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Software Engineer at Amazon. I like Ruby, C and building developer tools.

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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
24
revised How to read NTFS drives in Linux (RHEL 6)?
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May
23
awarded  Informed
Jul
21
comment Open another file with split windows, and switch between them
You question says vim but the command that you are using indicates you are using vi. Which is it?
Jul
21
comment Bash programing. The difference between double-clicking a program and running the program under console
Or Unix and Linux
Jul
21
answered Bash programing. The difference between double-clicking a program and running the program under console
Jul
20
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
19
answered How to format a write protected pen drive in Linux?
Jul
19
comment Make BASH's Tab Completion Fill In First Match?
Awesome, if you just ran apt-get install zsh and then ran the auto installer for oh-my-zsh here, you should be good to go. Let me know if you need any help setting it up.
Jul
19
comment Make BASH's Tab Completion Fill In First Match?
Glad I could help. What distribution are you using? I can give you a more in depth answer with a guide on how to install zsh and oh my zsh.
Jul
19
answered Make BASH's Tab Completion Fill In First Match?
Jul
18
awarded  Supporter
Jul
18
awarded  Teacher
Jul
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awarded  Editor
Jul
18
revised How to read NTFS drives in Linux (RHEL 6)?
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Jul
18
answered How to read NTFS drives in Linux (RHEL 6)?
Jun
21
comment Linux Distro and Media Server Software choice
You can always use Ubuntu and not use unity. There is an option to switch back to the classic theme (I am not a fan of unity either). Ubuntu and Fedora are bot viable options for a media center system but I agree with Anarko, if you must use a Red Hat compliant distro, use CentOS, it has great documentation. Samba for CentOS: link
Jun
20
awarded  Scholar
Jun
20
comment Feh - strange behavior when loading backgrounds in Arch Linux
Worked perfectly, thanks a bunch for the help. I just disabled gnome-settings-daemon, wasn't using it anyways.