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bio website github.com/k0pernikus
location Hamburg, Germany
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Aug 27 at 21:24

I am a web developper from Hamburg.

My main weapons of choice are PHP, JavaScript, and sometimes Java and recently some python. I feel most comfortable on a unix-like system featuring a powerful bash. I love to code via PhpStorm / IntelliJ IDEA. Some jobs are still best done in vim though.

My hobbies include programming (duh), hacking, science, listening to music, gaming and other rather mundane activities. Such as being an active member of the German Pirate Party.


Nov
1
asked How to fix missing libudev.so.0 for Chrome to start again?
Nov
1
answered How to fix missing libudev.so.0 for Chrome to start again?
Oct
28
revised How to install heartbeat?
rephrased question
Oct
28
suggested suggested edit on How to install heartbeat?
Jul
31
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
24
comment How to install cocos2dx on Ubuntu 13.04?
Did you try: cocos2d-x.org/projects/cocos2d-x/wiki/…
Jul
21
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
11
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
10
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
19
comment How to reverse colors for the current window in gnome shell?
@drevicko Done :)
Apr
19
revised How to reverse colors for the current window in gnome shell?
expaned the manual keyboard shortcut mapping part that was only hinted at
Apr
19
suggested suggested edit on How to reverse colors for the current window in gnome shell?
Mar
22
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
19
comment Start vim automatically as root in home folder
I still do not understand your use case, as what you describe still implies something terribly wrong with your file system. Again, files in your home directory should never need root rights to be edited.
Mar
19
comment Start vim automatically as root in home folder
Do you intend to get rid of the the password prompt? And could you specify the use case? As generally speaking, stuff in your home should belong to you and not root.
Mar
14
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
25
awarded  Revival
Feb
17
comment Apt-get saying “Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.”
Edit: My bad. Had mistook -f for force instead of --fix-broken
Feb
15
awarded  Caucus
Feb
15
awarded  Constituent