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I'm a senior software engineer in Robotics and I'm working on Open Source Software.


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Oct
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comment Can't access vgaswitcheroo file, access denied?
You should probably open a new thread with this question: the first question (permission problem) seems to be fixed now. I don't know the answer of your last question, so you may have more luck in starting a new specific thread. Cheers,
Oct
12
comment Can't access vgaswitcheroo file, access denied?
If you want to run more than one commands using sudo, just do sudo -s then press enter and enter your password. You now have root permissions and can run your commands. (when doing sudo echo ON > /... the elevated permissions only apply to the echo not the > operator)
Oct
11
answered Can't access vgaswitcheroo file, access denied?
Oct
11
answered Automatic Hard Drive Access
Oct
10
answered How to fully utilize RAM to increase overall system performance
Oct
5
answered Wired connection not being recognized
Oct
2
comment Wired connection not being recognized
Can you add the last few lines of the command "dmesg" when you plug in the cable after disconnecting from the wireless?
Oct
2
revised Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
saying more clearly that cron is too slow for what you want.
Oct
2
answered How to speed up installation?
Oct
2
comment Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
It can be a bad idea to run it very 1/10s as it may overload your system quite a bit (not sure how cpu intensive your script is). But you can always test it and see what happens (it won't do anything bad, just check if you can still use your computer or if it is too slow).
Oct
2
comment Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
This is not called by cron (as I said (but I was probably not clear enough), cron can't run faster than once per minute). This script is run on its own. Just run it when starting your session (e.g. add a startup application) and it'll run until you kill it or stop your computer. You can save the script anywhere you want.
Oct
2
answered Program/Wrapper (how do you call it) to automate a certain script
Sep
24
awarded  Critic
Sep
24
awarded  Editor
Sep
24
revised Problem trying to install ROOT (by CERN) on 11.04 i386
formatted the error message to better see what's the problem
Sep
24
answered Problem trying to install ROOT (by CERN) on 11.04 i386
Sep
24
suggested suggested edit on Problem trying to install ROOT (by CERN) on 11.04 i386
Sep
24
answered Does an onboard video affect the X windows configuration?