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bio website luigitiburzi.com
location rome
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
seen May 21 at 8:07

I started coding for hobby, now it is my job. In life you can never know, just do things well and you'll be happy


May
24
awarded  Tumbleweed
May
17
asked GRUB broken after installed Ubuntu on an usb
Apr
27
comment Wireless networking not working after resume in Ubuntu 14.04
I have disconnected instead of asleep in my status, how can I solve the problem with that? Thx
Jan
2
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
12
accepted Chrome below the normal size
Sep
10
comment Chrome below the normal size
I tried the zoom before but the problem is not only with chrome, with the whole OS. Everything is smaller due the 'too high screen resolution' and I'd like a way to zoom everything, not just Chrome. Is that possible?
Sep
9
comment Chrome below the normal size
But why if I have a certain resolution I'm forced to lower it??? Can't I have a decent view in another way?
Sep
9
awarded  Editor
Sep
9
revised Chrome below the normal size
added 52 characters in body
Sep
9
asked Chrome below the normal size
Jul
3
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
13
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
21
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
24
comment Open Windows registers from command line
Yes but I'd like to access them through Ubuntu, to use Ubuntu command line as a sort of recovery instrument.. or at the least I thought it could be done and that was the purpose of my question
Nov
23
comment Open Windows registers from command line
Thanks, at least with your answer I understood a little more the topic :-)
Nov
23
comment Open Windows registers from command line
I was just curious if there was a method for doing that, I thought they were files accessible like the one Linux has for example under /etc. I don't know why you find it 'off topic' as I was asking for a way to do something in Ubuntu with the Ubuntu terminal and with bash commands. I didn't know registers were instances created on the fly by the OS and @MestreLion I never said I'm able to modify the registers of another partition under Windows but only the registers of the current one with regedit, of course
Nov
22
awarded  Commentator
Nov
22
comment Open Windows registers from command line
I know hoe to modify windows registry under windows so my question need to be here because I'd like to find a way to do it from linux command line...
Nov
22
asked Open Windows registers from command line