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I am a passionate web developer specialising in responsive design and dynamic visualisations.

In my free time you'll likely catch me Reviewing Code or moderating the Raspberry Pi SE.


Jul
2
comment Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
The readme isn't too clear on what the database actually is.
Jul
2
comment Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
I'm guessing there's a database entry somewhere, but I can't seem to find the information that I want.
Jul
2
comment Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
I thought I had made it pretty obvious that using pacman wasn't viable. Otherwise I would have just used pacman.
Jul
2
comment Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
And if I can't use pacman?
Jul
2
comment Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
The reason I can't do this is that I'm attempting to install packages in a mounted Arch image of a different architecture without emulating it. Thus I cannot use pacman.
Jul
2
asked Can I make pacman aware of packages installed manually?
Jun
28
awarded  Student
Jun
28
comment How can I chroot into a filesystem with a different architechture?
Qemu static packages don't appear to be in the Arch repositories.
Jun
28
comment How can I chroot into a filesystem with a different architechture?
I know how to use Qemu for emulation. Apparently you can use it with chroot, although clearly I cannot work out how.
Jun
28
asked How can I chroot into a filesystem with a different architechture?
Jun
18
awarded  Supporter
Jun
17
comment How can I take a screenshot in LXDE using scrot and the Print Screen button on my keyboard?
@finnw In fact all you need to do is type openbox --reconfigure
Jun
17
comment How can I take a screenshot in LXDE using scrot and the Print Screen button on my keyboard?
@AndrewFogg That's the right place :)
Jun
17
answered How can I take a screenshot in LXDE using scrot and the Print Screen button on my keyboard?
Jun
16
comment Taking a screenshot (within X)
@AlexChamberlain: This is dependant on the WM that is being used.
Jun
16
answered Taking a screenshot (within X)
Jan
24
awarded  Autobiographer