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OH GOD HOW DID IT GET HERE, I AM NOT GOOD WITH COMPUTER!

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May
1
asked How to encode huge FLAC files into MP3 and other files like AAC?
Apr
21
comment Best file system for removable media
I wrote a whole article about it on my hate blag: polemon.posterous.com/fs-fuss-on-flash-drives
Apr
19
accepted Filesystems other than UDF and ISO9660 on CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray
Apr
19
accepted When is exFAT coming to Linux?
Apr
19
accepted What firmware works with a D-Link DIR-600?
Apr
19
accepted D-Link DI-624 H/W ver. D: Flashing OpenWrt
Mar
14
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
mplayer2 (mplayer2.org) seemed like the best option. I just compiled it, and it plays CD-DA flawlessly!
Mar
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
28
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
I talked to an mplayer developer. He confirmed mplayer only uses libcdparanoia, there is no support for libcdio. He said, that feature is poorly tested, since hardly anyone uses it.
Feb
28
accepted Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
Feb
27
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
Since I don't feel like compiling mplayer myself, what program would you suggest to use for CDDA playback?
Feb
26
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
Well, filesize... I want to listen to audio CDs, not files on the CD. I'd have to cache the whole CD in this case.
Feb
26
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
@ByteNudger libcdda_paranoia.so.0 => /usr/lib64/libcdda_paranoia.so.0 (0x0000003420200000) I used ldd, should be alright.
Feb
22
comment Choppy audio CD playback with mplayer
@ByteNudger erm, I don't know, I didn't set anything specific, just ran it like I described in my 1st post.
Feb
22
comment Quick directory navigation in the terminal
@PeerStritzinger Bash introduced that kind of functionality in BASH 4.0, but compared to zsh, it is still quite far behind. Saying "all the same" is certainly incorrect.
Feb
8
answered Quick directory navigation in the terminal
Feb
7
comment How to list console and kernel fonts?
setfont was a good idea. I got everything I need to know by now, through trial and error...
Feb
6
comment How to list console and kernel fonts?
If you must know, it's Fedora 16
Feb
6
comment Filesystems other than UDF and ISO9660 on CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray
Well, UDF has optimizations for hard drives as well. I haven't seem them being used on hard drives in the wild, though.
Feb
6
comment How to list console and kernel fonts?
Not what I'm looking for. I want to list the fonts that are used in the text console, I don't talk about fonts used in graphical environments. Not to mention boot process.