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Oct
5
comment Confused with gtk3-engines-xfce Debian Jessie Xfce
Are you not seeing the themes installed with the engine (the Xfce-something themes) ? Or are you confused about what is a theme engine ? Is your question about using the engine in your own themes ? Theme engines are also deprecated and ignored in themes since GTK+ 3.14
Sep
27
answered How to effectively add a file to the args list for vim from within vim?
Sep
20
comment Is systemd “malicious”?
Have you read the Adoption and reception part of that Wikipedia article ? It has references to multiple articles on why some people don't like it.
Sep
7
comment what is the difference between mounting via command line and using GUI?
The first screenshot shows the user mayank as having read and write permissions on all files and execute permissions on all directories, so it is not clear what your problem is. On the second screenshot everyone is allowed to modify or delete everything and all files are executable, which is very bad practice.
Aug
29
comment SOLVED No SSH while logged off locally
This is wrong. You just need the internet connection, you don't have to be logged in.
Aug
6
awarded  Civic Duty
Aug
5
answered Is it possible to start programs (saved in the menu) from the terminal?
Jul
24
revised Getting xmonad to show name of current workspace in xmobar
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Jul
22
comment Getting xmonad to show name of current workspace in xmobar
Yes, that's because statusBar also added the manageDocks and avoidStruts functions from the XMonad.Hooks.ManageDocks module for you. Edited.
Jul
22
revised Getting xmonad to show name of current workspace in xmobar
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Jul
21
answered Getting xmonad to show name of current workspace in xmobar
Jul
12
comment I have a Logitech G600 mouse that is listed twice on xinput list (as in same name and properties). How do I update this .conf to reflect that?
Your supposition is wrong, MatchIsPointer "yes" means this section will apply to all mice.
Jun
17
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Jun
8
comment Dig faster than speed of light, Possible?
A similar question was asked on SuperUser and received an incredible amount of upvotes.
May
17
comment Change hidraw device from mouse to joystick
Oh. Sorry, my eyes glitched here, I thought the PID matched, for some reason. The VID/PID also need to be in the hid_have_special_driver array in hid-core.c. But the two devices supported by this driver don't work exactly the same way, and your device may also be different from those. It may not work out of the box just by adding its PID.
May
10
answered Change hidraw device from mouse to joystick
May
9
comment Change hidraw device from mouse to joystick
What does lsusb -v says about the device ?
May
8
comment impossible to install xmonad-contrib using cabal
If you installed xmonad and contrib with apt, why do you want to reinstall it with cabal ? You should probably not mix and match packages from different sources, they could have different versions. This is what the thread you linked says.
May
6
answered Can you assign arbitrary keybindings in xmonad?
Apr
1
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