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I'm interested in programming language design, compilers, computer graphics, robotics, video games, and other stuff. Programming languages I use on a regular basis include Python, Java and C++. I'm also a fan of Scheme, and I'm currently learning Haskell, Clojure and Scala.

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Oct
11
accepted How to get gvfs to automount removable devices when not using Unity or Gnome Shell
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
8
awarded  Teacher
Jul
8
answered How to get gvfs to automount removable devices when not using Unity or Gnome Shell
Jul
3
revised How to get gvfs to automount removable devices when not using Unity or Gnome Shell
minor spelling/clarity tweaks
Jul
3
asked How to get gvfs to automount removable devices when not using Unity or Gnome Shell
Jun
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
11
comment 14.04 Not Auto-Mounting External Drives Since Upgrading from 12.04
I don't see how this answers the question. The question isn't asking about mounting at start up. It's asking about mounting when plugging in (note "After plugging in said drives" in the question). Also, I want all USB thumb drives to auto-mount, just like the did in 13.x. I don't want to have to enable a per-drive setting. Nevertheless, I tried to follow these instructions, and the "Edit Mount Options" menu item is grayed out.
Jun
2
revised List all MAC addresses and their associated IPs in my local network(LAN)
Updated -sP to -sn, fixed line wrapping in man page quote, corrected spelling of "Mask"
Jun
2
suggested approved edit on List all MAC addresses and their associated IPs in my local network(LAN)
Sep
15
comment Where's kprinter in Lucid?
What do you mean "the GUI coming with Ubuntu as default"? I'm looking for a tool that provides a nice GUI for selecting printers and setting print options to applications that just expect to be able to pipe PostScript to an external command. That's what kprinter did, and it was great until it vanished. gtklp also does this, though the UI is nowhere as nice as kprinter. BTW: you should use at-replying in comments if you want the person you're talking to to get a notification. It took me almost a year to see your comment because I didn't get a notification about it.
Oct
22
awarded  Commentator
Oct
22
comment How do I banish the “You have just inserted an Audio CD.” dialog forever?
FWIW: I filed a bug about this: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/665297
Oct
22
awarded  Scholar
Oct
22
accepted How do I banish the “You have just inserted an Audio CD.” dialog forever?
Oct
22
comment How do I banish the “You have just inserted an Audio CD.” dialog forever?
Strangely, I have not seen the dialog appear again. That opening a settings dialog and then dismissing it without changing anything would actually alter the behavior seems like a bug, but at least it appears to solve my problem. Thanks.
Oct
22
comment Where's kprinter in Lucid?
Thanks. Is there an alternative that's better than gtklp?
Oct
16
awarded  Supporter
Oct
16
comment Many directories have a “.d” suffix/extension. What does it mean?
And as for those two "wayward scripts" mentioned in the question: their names are referring to the /etc/rc?.d directories.
Oct
16
awarded  Critic