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bio website keliom.com
location Zagreb, Croatia
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I’m interested in programming, AI, Linux, computer hardware, science, system administration, evolutionary algorithms, compilers, and networking. Outside of computer science I enjoy reading, and watching good movies.

I know C, Python, JavaScript, C++, Java, and Scala.

I’m learning Go and Haskell.

keliom.com - blog
jancorazza.com - personal site


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comment Linux and CPU usage
So that's what load average means. Thanks. I was always too lazy to look it up, and I never needed that number...
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comment Linux and CPU usage
I didn't know a CPU had states ;_; Then yeah, this is completely obvious, it's weird how I didn't presume something like that. (In fact I did, I had a much more elaborate version of the question where I speculated what could be going on, one of my guesses was that Linux dynamically adjusts CPU frequency - which is kind of similar to load/idle except instead of being binary it's a scale).
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Dec
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comment Two “Audio codecs” have 100% power usage in PowerTOP - what does this mean?
Edited, I meant that my battery lasts a very short time (<1hr), and that it used to last longer (multiple hours). It could be either that it's permanently damaged, or that it's being drained by something - possibly this (actually this sounds kind of impossible, but that's why it's just a speculation).
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Oct
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comment How am I supposed to edit files on a network with Vim?
@terdon Oh, neat, thanks.
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comment How am I supposed to edit files on a network with Vim?
@GregHewgill yeah, I know, I wrote the question on my phone while moving so I left some stuff out unintentionally. goldilocks, I open and close files all the time. Navigate the filesystem too and open from there. Appending a URL+path was more cumbersome than just "being there".
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accepted How am I supposed to edit files on a network with Vim?
Oct
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comment How am I supposed to edit files on a network with Vim?
I was referring to this option when I said: "This has the benefit of not having to deal with cumbersome syntax of opening files from a remote server over SCP, and, more importantly, being able to really quickly navigate the server's filesystem" This way seems very limited to me.