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May
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awarded  Famous Question
Feb
28
revised How to get VIM to display 256 colors properly
I'm going to be honest here, I haven't gotten around to doing that and I have no plans to so removing.
Sep
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
10
revised vim - how can i do a 'change word' using the current paste buffer
Fixed egregious mistake of vaw instead of viw and mented @tlos comment
Feb
11
comment What does the search flag 'z' do in VIM?
Bah! Good call I definitely spaced on looking through the docs there. I was doing :help z (no colon).
Feb
11
accepted What does the search flag 'z' do in VIM?
Feb
11
asked What does the search flag 'z' do in VIM?
Dec
29
comment Gentoo: Display stays black after inactivity (ThinkPad T60p, ATI FireGL)
You can also just copy over a kernel of the LiveCD you're using. I use sysrescuecd which has its kernel in /mnt/cdrom/isolinux/rescuecd (Been a while not entirely sure). Don't forget to modify the boot manager with an entry that uses the new kernel.
Dec
23
comment Gentoo: Display stays black after inactivity (ThinkPad T60p, ATI FireGL)
In that case I suggest pulling a binary debian kernel first from portage with echo "sys-kernel/debian-sources binary" >> /etc/portage/package.use; emerge debian-sources. That command is for funtoo but should work on gentoo. If that works its probably something in your kernel configuration. funtoo.org/…
Dec
20
comment Gentoo: Display stays black after inactivity (ThinkPad T60p, ATI FireGL)
Do you "manually" build your kernel or do you use genkernel?
Dec
12
revised How to find out which file is currently opened in vim?
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Dec
12
comment How to find out which file is currently opened in vim?
Like a lot of vim commands this also applies to the less command which I use when viewing files as opposed to editing.
Dec
12
answered How to find out which file is currently opened in vim?
Nov
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awarded  Nice Question
Nov
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comment Why a sleep 300 (5 minutes) can last several hours some time?
Don't know why the script might be off and that's an interesting question by itself. However, if you're trying to schedule a script to run on an interval you should use osx's launchd. nathangrigg.net/2012/07/schedule-jobs-using-launchd
Sep
12
comment Why should I build a custom kernel?
One reason is to disable builtin's and modules that you don't need to speed up boot time and space (not as much an issue)
Aug
29
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Aug
29
reviewed Approve vim - how can i do a 'change word' using the current paste buffer
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