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Dec
7
asked Searching for a command line tagging tool for mp3 and ogg that supports pictures
Nov
26
comment truncating file names
I found the source code here: tips.webdesign10.com/files/rename.pl.txt found on this site tips.webdesign10.com/…
Nov
26
comment truncating file names
@Michael: This is a different rename, please see the comment of ephemient, try prename.
Nov
25
answered truncating file names
Nov
22
answered Good free intro to Ubuntu?
Nov
18
awarded  Student
Nov
18
asked Hanging install blocks new installations on WebOS
Nov
16
answered What are your favorite *painful* Unix moments
Nov
6
awarded  Supporter
Nov
2
answered Deleting lots of files
Nov
1
answered What's the + in find /path/ -exec command '{}' + do?
Oct
27
comment Can I work with Sql Server, Office and C# using Linux?
@xenoterracide I agree!
Oct
26
comment Can I work with Sql Server, Office and C# using Linux?
@xenoterracide At work I am forced to use MS Office. For the documents I need at home (these are only about ten per year ...) I use LaTeX, seldomly AbiWord and Gnumeric.
Oct
26
comment Can I work with Sql Server, Office and C# using Linux?
You are right, I forgot about Crossover Office. But honestly, I am not a big fan of not using native Software.
Oct
25
comment Can I work with Sql Server, Office and C# using Linux?
There is rdesktop as well and tsclient is a wrapper for remote desktop protocols, it covers VNC, Citrix and X-Server as well.
Oct
24
answered Can I work with Sql Server, Office and C# using Linux?
Sep
30
comment filesystem for archiving
Yes, the fsck is faster. But as tante told as well, you should migrate it to ext4.
Sep
28
answered filesystem for archiving
Sep
2
answered Why doesn't my Bash script recognize aliases?
Aug
26
awarded  Editor