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I am currently a software developer at a large market research company at an undisclosed location which rhymes with Newark.


Aug
10
accepted (Probably) trivial question about rmdir
Aug
10
comment (Probably) trivial question about rmdir
@EricR Why f? Doesn't the f option go up? I don't think I'd want that.
Aug
10
comment (Probably) trivial question about rmdir
Solved by doing rm -r test* but I still want to know what's wrong. :-)
Aug
10
asked (Probably) trivial question about rmdir
Aug
5
comment copy from buggy application
Done, I appreciate it.
Aug
5
answered copy from buggy application
Aug
4
comment copy from buggy application
if you can select by shift+arrows then try copying with ctrl+Insert and pasting with Shift + Insert.
Aug
4
comment Problem downloading youtube video
It is outdated for the html5 player. It should still work for videos on the old flash player.
Aug
4
comment Problem downloading youtube video
That script is outdated and no longer works.
Aug
4
comment OSX terminal stopped working?
I stand corrected. I haven't used OSX since leopard.
Aug
3
comment How to launch emacs GUI on OS X
If it works, please accept the answer.
Aug
3
comment OSX terminal stopped working?
To add to Daniel's answer, the proper default for $PATH in OSX is /usr/bin
Aug
3
accepted Where are man pages stored in Ubuntu?
Aug
3
asked Where are man pages stored in Ubuntu?
Aug
2
comment Error installing TuneUp
Which other programs have you tried it on, and have you tried it on anything else that was recently uninstalled?
Aug
2
answered Is there a VGA to Thunderbolt adapter that supports Lion?
Aug
2
comment Windows 7 fails to start in any mode. What to do?
I wouldn't say so either, but as I said, you may need to if you need the machine.
Aug
1
answered How to launch emacs GUI on OS X
Jul
31
comment “Reset” colors of terminal after ssh exit/logout
if you're using GNOME, I'm assuming you run linux. I use Ubuntu, but I'm guessing the process is pretty similar across the distros. You can backup the file then open it in a text editor and edit the contents starting at the line that says PS1=. You can find information at novell.com/coolsolutions/tools/17142.html. It tells you more than you ever wanted to know about the .bashrc file.
Jul
31
answered “Reset” colors of terminal after ssh exit/logout