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bio website zanfur.com
location Seattle, WA
age 33
visits member for 3 years
seen Nov 5 '12 at 4:10

Linux user since 1996, Ubuntu user since 2004. I'm nobody special, just been doing this for a long, long time.


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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Necromancer
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Oct
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comment How do I use pm-suspend-hybrid by default instead of pm-suspend?
@JamesCaccese: In shellscript world, 0 means "true" and anything else means "false". Your scriptlet would work, but the original poster's scriptlet would work as intended as well, printing a '0' on supported and nothing on unsupported. If you want something that will always say supported or unsupported, try 'sudo pm-is-supported --suspend-hybrid && echo "supported" || echo "unsupported"'
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awarded  Revival
Feb
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comment Why isn't there a useful JBoss package?
Okay, PPA is up. Add the ppa:zanfur/jboss repository. Still in a state of flux, but is actually usable at this point. Package name is "jbossas". Doesn't quite conform to debian policy (jars in the wrongs places), but I'll get there.
Feb
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comment Why isn't there a useful JBoss package?
--UPDATE 5 Feb 2012 -- I now have a jbossas4 4.2.3.GA package that is functional, with startup scripts and files (mostly) in the correct locations. Expect a PPA in a matter of days; I just need to make sure all the copyrights are proper before publishing publicly.
Nov
22
comment Does Ubuntu have the equivalent of a registry, especially for desktop GUI items?
dconf stores its user settings in ~/.config/dconf/user, a binary file. gconf stores its user settings in ~/.gconf. ccsm, in ubuntu, by default, stores its settings in gconf as well (though it doesn't have to).
Nov
22
answered Empathy disappears every time i open it
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22
awarded  Revival
Nov
22
answered Where is the UIM notification area icon in Unity?
Nov
21
answered The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
Nov
21
comment The volume “filesystem root” has only 0 bytes disk space remaining?
@radek: please give us the output of df and of sudo parted -l (that's "ell" as in the first letter of "list", not "one"). I suspect that you have a root partition that is too small, and lots of free space elsewhere.
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awarded  Autobiographer