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Dec
29
comment Recovering accidentally deleted files
Probably unsurprisingly -- I assume the same disk blocks have been reused -- this method did not work for a file which I accidentally overwrote, not accidentally deleted.
Nov
15
comment How does less know the terminal resolution?
@GarrettAlbright No, really, [t]csh sucks. We're your friends and we care about you. This is an intervention.
Jan
26
answered how to copy files from windows to linux witout password using a script or program?
Sep
22
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Sep
22
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Sep
22
revised USB Keyboard does not work with Grub
Added the name of the BIOS submenu where the option was found on my AMI BIOS.
Sep
22
suggested suggested edit on USB Keyboard does not work with Grub
Jul
20
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Jul
20
revised Make 'CTRL-/' behave the same in vtty and xterm
Use <kbd> markup.
Jul
20
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Jul
20
accepted Make 'CTRL-/' behave the same in vtty and xterm
Jul
20
comment Make 'CTRL-/' behave the same in vtty and xterm
Thanks! I have /etc/default/keyboard. I'm using XKBOPTIONS there, and I don't want to maintain a full separate keymap, so I'm looking for a more modular solution. Loading the keymap fragment you give above with sudo loadkeys <file with keymap fragment> works for the current session, and I guess I could run that from an init.d script.
Jul
20
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Jul
19
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Jul
18
asked Make 'CTRL-/' behave the same in vtty and xterm