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Former Kubuntu desktop user, now using Arch Linux. Open-source enthusiast, programmer.

Interests: network protocols, Linux kernel, server administration, Android, breaking & fixing stuff.


Jan
23
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
I awarded the bounty to you because SE would otherwise grant it to the top-voted answer while your answer better describes the issues. The current answers are still not satisfatory though.
Jan
22
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
It will be more like app & sleep 1; moveWindow.sh as the programs do not detach. I do not consider this an improvement over using KWin window rules though. +1 for your efforts.
Jan
22
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
This only works after an application has been opened, not really what I am looking for (a keybinding could probably be added for this though). If I am not mistaken, this always positions a window to the left side of a monitor?
Jan
22
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
This is how I do it right now, I was hoping there is a more straightforward way using envvars.
Jan
20
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
Thanks for explaining why this is not an easy feature. KWin also has window rules that force placement on a different screen (which is what I use now). While there is no default feature for SCREEN=x app, is it possible to add a window property in this way so that it can be filtered by KWin?
Jan
18
comment How can I open a window on a different monitor?
How odd, I saw a post about wmctrl earlier today but haven't had a chance to test it. Why was it deleted?
Jan
17
awarded  Organizer
Jan
17
revised identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
drop useless vim tag, add relevant character encoding and filenames tag
Jan
17
comment identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
@suspectus I updated by answer based on suggestions from Stephane. For LC_COLLATE and LC_CTYPE, see also the find(1) manpage.
Jan
17
revised identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
incorporate suggestions from Stephane
Jan
17
comment identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
Be aware that you have file names that are using foreign character sets that are incompatible with UTF-8 or ASCII. In those cases, you may see question marks instead of characters.
Jan
17
comment identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
If you want to post-process find output, use NUL-terminated output/input as shown in this answer.
Jan
17
revised identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
added 86 characters in body; added 1 characters in body
Jan
17
answered identify files with non-ASCII or non-printable characters in file name
Jan
15
awarded  Promoter
Jan
15
accepted How can I make stdin always get consumed?
Jan
11
comment How to connect to a guest VM from the host system?
Try adding the -p flag to netstat to verify that you Apache is actually listening on port 80, and not some other service. Can you run curl localhost from the guest? What does grep -C3 -rni Listen /etc/httpd/ show?
Jan
11
comment How to connect to a guest VM from the host system?
If you see only :::80, then Apache is only listening for IPv6 connections. Have you tried checked your Listen directives?
Jan
11
answered How to connect to a guest VM from the host system?
Jan
11
answered Does my VM need to be on the same LAN IP range to ping?