can theoretically address?
typo in conclusion
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answered Why arrow keys are not recommended in Vim
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comment Are there any autocompletion plugins for vim?
I'm not aware of a plugin that makes autocomplete pop up without interaction, sorry :(. <c-x><c-o> only works for things that vim has been explicitly told how to support. By default I think it can only do a couple of minor things, and stuff like CSS completion, but if you want something like Eclipse there are a couple of vim plugins that try to provide that for you.
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answered What is the maximum amount of ram a 64bit machine can theoretically address?
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accepted How can I add hotkeys mapped to items of the context (right-click) menu of several different web browsers?
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asked How do you map a solo press of a modifier key to its own function or mapping on Windows?
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comment Get two-finger scroll on Windows laptop touchpad (like on macbook)?
The two-fingerscroll project you linked to works perfectly on Lenovo T420 laptops running windows 7. The smooth scroll behaves almost identical to the constant feedback you get on a Mac.
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comment Is it possible to safely get data off a hard drive thats a member of a mdadm-mounted RAID1 array via USB?
My concern with turning it on again is that the power supply makes this weird sound. Going only off of third-person anecdotes-- this is a bad thing. Also going off third-person anecdotes-- a bad power supply can fry other components in a computer. The network-based transfer would be great, and it's what I've been using to get data on and off of the computer for years, but under these specific circumstances I'd rather not risk destorying the hard drives just because I was too lazy to put a drive in a SATA adapter.
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comment Is it possible to safely get data off a hard drive thats a member of a mdadm-mounted RAID1 array via USB?
The server is already down, so the other drive won't be live while I'm pulling data off through USB.