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Obviously the algorithm didn't work out, and I don't have time to develop a new one


Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
21
comment Setup PPTP VPN connection with no GUI
It's easy to configure pppd profile, try google about pppd.
Sep
21
comment Command to display first few and last few lines of a file
What's global conditions, and doesn't head and tail works for you?
Sep
21
comment Short talk on Linux
@Shagun just hit on the 'delete'
Sep
21
reviewed Leave Open How do I get non-anemic colours?
Sep
21
reviewed Close Short talk on Linux
Sep
21
comment Desktop switching in KDE when I start an application in another acitivity
Feel free to fire a bug report on bugs.kde.org, you're likely to find thousands reports there...
Sep
21
comment How do I install drjava in linux from terminal?
@pyler answer updated
Sep
21
revised How do I install drjava in linux from terminal?
added 428 characters in body
Sep
21
answered How do I install drjava in linux from terminal?
Sep
20
comment Find word in sentence with Bourne Shell (sh)
Your title was sh, but your script was running by bash. Which one?
Sep
20
reviewed Close cron logging but not working on some commands
Sep
20
comment Does quiesce exist for Linux?
Feel free to suggest a wiki tag unix.stackexchange.com/edit-tag-wiki/2294, since you know about it
Sep
20
revised Does quiesce exist for Linux?
edited tags
Sep
19
answered pulseaudio suddenly stopped working?
Sep
19
revised Can't find smbfs package in Debian Wheezy
edited title
Sep
19
comment How to permanently connect to WPA2AES wifi with OpenBSD (through cli)
wpa_supplicant doens't work for you?
Sep
19
comment Is it possible to keep a FreeBSD system up to date (base system + packages) using only binaries?
freebsd-update allow you to rollback if things doesn't went right
Sep
19
reviewed Looks OK How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
Sep
19
comment How to tell of whether the kernel parameter [passed at command line] is a valid kernel parameter?
Valid? Looks like you just want to tell if it's actually used by kernel? If your see it in /proc/cmdline, it's being used, but whether it effects is unknown.