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bio website juliano.info
location Sao Paulo, Brazil
age 32
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
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Computer Science Bachelor, Software Engineer, Open Source enthusiast and Network Systems Administrator.

Jun
10
awarded  Caucus
Mar
10
answered How to mount a windows/samba windows share under Linux?
Feb
4
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
awarded  Yearling
Jul
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
15
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
7
awarded  Scholar
Sep
7
accepted Detailed sparse file information on Linux
Jun
12
comment Command for forcing a pointer ungrab (captured mouse release)
I started having this problem with Firefox 13, and a web search brought me to this question. Are you by any chance using the Tree Style Tabs extension? It seems to be some problem with dragging tabs.
Jan
5
comment Is there a shortcut in bash to delete the last segment of a path?
In zsh, you may need to add bindkey "^[^?" vi-backward-kill-word to your .zshrc.
Dec
29
comment What causes swap files to be created?
@JAM Generally no, it is a Vim feature. I doubt these files are being written directly from your program without you knowing, it doesn't make sense. It is much more probable that you are confused, these files are being created while you edit the files with Vim, and you are attributing them to your program.
Dec
29
answered What causes swap files to be created?
Sep
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
6
comment Make mistakenly thinks rule succeeded because of 0-sized file generated by output redirect
Yes, it is a good idea to keep partial files around for debugging, but that would complicate the solution a little. I added the bit about false, good.
Jul
6
revised Make mistakenly thinks rule succeeded because of 0-sized file generated by output redirect
added 12 characters in body
Jul
6
answered Make mistakenly thinks rule succeeded because of 0-sized file generated by output redirect
Jun
7
comment Is route add … the best way of directing traffic through a vpn
Honest question: Can't you just use the PPTP module of NetworkManager?
Jun
7
comment Prevent showing time stamp message when running “tar xzf”
Fix your system clock and timezone. Try NTP.