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Aug
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accepted xrandr to set display to use single monitor, even if you have another monitor connected or disconnected
Aug
20
comment xrandr to set display to use single monitor, even if you have another monitor connected or disconnected
In all my googleing, I could not find a link that answered my specific question. @xpt, if you have some more to add, I will defiantly appreciate it.
Aug
20
comment xrandr to set display to use single monitor, even if you have another monitor connected or disconnected
@xpt, I can't accept my own answerers, and you blog is a pretty good answer. Please post some thing to get those 10 points from me.
Aug
19
answered xrandr to set display to use single monitor, even if you have another monitor connected or disconnected
Aug
19
asked xrandr to set display to use single monitor, even if you have another monitor connected or disconnected
Aug
19
comment Xorg/Xrandr Multiple Monitor (different resolution) - Position not set correctly
superuser.com/questions/485120/… this might help as well.
Aug
19
answered Xorg/Xrandr Multiple Monitor (different resolution) - Position not set correctly
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Jul
30
comment Is there a way to allow concurrent remote desktop users on XP without changing dlls?
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Jul
30
comment Is there a way to allow concurrent remote desktop users on XP without changing dlls?
Link no longer works.
Jul
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asked in i3wm how can I set the default layout for all works spaces
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Apr
22
revised in linux using bash how can I split a text file based on percentage
expanded answer to include better calculations to provide a more accurate line split. With out including the same lines in more then one file.
Apr
22
comment in linux using bash how can I split a text file based on percentage
SUP_PERCENT=$(printf %.2f $(echo "scale=4; 0.4/0.6" | bc -l)) I found the following helpful when doing the calculations in Linux
Apr
22
revised in linux using bash how can I split a text file based on percentage
added rounding in the calculation to get a more precise line split