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bio website kokizzu.blogspot.com
location Tangerang, Indonesia
age 28
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Oct 26 at 11:32

a polyglot newbie programmer

  • c/c++ fan 2004.08-2012
  • never been really a vb, c#, python, java and scala fan.. XD
  • delphi fan 2005.08-2008.01
  • php fan 2006.08-2009
  • javascript fan 2009-2012
  • ruby fan 2012.08-*
  • go fan 2014.06-*
  • elixir fan 2014-08-*

Aug
22
comment Boot failure : No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!
use isomaster or furiusisomount to edit .iso file
Jul
25
comment List of installed packages on Ubuntu Server 14.04
umm, it seems server-cloudimg contains more http://www.diffchecker.com/uvsfi2g1
Jul
25
comment List of installed packages on Ubuntu Server 14.04
but there are no manifest file for ubuntu-server
Jul
25
revised List of installed packages on Ubuntu Server 14.04
added 50 characters in body
Jul
25
asked List of installed packages on Ubuntu Server 14.04
Feb
1
comment How to disable fancy visual effects in Gnome Shell?
this is the correct answer!!!
Jan
30
asked How to autodetect screen resolution
Jan
17
awarded  Commentator
Jan
17
comment How to install dcop?
ok thank you very much :3
Jan
17
comment How to install dcop?
no, just empty output, and the yakuake window not shown.. | qdbus org.kde.yakuake /yakuake/window toggleWindowState
Jan
17
comment How to install dcop?
no, it's not working.. | the problem: sometimes KDE global shortcut stopped working, so i can't call yakuake back, even by calling yakuake from gnome-console again.. it wont show up..
Jan
17
awarded  Scholar
Jan
17
comment How to install dcop?
ok many thanks.. i've found the dbus (qdbus command) but it's not working.. so i give up for now.. XD
Jan
17
accepted How to install dcop?
Jan
17
comment How to install dcop?
Desktop COmmunication Protocol en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DCOP
Jan
17
asked How to install dcop?
Jan
4
awarded  Editor
Jan
4
revised Touchpad not working on an Acer One 725
added 18 characters in body
Jan
4
answered Touchpad not working on an Acer One 725
Dec
28
comment How can I switch a 64-bit installation to a 32-bit one?
what's the meaning of "designed for 64-bit"? |||| i feel it, and someone has measure it: forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=201&t=105736