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I am an aspiring full stack developer and software engineer and a Free Software advocate.

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comment Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
Awesome! Thanks. :)
Nov
30
accepted Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
Nov
29
comment Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
BTW the reason I want that is because some passwords (namely those that weren't imported from LastPass) have no information about them besides the password itself, so when there are a lot of those I dunno what it is a password for.
Nov
29
comment Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
That is certainly very simple, along the lines of what I was thinking. :) Just real quick, how would you add the filename before each file's content and then two lines between each file (for separation)? I'm not extremely familiar with shell scripting.
Nov
29
comment Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
@josten Yeah I'm thinking have something where it just goes through every file and it it gets the password and saves that somewhere. That's one way to do it. But not sure how...
Nov
28
asked Export passwords from the `pass` password manager
Oct
23
accepted Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Oct
23
comment Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Yup. Internet works after a reboot. Gonna accept now. ;P
Oct
23
comment Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Thanks for your answer. :) Indeed I don't want dhcpcd giving out that kind of information. Thanks. :)
Oct
23
asked Arch Linux: Should I keep the dhcpd service if I'm using connman?
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
Hi Kiwy, thanks for your help, finally getting to this. With "update the grub and restore the grub" you mean run grub-install and grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg as described here?
Mar
19
comment Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
@Kiwy I added all the info you asked for. Everything was run from Ubuntu except the last df -h which was run from Arch.
Mar
19
revised Removing Ubuntu from a dual-boot install
added Arch df -h output
Mar
17
accepted Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
Mar
16
comment Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
@jasonwryan thank you very much for your help. I'll note in the future that I use ArchBang. :)
Mar
16
comment Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux
@jasonwryan You are right. I am using ArchBang (IIRC). I had forgotten about that because my original intentions were to use vanilla Arch. Now I know this is not an issue in vanilla. :)
Mar
15
answered Auto-load B43 wifi card module in Arch Linux