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bio website adam.brandizzi.com.br
location Brasilia, Brazil
age 29
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Jul 2 at 17:32

I am Brazilian software developer with experience in Java, Python and C and interested in a lot of other languages and technologies (such as Linux, Mac OS X etc.). I am also interested in English and German languages and literature. And I am apparently the last person to prefer CherryPy to any other Web framework.


Apr
1
comment VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
@JohnNicholas done. Note that you should edit the guest /etc/network/interfaces file.
Oct
24
comment How do you detach the 2nd screen from within another screen?
@chaos have you tested this? I tried it right now and, yes, C-t t d detaches the screen inside a screen. Can you try it? Just add escape ^Tt to your ~/.screenrc.
Oct
2
comment “tar --exclude-backups” does not exclude files with tilde at end
@Alex the ~a file is included, too. Anyway, I have just seen backup files with a tilde at the end for now...
Apr
24
comment VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
Ok, I added the output of the commands to the question.
Apr
23
comment VirtualBox: two network interfaces (NAT and host-only ones) in a Debian guest on Ubuntu
Well, they are separated (my NAT space is 10.0.2.0/24 and my NAT is 192.168.56.0/24).
Feb
2
comment How do you detach the 2nd screen from within another screen?
If you use another escape character just double the second escape key. For example, I use Control+t and so I should press Control+t t d.
Sep
19
comment Showing GNU screen session name and window title in shell prompt
Perfect! This is what I was looking for. BTW, there is a way to get the window title, instead of the window number?
Apr
25
comment Diacritics do not work in GTK+ applications running on Mac OS X Snow Leopard
Hi, penguin359! Both working and non-working apps use the "System" input method. In Inkscape, it is presented as "System (Simple)". Also, I've tried all other methods available in the popup menu and none worked.
Jan
31
comment Diacritics do not work in GTK+ applications running on Mac OS X Snow Leopard
I got the first option: 'a
Dec
14
comment Discovering the number of running and blocked processes in Mac OS X
I'll use ps + fgrep + wc. Thank you all for your help! Anyway, if one has a more efficient and safe way to do it, I'd like to know!
Dec
13
comment Discovering the number of running and blocked processes in Mac OS X
So, a process in Uninterruptible Sleep is equivalent to a Linux' blocked process (I mean, a process with is waiting some operation, such as I/O)?
Dec
13
comment Discovering the number of running and blocked processes in Mac OS X
I cogitated about counting the number of likes in ps aux output, but I was not sure it lists all processes. Is it so?