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Jan
8
reviewed Approve Broadcom bcm4323 with ubuntu 12.04 having ndiswrapper problem
Jan
8
reviewed Reject Juju support for Google Compute Engine GCE
Jan
8
reviewed No Action Needed Vim Syntax Highlighting Question
Jan
8
reviewed Reviewed USB Stick Linux Graphics Driver
Jan
8
revised USB Stick Linux Graphics Driver
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Jan
8
reviewed No Action Needed Ubuntu 14.04 Nautilus “connect to server…” window changed
Jan
8
reviewed Reviewed Broadcom bcm4323 with ubuntu 12.04 having ndiswrapper problem
Jan
8
reviewed Reviewed PPPoE connection not configuring properly
Jan
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revised PPPoE connection not configuring properly
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Jan
8
answered DNS named and zone file config help
Jan
8
comment Ubuntu DEstroying Hard drive
Yeah, it is definitely possible and you might not always hear it unless your disk is in a critical condition. If it isn't critical, you might not be trying to read the affected sectors, thus you won't hear the worrying sounds.
Jan
8
comment Fonts other than english are not getting displayed in tty terminals
I think it should be en_US.UTF-8 (missing dash).
Jan
8
reviewed Edit Fonts other than english are not getting displayed in tty terminals
Jan
8
revised Fonts other than english are not getting displayed in tty terminals
People who remove common courtesies from posts are damn annoying.
Jan
8
answered Ubuntu DEstroying Hard drive
Jan
8
comment Password Disable
To add to TrailRider's points - you're not only unnecessarily exposing yourself to the risks but others too if your system becomes compromised and abused. All at the cost of little convenience. It's a bit like people who don't vaccinate their kids thinking it's only their kids affected. A bit silly, to be diplomatic about it.
Jan
8
reviewed Approve Error upgrade Ubuntu 13.10 to 14.04
Jan
8
answered Could not retrieve the required installation files
Jan
7
comment Why isn't my BIND configuration correct?
A fairly common issue :)
Jan
7
reviewed Edit Using Crossover to install E-Sword