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comment Why does VLC superimpose an additional “shadow” image?
@slm Yep, please help me get a mod to migrate. Cheers. :)
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comment Why does VLC superimpose an additional “shadow” image?
I'm not sure whether SU or here is more appropriate. I decided to ask here because I'm running Fedora but please feel free to migrate if you think it's more suitable on SU.
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comment Is there a system command, in Linux, that reports the endianness?
Fedora 19 has this as well so someone might want to add it to the list.