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location Beirut, Lebanon
age 20
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen Sep 26 at 22:10

Enthusiast developer and FOSS supporter

What I do/like to do:

  • JLyr; Android Lyrics Application
  • wxpos; Python Point-of-Sale Application
  • coinbox; And another POS software, though much better ;)
  • Other Stuff; Some game solvers, because computers love games too!

And I'll leave this here.


Dec
8
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
4
awarded  Yearling
Feb
3
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
10
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
19
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
21
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
20
accepted How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
Feb
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
16
revised How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
added details
Jul
16
revised How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
updated with experiments
Jul
16
awarded  Commentator
Jul
16
comment How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
I turned off Windows update, so that should not be a problem :D, I'll try this. From what I saw, it seems like this does the same thing as grub-reboot. I'm editing my question with more detail. Thanks anyway.
Jul
16
asked How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
Jul
11
comment Can I have different desktop directories on different workspaces on Gnome?
I have come up with a Cinnamon extension that changes the symlink of ~/Desktop. However, Nautilus needs to be restarted or the desktop refreshed. The first option is NOT an option (in case other windows are open), and the second cannot be accomplished via code, so I gave up. Thanks for the tip anyway :)
Jul
10
revised How can I run a script that starts before my login screen?
updated with solution
Jul
10
awarded  Supporter
Jul
10
awarded  Scholar
Jul
10
accepted How can I run a script that starts before my login screen?
Jul
10
comment How can I run a script that starts before my login screen?
Actually, disregard the last comment. I redirected the xinput command to that file, and it seems I had added a space to the device name which made the calibration not work. You were 100% correct :) Thanks again.