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Feb
6
comment Ubuntu touch on note 10.1 (2014) WITHOUT rooting
Why don't you research it. google.ca/…
Feb
6
comment Ubuntu touch on note 10.1 (2014) WITHOUT rooting
FWIW, it is a good idea not to void the warranty. I had to send my p600 in twice for repair.The screen failed twice for no reason. I don't abuse my tablet, so it shouldn't have failed... twice. I wouldn't recommend Samsung again. And their customer service was horrid.
Jan
20
comment Minify tool that can be executed through terminal
I've been doing this for 20. You be the judge.
Jan
20
comment Minify tool that can be executed through terminal
My point is if what you know works, then you use what's easiest with what you know. Chasing change for change's sake has no value. There's been too many silver bullets. New languages break out faster than a social disease in a whore house. Sure, many flock to them because they are new, but that is a fool's game. I can and will learn new things if there is a benefit to do so. If learning node.js were to help me, I'd learn it. It's just another language. But to learn it, I need to reallocate time to it. My time is valuable to me, and so far I haven't seen the justification in terms of that cost.
Jan
20
comment Minify tool that can be executed through terminal
You are making the assumption that using node is best practice. Maybe in your world which is not everyone's world.
Nov
25
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Nov
25
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Nov
25
comment pyvenv-3.4 error: returned non-zero exit status 1
anyway this appears to work so thanks. :)
Nov
25
comment pyvenv-3.4 error: returned non-zero exit status 1
What directory are you in when you run these commands? That is, is this the directory you will be building your python app in or do you have to cd into 'myenv' for that. Or, why are you creating a sub-directory for the environment? Dumb questions, but I've never used this before and there are too many different answers. At least your answer has one downloading from the python.org site and not some github repository I've never heard of. I'm a bit paranoid about stuff like that.
Nov
25
comment 14.04 what is the difference between /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python3.4
wasn't familiar with that command thanks
Nov
25
asked 14.04 what is the difference between /usr/bin/python3 /usr/bin/python3.4
Nov
24
comment Is it possible to install Python 3.x in 14.04 LTS, or upgrade from Python 2.7.6 to 2.7.8?
@EliahKagan This. Very good point. Besides the answer should be an answer to the question. Because I, who have programmed Python in the past am looking at how to install Python 3.3 on Kubuntu 14.04 (too) so I can learn Django using the latest code base.
Oct
19
comment How do I patch/workaround SSLv3 POODLE vulnerability (CVE­-2014­-3566)?
Sorry... need to get new eyes. Thanks.
Oct
19
comment How do I patch/workaround SSLv3 POODLE vulnerability (CVE­-2014­-3566)?
You are obviously far more knowledgeable than me on this topic gertvdijk, but I need to ask, where was your source for the cipher list for Apache? It looks very complete but I always get in trouble if I just copy something like it without knowing where it came from. Then again when I do ask is when it is good then I piss a good person off. So please don't get me wrong, I am just trying to be careful. And thanks for a quite comprehensive answer. I have pointed another question over here. :)
Sep
28
comment Minify tool that can be executed through terminal
Not everyone who uses js or css is using node.js or doing node.js projects. It is yet another framework to learn and configure if you want to use grunt. Yes grunt is cool. But now-a-days, we already have enough to learn before we can even start coding. So node/grunt is not always convenient. :) I myself am going to try your suggestion of yui-compressor.
Sep
28
comment Hotkey for “Kde button” menu? And default shortcut-keys cheatsheets?
I just used Alt+F1 on Kubuntu. It opens the launcher/start menu. Alt+F2 opens the command search/run box at the top. This is from Mint, but it's KDE... community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/47
Sep
28
answered Hotkey for “Kde button” menu? And default shortcut-keys cheatsheets?
Sep
24
comment Problems with external harddrive (USB 2.0)
Hate to add: same problem. This is not an isolated incident. Happens when transferring large volumes of data. I had to resort to burning on DVD. Ridiculous. Should file a bug. I'm on Kubuntu 14.04. But should be the same underlying services.
Sep
7
comment Using Python 3.3 on Kubuntu 13.04
it doesn't matter what pains they take, often these are old out of date due to conservatism or time constraints. pip so far has been about the best python package manager I have found. I have less trouble using pip and more often than not get the working libraries I need. I only use apt-get for python as a matter of last resort.
Aug
26
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