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


Mar
18
revised What is the “kernel build”, and where do I get it?
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Mar
18
suggested suggested edit on What is the “kernel build”, and where do I get it?
Mar
17
revised sort lines according to day
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Mar
11
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Feb
19
reviewed No Action Needed Can I pipe stdout on one server to stdin on another server?
Feb
18
comment How to compile a downloaded .zip file
@Anthon he can use the webpage interface to download the whole lib as a zip bundle. Running ./configure && make Should do the compilation trick.
Jan
30
comment Why is my keyboard typing the wrong letters?
@Village can you post the contents of your xorg.conf file? Also I have the feeling this has to do with gtk or qt input configs I've experienced it before.
Jan
29
comment How to remove all software
@MartinvonWittich thanks ;)
Jan
29
comment How to remove all software
@FrozenHeart give us the output of 'cat /etc/issue'
Jan
29
comment How to remove all software
This will mostly certain brake his system! I strongly discourage doing it!
Jan
29
comment How to remove all software
This command will remove all which can be deleted. Do you want to comeback to the base install having just apt installed?
Jan
29
answered How to remove all software
Jan
22
comment Arch-Linux: Chrome first start takes about 15 seconds
the report I provided you is from version 32.0.1685.0 so this might still be an open issue.
Jan
22
comment Arch-Linux: Chrome first start takes about 15 seconds
Seems to be a kown bug: code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=314188 Which version of chrome are you using?
Jan
22
comment Arch-Linux: Chrome first start takes about 15 seconds
Call chrome from a terminal and give us the output log of the program invocation so we can have more clues.
Jan
22
suggested suggested edit on Arch-Linux: no boot messages
Jan
21
comment Can I force Linux to boot its initializations parallel?
Take a look here: linux.org/threads/init-and-its-alternatives.4876
Jan
21
comment Can I force Linux to boot its initializations parallel?
Take a look on systemd : wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/systemd From the main description: systemd is a system and service manager for Linux, compatible with SysV and LSB init scripts. systemd provides aggressive parallelization capabilities, uses socket and D-Bus activation for starting services, offers on-demand starting of daemons, keeps track of processes using Linux control groups, supports snapshotting and restoring of the system state, maintains mount and automount points and implements an elaborate transactional dependency-based service control logic.
Jan
17
comment Configure eth1 to stop using dhcp
Well please post the contents of your config gile. Notice I've used eth0 as device on my example, did ou replace it by eth1?
Jan
17
answered Configure eth1 to stop using dhcp