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Aug
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Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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Oct
13
comment Downloading and installing KDE libraries on Kubuntu 12.04
@Karlson, after looking around a bit I found a way to let QtCreator know of the KDE dependencies. (I don't recall the details; sorry.) And then I tried running some rudimentary code samples from KDE Techbase. They worked except that I had to change all #include <KStuff> to #include <kstuff.h>. I wonder if I have an older version of KDE libs installed. Or maybe Techbase documentation is not up to date.
Oct
12
comment Downloading and installing KDE libraries on Kubuntu 12.04
@Karlson, I do not know enough to understand or answer that question.
Oct
2
comment How is the linux graphics stack organised?
Disagree about the last sentence, but a very information-rich answer. +1.
Oct
1
comment .lit reader for Linux
Awesome, Calibre worked. Thanks!
Oct
1
accepted .lit reader for Linux
Oct
1
comment .lit reader for Linux
I tried Microsoft Reader. It doesn't work. Unfortunately I am not aware of any other .lit readers for Windows either.
Oct
1
asked .lit reader for Linux
Sep
13
accepted Differences between Windows registry and UNIX/Linux approach
Sep
13
awarded  Editor
Sep
13
revised Differences between Windows registry and UNIX/Linux approach
deleted 16 characters in body; edited title
Sep
13
comment Differences between Windows registry and UNIX/Linux approach
@D_Bye, thank you. I will make an edit.
Sep
13
awarded  Scholar
Sep
13
comment Mounting ISO in Linux/KDE
This actually made Dolphin crash every time I right-clicked on something. Then I downloaded a service menu that provides a similar script and menus, and now everything works butter smooth. Thank you!
Sep
13
accepted Mounting ISO in Linux/KDE
Sep
13
awarded  Commentator
Sep
13
comment Differences between Windows registry and UNIX/Linux approach
@Sardathrion, and how is "inviting discussion" a bad thing? Perhaps the question clashes with community policy as it is phrased, but I am sure it can be objectively answered. As such I will appreciate help in rephrasing it. Apparently genuine curiosity is a bad thing to some people.
Sep
13
comment Differences between Windows registry and UNIX/Linux approach
@Sardathrion, how is "too many questions" a bad thing? Is it against the site policy?