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Infrastructure guy with the skills of a duck: flies, runs and swims; not very well but gets the job done ;)


Oct
16
reviewed No Action Needed Installing oh-my-zsh without git
Oct
9
reviewed No Action Needed How do you check if a variable equals text in C?
Oct
9
awarded  Custodian
Oct
9
reviewed No Action Needed Disable keyboard shortcuts in Thunderbird
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
29
comment What's with `-` in filename affecting sorting order depending on platform?
@choroba excelent comment. SF. look here unix.stackexchange.com/questions/78084/…
Aug
29
comment What's with `-` in filename affecting sorting order depending on platform?
Have you saved the file in different systems? Can it be a CRLF/LFCR discrepancy?
Aug
19
comment nVidia fail after update
Howdid it went?
Aug
19
comment Unable to ping CentOS virtualbox
@OP can you ssh from host to guest? Can you telnet port 22? Have you forwarded it?
Aug
19
comment nVidia fail after update
are you rebooting?
Aug
19
comment nVidia fail after update
Take a look here ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2099808 install the missing headers and give another try
Aug
18
comment nVidia fail after update
try the following: binarytides.com/install-nvidia-drivers-ubuntu-14-04 Also give me the output of step 5: 5. Verify the installation
Aug
14
comment nVidia fail after update
modrobe -r nvidia will stop the driver from being loaded.
Aug
11
comment nVidia fail after update
Log in rescue mode and remove Nvidia driver from loading and change xorg.conf
Aug
11
comment nVidia fail after update
take a look here: help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia
Aug
11
comment nVidia fail after update
try to install the nvidia-kernel package then modprobe nvidia or reboot. (not sure since I use arch)
Aug
5
answered How can I automatically interrupt what I'm doing to input something?
Aug
2
awarded  Yearling
Aug
1
comment Why are some files and folders hidden?
@Question Overflow well now its my opinion ahead. :) /etc/ are config files mostly which should be changed ie they are where the configurations are set.