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bio website blog.sw4j.de
location Bavaria, Germany
age 41
visits member for 2 years
seen Nov 4 at 6:15

I'm a profesional software developer using Java (and a little bit of Scala).


Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
13
awarded  Enthusiast
Oct
6
answered Why wouldn't `which` command work for `cd`? Can't find the executable `cd` too!
Oct
6
revised I am not able to ask a hard disk drive
Foratted error message
Oct
6
suggested suggested edit on I am not able to ask a hard disk drive
Oct
6
comment I am not able to ask a hard disk drive
Welcome to Ask Ubuntu. Where is your problem? The error message is really clear: Windows is hibernated, refused to mount. You cannot mount a windows partition when Windows is hibernated.
Sep
24
reviewed No Action Needed Ubuntu 14.04 sound suddenly stopped, reinstall alsa, pulseaudio not helping
Sep
24
reviewed No Action Needed Flashing windows appear on the current workspace
Sep
23
reviewed No Action Needed Deleted most of the packages using apt-get purge package\*; How can I get them back?
Sep
22
comment I've changed my login by manual editing the /etc/passwd and my former password is not recognised
@Wraf Start from a CD with a life system and mount the HDD. Then you can edit the file /etc/shadow.
Sep
22
answered I've changed my login by manual editing the /etc/passwd and my former password is not recognised
Sep
19
comment Why some server requires './' to run scripts but others don't?
@Batbayar are you sure that there is no :. appended on server 1? This could be easily overseen.
Sep
19
answered Why some server requires './' to run scripts but others don't?
Sep
15
answered Is it possible to log into a remote LAN user using the ssh client without using his password?
Sep
15
comment Should I use “sudo” before “make install”?
@dotancohen Yes. Then the library will be installed in the usual place for libraries (e.g. /lib).
Sep
15
answered Should I use “sudo” before “make install”?
Sep
11
answered display all unicode characters
Sep
10
revised I want to switch to Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit from a 64-bit without losing data and getting my windows on dual boot damaged
Removed bogus link
Sep
10
comment I want to switch to Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit from a 64-bit without losing data and getting my windows on dual boot damaged
It would be helpful if you tell s why you want this. It is very complicated to change the archiecture so perhaps another soltion might be more feasible for you than downgrading (e.g. using a VM).
Sep
10
suggested suggested edit on I want to switch to Ubuntu 12.04 32-bit from a 64-bit without losing data and getting my windows on dual boot damaged