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I work with computers


Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Nov
20
answered cinnamon-screensaver and lock settings not visible in settings panel
Oct
24
comment Problem while install ubuntu 12.04.3-server
Have you tried the troubleshooting tips already? help.ubuntu.com/lts/installation-guide/i386/…
Jun
6
comment Cinnamon randomly loses theming
Are you using the Intel i915 driver?
May
31
comment Can I stop Linux from listening to a USB input device as a keyboard, but still capture events with a program?
Cheap Faraday cage? Maybe there's a lot of RF in the area.
Feb
22
awarded  Yearling
Feb
1
answered View all user's printing jobs from the command line
Jan
7
answered The key codes for Caps Lock, Shift, Left Control and FN key?
Jan
7
comment The key codes for Caps Lock, Shift, Left Control and FN key?
showkey can probably tell you that
Dec
4
answered Extracting first rows of .csv files into a single new .csv file
Nov
21
comment What causes /dev/disk/by-label to be populated?
Also, for an interesting read on the history / development of udisk scribd.com/doc/63425975/Introduction-to-Udisks
Nov
21
answered What causes /dev/disk/by-label to be populated?
Nov
14
comment How to loop through each file in FTP directory using a bash script
lftp can run in batch mode, as in lftp -u username,password ftp://server -e "ls"
Nov
8
answered How can I monitor disk io?
Oct
26
comment Configuring Wireless Network
Have you tried iwlist scan to see if you wifi is working at all? Also, I think wpa-psk expects a hex string (man wpa_passphrase)
Oct
17
answered Resume last print job from command line
Oct
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
12
answered How to limit the number of messages sent through a mail server?
Jul
16
answered How can I tell GRUB I want to reboot into Windows—before I reboot?
Jun
8
comment Printing failure at a network printer in linux
That's an odd queue name, usually they're lpd://ipaddress/PRINTER_NAME. Also, accepting and enabled refer to the CUPS server. It doesn't reflect the actual printer status.