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Stop never-ending popup alerts in FireFox
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perhaps the 'NoScript' plugin could help. Ban the site and the script won't be executed at all

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Motherboard with DVI, VGA and HDMI : How many can I use at once?
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it depends on the number of provided sync clocks. Most common is 2 out of all provided connectors, one digital and one analog. But there are also solutions out there where either only one output at ...

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Command-line video concatenation and recompression?
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mencoder, transcode and ffmpeg are your friends (amongst others) you could also use vlc in CLI mode (AFAIK uses ffmpeg) or mplayer (mencoder)

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How to change prompt in jailshell
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AFAIK jailshell reads .bashrc so man bash is your friend

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Windows-style, terminal based, text editor for linux
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a quick scan in the web revealed: diakonos, nano and jed all are OpenSource

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Should I use NUMA or SMP with Vista 64-bit?
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Last question first: Yes, Vista does support NUMA (XP professional already did) In most cases it is beneficial to use the hardwares' native memory mode. 'Optimal' memory bandwidth and latentcy is the ...

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Multi-Monitor with multiple computers
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on windows I use VNC, on X I use x2x, on mixed bags x2vnc.

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HDMI to DVI audio problem
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especially if you have a recent ATI gfx card (>HD3000) the chip got it's own audio device to be able to provide audio (you should see a 2nd audio device). This integrated only works with the DVI to ...

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One notebook core 'disappeared'
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Are sure that your NB contains a MK-36... It's a single core CPU- so no wonder why only one core is reported. Did you do a BIOS update? If you are paranoid you should check, whether it's really your ...

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How to fix Windows 7 jumpy display?
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did you upgrade or a new install? try deinstall of all ATI driver components and reinstall after a reboot. maybe you have to use a registry cleaner in between if the first attempt wasn't successful. ...

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Super slow hard drive in windows install
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perhaps the file system size is too big for XP (assume 32bit) I've seen NTFS performance go down on large sizes (though I had not that big filesystems, yet)

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Why does Windows 7 have accelerator key combinations that cannot be used?
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Just press A and Enter for point 8. Or press Menu (left to the right Ctrl) as 7. and A as 8.

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How do I disable Num Lock in Linux?
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xmodmap is your friend here: The xmodmap program is used to edit and display the keyboard modifier map and keymap table that are used by client applications to convert event keycodes into ...

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Software to find duplicate folders (by name) and consolidate their contents
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for that purpose I alwasy have an USB stick with me where LiberKey is installed at. LiberKey contains all kind of apps and tools helpful for visits at friends and parents. On there is very good ...

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forwarding /var/usr/emails/dave to other emails
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I would say the .forward file might be your friend. Or set up a mail account in your favorite mailbrowser for local mail access for maintainance

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can't disable anti-aliasing on second monitor on Vista (Lenovo ThinkPad T500 2055)
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I would contact ATI and file a bug. Seems to be the driver...

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How to open PDF's with Open Office?
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The success of the import heavily depends on the documents complexity, have a look at oo-wiki pages. PDF import is beta v 0.4 at the moment

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Synergy Linux Keyboard '@' Problem
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pobably a keycode translation problem. Have a look at the synergy configuration. You should use the same language settings as locally

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xmonad hotkey to span monitors
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maybe you want to look into the xinerama option

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What options do I have for benchmarking software?
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on linux it is phoronix test suite. It makes a lot of different workloads available and there is also a life CD image

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Hardware upgrade to help video transcoding/streaming
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Why don't you just use the computing resources your GPU got. Don't know about nVidia but ATI delivers stream libraries to do the transcoding stuff on GPU whith almost no leftovers for the CPU. That's ...

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