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I'm a free-lance embedded software developer who likes computer science, mathematics, electronics and foreign languages.

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Dec
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
Jun
13
awarded  Commentator
Jun
13
comment How to inject keystrokes via a shell script?
What do you need that for?
Jun
5
comment Why is Linux commonly used as operating system for supercomputers?
Also, over the last years Linux has been carefully optimized for supercomputers by IBM and others. That BlueGene article is from 2002.
May
31
comment Why do most linux distros default gnome?
And it's getting worse, configuration options disappear and the default is wrong (for my tastes).
Feb
12
awarded  Student
Feb
12
asked Selectively disabling gvfsd-cdda in Debian Squeeze?
Oct
10
comment How to give a normal user permission to change root password
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terry_Childs
Sep
2
comment Remove a corrupted file in a Linux system
Have you tried running fsck on the unmounted partition?
Aug
24
comment How to interpret traceroute information?
You can copy and paste text in Linux, no need to use a picture.
Aug
24
comment How to give a normal user permission to change root password
He probably heard the story about the San Francisco network admin. It's not that stupid, if he can be trusted to use this power only in such an emergency.
Aug
21
comment How does keyboard mapping work in Linux?
Also take a look at xkeycaps, it lets you see and change xmodmap settings interactively.
Aug
20
comment the slash (/) after a directory name on shell commands
I think your desired behavior would be rather dangerous.
Aug
20
answered Best way to do full disk encryption?
Aug
19
awarded  Teacher
Aug
19
answered What is the real difference between “apt-get” and “aptitude”? (How about “wajig”?)
Aug
18
awarded  Critic
Aug
18
awarded  Supporter
Aug
18
comment Best way run a command on each file in a directory tree
-1 Won't work for filenames containing spaces. Better use find -print0 | xargs -0.