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Questions about ~/.bash_logout, a script that runs automatically when the user logs out.
A .desktop file describes how a particular program is to be launched, how it appears in menus, etc. It is used by Freedesktop-compliant environments such as Gnome, KDE and Xfce.
The .NET Framework, originally developed by Microsoft.
Two-factor authentication, also called two-step verification, is a method to add an extra layer of security to an authentication mechanism. In two-factor authentication a user's identity is confirmed …
Broadband standard also known as UMTS.
When your question involves conversions to/from or idiosyncrasies of running on a CPU that uses 64-bit addresses.
a compressed archive file format. It's also an application that handles multiple compression formats.
is a raw MPEG-4 Part 3 bitstream with audio stream encoded.
Command line audio CD ripping frontend.
Questions about ABRT, the Automatic Bug-Reporting Tool used to gather information about crashing programs.
Usability of Unix & Linux by people with disabilities and by elderly users.
Running a wifi access point (hotspot)
a Taiwan-based international computer company, producer of monitors, laptops, netbooks, desktops and other products.
a greplike tool optimized for programmers searching large heterogeneous trees of source code.
ACL stands for access control list. ACLs extend permissions on files beyond the traditional user-group-others triple.
ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Power Interface) is a standard for power management.
a small daemon that responds to power-related events, such as closing the laptop lid or pressing the power button. It is responsible for behaviors such as suspending the computer when the lap…
Adobe application to view, print and comment PDF files.
a software framework for object sharing between Windows applications. Some web pages embed ActiveX widgets.
a versatile command line tool that lets you communicate with an emulator instance or connected Android-powered device.
A family of browser addons for Firefox, Chrome and other browsers that blocks ads and popups
For questions about resolving errors when attempting to set up an ad hoc network.