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comment How do I prevent a page from hijacking my Pentadactyl navigation keys?
What I want to know is, if there is a way to disable these webby key-board short-cuts from within firefox.
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comment How do I prevent a page from hijacking my Pentadactyl navigation keys?
I have this problem as well, with vimperator. Sometimes when I alt+tab back to my browser, vimperator's bindings won't "kick-in" right away. If I am on a tab with github, or facebook, for example, their key-board shortcuts will be available to me. In this case, when I go to hit 't' for new tab, I will instead get some garbage I don't want.
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comment How to store passwords
This is an overreaction. Maybe you could have said "never write down passwords that would hurt you if they were to fall into the wrong hands. EVER!".
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accepted Can we run linux in something faster than RAM?
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comment Can we run linux in something faster than RAM?
When I first read this comment I saw, "Linux, or any other OS dies not knowing how the RAM works." Your breakdown is a good one: I think I had no illusions that this would be "better". I just wondered whether it could be done.
Mar
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comment Can we run linux in something faster than RAM?
This is insightful! Why would I clumsily stuff what I think is important into the L3 Cache when I could let an army of geniuses determine the optimal thing to do, and program a CPU to do that optimal thing. Right?
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asked Can we run linux in something faster than RAM?
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accepted Use imagemagic to put several JPG on one page
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comment Use imagemagic to put several JPG on one page
This was great! We used montage *.jpg -tile 3x3 -geometry 1000 assembly.pdf to get 9 high quality images per page. We tried it on a sample of 30 images or so, and it worked like a charm! Then we tried to run the full 400 images and... my computer started chirping and seizing, and it consumed 95% of the ram. Eventually we got the message "killed" in the terminal... probably we'll have to run this in batches! :) Anyway, thanks man! I'm going to read the docs in detail, because imagemagick seems like supreme command-line sorcery.
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asked Use imagemagic to put several JPG on one page
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