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comment Chrome start page: no “Most Visited” nor “Apps”, just “Blank” wanted
It's not that I want Incognito, I'd just like not to show that I visit some medical sites or things like that often to anybody sitting behind me @ Starbucks? Sounds reasonable?
Oct
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comment Chrome start page: no “Most Visited” nor “Apps”, just “Blank” wanted
Yes, but the question is: who makes this? DarkByte? I don't trust "DARKbyte". How can I make sure it is not bad code or it will not be "software updated" with bad code some day just before I do Internet banking on Chrome? I shun installing software from unknown sources...
Oct
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asked Chrome start page: no “Most Visited” nor “Apps”, just “Blank” wanted
Oct
5
comment Script configuration of Thunderbird profile on multiple OS X machines
I edited the question. I cannot copy entire machines when I could just generate a few text files with IMAP server address, etc... I am surprised there is not admin toolkit from Mozilla? Or, is there?
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Oct
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comment Script configuration of Thunderbird profile on multiple OS X machines
Thanks! Upvoted. How about configuring user accounts too? I have starting passwords for all accounts (they can change the password later).
Oct
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revised Script configuration of Thunderbird profile on multiple OS X machines
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Oct
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asked Script configuration of Thunderbird profile on multiple OS X machines
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Oct
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comment Bash RegEx on OSX Vs Linux (oddities)
Thanks! That's it...
Oct
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accepted Bash RegEx on OSX Vs Linux (oddities)
Oct
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comment Bash RegEx on OSX Vs Linux (oddities)
Nice write-up!!
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asked Bash RegEx on OSX Vs Linux (oddities)
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accepted CHM e-book cover extraction
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Jun
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comment UNIX “find” command, match literal “dot”
I still voted you up in gratitude! ;) [I did specify I was on OSX in the original question...]
Jun
24
comment UNIX “find” command, match literal “dot”
Uh. Sorry, man. :(
Jun
24
comment UNIX “find” command, match literal “dot”
I guess if I don't turn on modern REs with -E, the command fails because of this: Obsolete (``basic'') regular expressions differ in several respects. `|' is an ordinary character and there is no equivalent for its functionality. (ref: man re_format on OSX)