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Oct
30
revised Sending text messages from Raspberry Pi via email fails
Progress made with @kobaltz help.
Oct
30
asked Sending text messages from Raspberry Pi via email fails
Oct
4
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
27
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
8
answered ssh xauth error Mac OS 10.6.3
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
11
accepted The 'real', 'user' and 'sys' description from time(1) differ when they shouldn't?
Aug
11
comment The 'real', 'user' and 'sys' description from time(1) differ when they shouldn't?
If you didn't notice, I link to that exact question at the beginning of my post. I'm pondering why in one of my cases the relation holds true and in the other it does not where only amount of data processed with dd changes.
Aug
11
asked The 'real', 'user' and 'sys' description from time(1) differ when they shouldn't?
Jun
2
accepted Resume recursive scp transfer (with rsync?)
Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
1
comment Resume recursive scp transfer (with rsync?)
This works too, as long as you include the -r =)
Jun
1
comment Resume recursive scp transfer (with rsync?)
Thanks. I didn't think this was working because it would begin listing all my files but I didn't realize that it was showing the "file transfer" which just mean noticing the file was up to date. Right were my transfer left off it picked up with real (slower) transfers.
Jun
1
asked Resume recursive scp transfer (with rsync?)
Apr
15
comment Vim-like keyboard input in all text fields in all programs
I followed some vimperator forums to vrome for chrome. I haven't gotten it to work, but for the sake of others there is an option.
Apr
15
comment Vim-like keyboard input in all text fields in all programs
I'll be checking vimperator for possible chrome extensions regularly. If I used Firefox, this would be awesome. It's a great start; thanks a lot!