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My setup:

  • Lubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr
  • vim (with YouCompleteMe)
  • Dvorak Simplified Keyboard layout
  • tmux
  • gcc, gdb, gmake, valgrind, and premake
  • C, C++, OpenGL ES 2.0, and SDL 2.0

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comment How can I print text using any one of the 256 colors that the terminal allows?
I have tried LXTerm, Xterm, and the Linux terminal (both with and without tmux), and gotten the same result on all three. Are you sure that the Linux ttys themselves do not support 256 colors?
Jun
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comment How can I print text using any one of the 256 colors that the terminal allows?
I only get eight colors that way, though, and the terminal supposedly supports 256. Where did all of the other colors go?
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asked How can I print text using any one of the 256 colors that the terminal allows?
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comment How can I connect mail(1) to my Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail account?
Thanks for the link, but please refrain from link-only answers. If you have a link but not much else to say, then please create a comment.
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asked How can I connect mail(1) to my Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail account?
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Mar
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comment Capturing OS/hardware communication / reverse engineering drivers
Additionally, there is now a Reverse Engineering SE on Area 51. You might want to check that out.
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comment Capturing OS/hardware communication / reverse engineering drivers
You might want to contact the Nouveau developers, as a significant part of how they build the Nouveau drivers is to reverse-engineer the official, proprietary Nvidia ones.
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answered Is there something like wine to run OSX apps on linux?
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asked When was the concept of remote repositories invented?