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Dec
20
accepted Is there a way to copy the Ubuntu desktop menu or parts of it between computers?
Dec
20
comment Is there a way to copy the Ubuntu desktop menu or parts of it between computers?
Aren't there any user files in the user's home directories? I thought that menu files customised by a user will be in the user's home directory.
Dec
20
asked Is there a way to copy the Ubuntu desktop menu or parts of it between computers?
Dec
16
revised Two network adapters in one WindowsXP PC, how to make them work?
updated my answer with some discoveries
Dec
16
comment Two network adapters in one WindowsXP PC, how to make them work?
@laurent Thats interesting, I didn't know that. It may come in handy sooner than I think.
Dec
16
answered Two network adapters in one WindowsXP PC, how to make them work?
Dec
16
answered Where is the about:config box in Thunderbird 17?
Dec
16
comment Where is the about:config box in Thunderbird 17?
I found it but I am running on Linux and that info is outdated.
Dec
16
accepted How do you launch an SSH connection with port forwarding without interrupting your screen access?
Dec
16
asked Where is the about:config box in Thunderbird 17?
Oct
26
awarded  Commentator
Oct
26
comment How do you launch an SSH connection with port forwarding without interrupting your screen access?
I think I have to explain myself better. It is all being done from the same window/screen automatically. I shouldn't have to switch to another Window or screen. Both the SSH command and the Mysql command should run from the same command line without switching.
Oct
25
comment How do you launch an SSH connection with port forwarding without interrupting your screen access?
I am running Linux via SSH. It isn't Windows
Oct
25
asked How do you launch an SSH connection with port forwarding without interrupting your screen access?
Oct
3
accepted Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
Oct
3
revised Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
fixed grammar
Oct
3
revised Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
updated the question with some discoveries
Oct
3
revised Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
improved formatting
Oct
3
asked Is there some way Linux editors can tell the programming language without the file extension?
Mar
23
comment What tools exist for monitoring the CPU and memory utilization of Firefox?
Memory and XUL Profiler aren't compatible with FF11 and don't seem to have been updated for a long time.