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comment In modern webbrowsers is there any point in putting www infront of a url that uses it?
@Celeritas oh joy. Go file some bugs at mozilla. Really, I suppose it could be construed a security issue to open a different link from what the user clicked. Meh.
Jan
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comment In modern webbrowsers is there any point in putting www infront of a url that uses it?
@Celeritas the first link is dead. If you get redirected, it's your browser doing you "favours"
Jan
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comment In modern webbrowsers is there any point in putting www infront of a url that uses it?
try vim.org vs. vim.org
Dec
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comment Linux sort all data in memory
@KevinCox You can just on-the-fly resize. On my systems I have sometimes done mount -o remount,size=24g /tmp - and voila :) You can also size back down (assuming you free the space first)
Sep
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comment Why is hibernation still used?
@JohannesKuhn buy a better browser :/ This should be a browser feature, obviously
Sep
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comment what's meaning of the following linux script
It's good that you ask before just running it. However, man add-apt-repository or googling node.js chris lea will tell you more than enough
May
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comment Vim - Adding empty line between lines
Precisely. I usually look for shorthands like :%norm o but it turns out this doesn't work as intended in the case of o. +1
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Mar
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answered utility “less” takes high cpu
Mar
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comment utility “less” takes high cpu
can you supply more details? are you viewing large files? Does the file have long lines? What options (-S? -R?) Is there a .lessrc? Are you showing line numbers? Which version of coreutils is this? What does type less say? What are the locale settings (try LANG=C less?) What is the terminal emulator? Are you working remotely (ssh/screen/tmux?) etc. etc.
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comment Is backwards redirection the same as a pipe?
What about... sort *? No useless use of cat, no useless use of indirection, shortest to type, easiest to think of, and I believe GNU sort will treat you to scalability optimizations for very large files (not so sure about that - half remembering something there)
Oct
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comment Xubuntu 12.04: Slow Login
Or Super User comes to mind
Sep
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comment Difference between folders
@Killercam Cheers. Visit the Lounge<C++> one day if you like a party of animals :)
Sep
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answered Difference between folders
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comment Why doesn't Gzip compression eliminate duplicate chunks of data?
+1 Wow, what a fountain of knowledge/experience there. Appreciated. May I add dedup enabled filesystems to the mix? ZFS (and, I think Btrfs is slated to have it) - would work with block aligned duplication