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Oct
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comment Linux: Should I resist temptation to delete files in /tmp?
Ahhh... I see. I put in some of the temps, and 'forgot' to clean them out. I didn't know a reboot was the cleaner--I reboot rarely, that explains the accumulation of my own mess.
Oct
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comment Do text based browsers reduce network traffic?
I like this answer also. The wget inspection was interesting.
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answered How to properly convert a PDF to Mobi with Calibre?
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comment How do I fork a process that doesn't die when shell exits?
Found this while trolling to fix an issue of my own. The (setsid emacs &) worked for me. Thanks for a well written answer.
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comment Hide some functions from display in PG Admin III
Thanks Horse.. that's what I did based on your suggestion. Worked great. It moved 23 functions out of the way, out of the main schema. I only had to change a few lines of code to add the schema name to the function calls. Also, it occurred to me that this is just good house keeping by separating core functions from functions I use daily for special projects. If you had this as an answer--I'd check the box.
Jan
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comment Hide some functions from display in PG Admin III
Thanks. Tried that. It hides ALL the functions. I'm trying to hide the only the functions of the add-on modules.