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bio website mtxlab.us
location Italy
age 18
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seen Oct 18 at 15:44

I've been passionate about "Make" since I was a child, I like LEGO very much. I used computer for the first time when I was 10 and now it's my primary occupation.

I like looking at the things I use daily and ask myself questions such as “How it is made?”, “How does it work?”, or "Could I do it better?". Something that "just works" isn't good enough for me. I always want to do the best with everything I use or develop.

Maniacal attention to detail is one of my strengths, but also flaws sometimes.

I like learning and love coding.


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comment Record every keystroke and store in a file
awk result is /bin/sh: 1: xmodmap: not found. What should I do?
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What should I do if I get this error message? "unable to find device --root"
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Me too, he deserve +50, but unfortunatelly I haven't finished tests with his solution.
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@Gilles in a GUI (X11) session, everything I type. Xinput is good, but is there a default UNIX tool to perform this?
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