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Jun
27
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
27
comment How to stop gnome from forcing me to logoff / logout?
Now in 3.16, if you alt-f4 after restarting gnome-shell from tty it will logout you even if gnome-shell is now fine, just like if you clicked on the "Log out" button.
May
22
comment Is it possible to mount a gzip compressed dd image on the fly?
Of course, but still the original question doesn't talk about a tar.gz. My point was to tell @TranslucentCloud this answer has no votes because it doesn't actually answer the question, it tells "you should have created a tar.gz instead"
May
21
comment Is it possible to mount a gzip compressed dd image on the fly?
I think it is because if you mount an archive like disk.img.gz on a folder with archivemount, say /mnt/, you would get a single file /mnt/disk.img, that you then have to mount elsewhere. The question instead wants something able to unwrap both in a single step (and archivemount seems capable to do that on .tar.gz, but not on gzipped raw images).
Feb
13
comment How do I install the latest version of Chromium in Debian Squeeze?
Well, every way of installing latest chromium on squeeze is going to need those dependencies. So your options are to keep squeeze version of chromium, drag all those dependencies from wheezy, or entirely upgrade to wheezy. squeeze is now oldstable, and in some months jessie will be the next stable. I heard that squeeze will be mantained by non-debian people for some time, but still if you are a desktop user (and if you aren't, I think you don't care about Chromium) you should really be using the latest stable.
Sep
28
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Oct
7
answered xfce4 netload plugin, monitor on all interfaces?
Apr
10
awarded  Editor
Apr
10
revised How do I install the latest version of Chromium in Debian Squeeze?
fix indentation to highlight code
Feb
22
awarded  Teacher
Feb
22
answered How do I install the latest version of Chromium in Debian Squeeze?