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Physics Student at the University of Antwerp

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Oct
16
revised Tuning keyboard (dead key) functionality in X
removed explicit GNOME dependence of the question: it applies to X in general
Oct
16
suggested approved edit on Tuning keyboard (dead key) functionality in X
Sep
30
comment Tuning keyboard (dead key) functionality in X
I have the same issue here on KDE. The proposed solutions are all insufficient as they involve more keypresses than I'd like.
Sep
29
revised How can I get the same keyboard (dead key) behavior in X as on the virtual consoles?
edited tags
Sep
29
asked How can I get the same keyboard (dead key) behavior in X as on the virtual consoles?
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Sep
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comment Any reason NOT to run Linux in a VM all the time?
"large compiles" actually still work faster in a VM than in Windows. This even for GCC on Linux vs MSVC on Windows.
Aug
13
accepted executing binary file: file not found
Aug
13
comment executing binary file: file not found
I have submitted a reopen request to the Arch bug tracker. This modification is IMHO against Arch philosophy by design, and as we both know, very much incompatible with vanilla Linux/glibc/GCC installs.
Aug
13
comment executing binary file: file not found
well, as this is a package meant for redistributing, such a symlink is not really in my control. I thought Linux binaries would be more portable... guess not.
Aug
12
comment executing binary file: file not found
Wow, ok. This kind of sucks. I can't think of a decent way to work around this problem (and keep building on Arch). Do you have any brilliant ideas?
Aug
11
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Aug
11
comment executing binary file: file not found
That would have been nice, if this was the case. See update :(
Aug
11
revised executing binary file: file not found
added more details
Aug
11
comment executing binary file: file not found
@tripledes type, and corrected.