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bio website samutechblog.blogspot.com
location Finland
age 34
visits member for 3 years, 10 months
seen Aug 19 at 4:35

Web app developer, Rails, J2EE

Interests: programming, biochemistry, Japan, MMA, reality TV, working out, food, electronic music

Pretty advanced Vim user

Favorite language: Python


Sep
14
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
comment Easy to way to get overview of partitions' contents without mounting them manually?
So you can view the content of partitions at the same time in Gparted? I also noticed that the reason the partitions were not mounted was indeed because I had already started the installer's partitioner.
Jul
17
asked Easy to way to get overview of partitions' contents without mounting them manually?
May
11
comment How does Unity work in multi-monitor configurations?
Well I couldn't get fglrx installed on my touchpad with some ati mobility radeon so I had to fall back on the open source driver where I haven't found a way to do it.
May
11
awarded  Teacher
May
11
answered How does Unity work in multi-monitor configurations?
May
11
comment Dual monitor Unity launcher opening on wrong monitor
Ok, the release has happened. How come the launcher still doesn't understand it's supposed to be on the left screen?
May
6
comment Changing screen saver settings without completely removing gnome-screensaver and installing xscreensaver
But I did change the command line for my Phosphor screen saver in xscreensaver and then selected it in gnome-screensaver but it's still only printing out the default stuff ie hostname, kernel and uptime.
May
6
comment Changing screen saver settings without completely removing gnome-screensaver and installing xscreensaver
You can only make changes to how screensavers operate in general in that dialog. There is no way to configure the individual screen savers like in xscreensaver.
May
6
asked Changing screen saver settings without completely removing gnome-screensaver and installing xscreensaver
Apr
13
comment Why is linewise scrolling in vim in gnome-terminal jerky?
Well I had a "general text editor" in mind when making the comparison. Just tried opening a long file in gvim and hold down j to scroll down, the lines just keep flying by. There is a very small jerkiness even in gvim, but it's MUCH less noticeable.
Apr
13
awarded  Student
Apr
13
asked Why is linewise scrolling in vim in gnome-terminal jerky?
Apr
7
answered How to run “sudo apt-get update” through proxy in commandline?
Feb
4
awarded  Enthusiast
Nov
8
comment System wide browser protocol handlers?
"Not system-wide. But the Gnome registry thingy has entries for that." Does that mean Yes and No at the same time?
Nov
8
awarded  Supporter
Oct
12
awarded  Autobiographer