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Jul
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answered How can I specify a different disk to be root in grub.cfg when running grub-mkconfig (from script/noninteractively)?
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accepted How can I specify a different disk to be root in grub.cfg when running grub-mkconfig (from script/noninteractively)?
Jul
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asked How can I specify a different disk to be root in grub.cfg when running grub-mkconfig (from script/noninteractively)?
Jun
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answered How to run OSS dependent application? “/dev/dsp”
May
13
comment What is the Windows equivalent of Wget?
here is an updated link: sites.google.com/site/visualwget/… (the downloads are at the bottom of the page, use the little arrows on the right)
Jul
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comment Is it possible to download using the Windows command line?
This looks like the kind of tool the OP was looking for, but it is not a standard part of a Windows install, you have to install it separately. Useful tool though.
Feb
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comment Add panel to secondary monitor on Ubuntu 10.04
One thing to be aware of with this: you need to drag the panel itself, not any of the icons or applets in it. Sometimes applets and icons will fill up the whole panel. I exposed a little bit of my panel by middle-clicking one of my launcher icons and dragging it to the side. Then I could ALT-Click or right click, or whatever in that little empty space left behind.