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Jul
17
answered Where does gnome-session/gnome-shell store its configuration?
Jul
16
comment Write data to both a file and a serial port — can I use tee?
And to pipe write it back to another serialport you would cat ./serial-port | tee -a localcopy.txt | ./outgoing-serial-port ... I think the OP wants to do that.
Jul
16
answered X11 send notification to all users on all DISPLAY's
Jul
15
comment How to install a TP-LINK network adapter?
Yes it does. You need to learn a bit about Linux before you can start debugging it. You can try to press Alt+F2. You may get asked which command you want run. If that's the case enter xterm and hit enter. Then you will get a terminal. Also if you click through the applications installed on your machine there has to be some thing called "terminal" or "xterm" or something with "terminal" in its name. If nothing works hit Ctrl+Alt+F2. There you should be able to log with your normal username and password and have a terminal.
Jul
15
comment How to install a TP-LINK network adapter?
just out of curiousity: is the sundance module loaded and whats the dmesg output when it loads
Jul
15
comment How to install a TP-LINK network adapter?
What would you want to watch people while they are typing for? What else do you need help with? Installing packages? Creating a directory? Copying files? Opening a terminal? Changing directories? Running make?
Jul
15
answered How to install a TP-LINK network adapter?
Jul
14
answered Gnome-core on Debian
Jul
13
comment Can hardware be accessed directly from user space?
If you are not using specialized hardware and are only looking to get serial-ports and ethernet working, you probably don't need to access the hardware directly ...
Jul
13
answered Can hardware be accessed directly from user space?
Jul
12
answered How do I install Ubuntu/Mint on top of Debian?
Jul
12
answered Automatically open a remote desktop connection upon login
Jul
11
revised need explainations on this network route
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Jul
11
comment Makefile compiles unchanged files
Your problem is/was that you were using make incorrectly. If any dependency file has a newer timestamp than the target file (or the target file does not exist) a recipie is exectued. There are many ways to accomplish what you want and the most favourable is Emanuel's. There are implicit rules, or you can make the substitutions inside the recipie, or you simply touch $@.
Jul
11
answered Makefile compiles unchanged files
Jul
11
answered need explainations on this network route
Jul
7
comment How to create a fake device file that accepts input from a C program?
With data to the keyboard I mean data/bits being sent from your kernel to the actual device with the many keys and some leds. :-) So you are trying to get data to X. In that case uinput is exactly what you are looking for. Look for the toolchain to connect a wiimote to X. They use uinput to send keystrokes to X.
Jul
7
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Jul
7
comment Debian Squeeze as a router
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Jul
7
revised Debian Squeeze as a router
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