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  Thread: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *nix Users
Post: RE: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable F...

I suppose we do with what we have ay? I need to dig into powershell again. Almost all of my work is on Windows operating systems these days. WSL1 was pretty limiting, but not horrible. Last year I w...
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 20 9,026 07-01-2021, 02:06 AM
  Thread: Those "new" $33 Kindle Tablets
Post: RE: Those "new" $33 Kindle Tablets

I recently revived my old 2012 Nexus 7 tablet. I'm running LineageOS with no gapps as well. It runs as well as when I purchased it, besides the now lackluster battery life. (expected) I'm using Aptoi...
Dritz Android & Iphone 7 6,637 26-04-2018, 11:43 AM
  Thread: A Nixers Internet Badge
Post: RE: A Nixers Internet Badge

I like z3bra's idea, just to use the forum's logo. The glider is too generic.
Dritz Unix Related Arts & Image Manipulation Software 21 12,177 01-11-2017, 12:13 PM
  Thread: Installing ubuntu Mate on Dell laptop
Post: RE: Installing ubuntu Mate on Dell laptop

After ensuring you have your synaptic drivers installed, check out this configuration: /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf Paste the contents in a reply here so we may examine them.
Dritz GNU/Linux 6 4,850 11-02-2015, 11:19 AM
  Thread: Very sad news.
Post: RE: Very sad news.

Wow, this is terrible! He will be missed.
Dritz Community & Forums Related Discussions 12 6,330 02-09-2014, 04:10 AM
  Thread: Vim - Keymapping ESC to CAPS LOCK
Post: RE: Vim - Keymapping ESC to CAPS LOCK

That's actually a rather good idea. I'll still have to play with my setup throughout the week to better tweak it to my workflow.
Dritz GNU/Linux 3 2,936 11-08-2014, 03:12 PM
  Thread: Vim - Keymapping ESC to CAPS LOCK
Post: Vim - Keymapping ESC to CAPS LOCK

Wow guys, this has changed my life. I should have done it long ago, but after I bound ESC to CAPSLOCK Vim has become so much more comfortable to use. That extra stretch was becoming a bit ridiculous....
Dritz GNU/Linux 3 2,936 10-08-2014, 08:34 PM
  Thread: How did you hear about Nixers?
Post: RE: How did you hear about Nixers?

I came to Unixhub from derpforums because of Venam and Beastie. I stayed through the nixers changeover, and I follow the subreddit. The forum feels more like a community than the subreddit though, s...
Dritz Community & Forums Related Discussions 44 21,138 10-08-2014, 08:28 PM
  Thread: How old are you?
Post: RE: How old are you?

I'm surprised by the ages as well. I suppose that's a good thing?
Dritz Off topic 121 55,965 21-07-2014, 02:24 PM
  Thread: How old are you?
Post: RE: How old are you?

I'm 22 gentlemen.
Dritz Off topic 121 55,965 01-07-2014, 10:16 PM
  Thread: [Python] patron - a boss button to use while slacking!
Post: RE: [Python] patron - a boss button to use while s...

Cool, patrón, means the same thing in Spanish. Nice little tool; I look forward to testing it.
Dritz Programming On Unix 1 2,231 21-06-2014, 03:52 PM
  Thread: UnixHub Distro Name Poll
Post: RE: UnixHub Distro Name Poll

Beanix isn't a bad name. I didn't vote for it though.
Dritz GNU/Linux 15 9,636 04-03-2014, 02:21 PM
  Thread: UnixHub Distro Name
Post: RE: UnixHub Distro Name

Twerkix
Dritz GNU/Linux 23 14,694 27-02-2014, 02:06 PM
  Thread: Show us what you look like!
Post: RE: Show us what you look like!

@Cyberpunkz Oh, you could probably give me a few pointers in C! Too bad you're dead...
Dritz Off topic 40 23,100 25-02-2014, 05:00 AM
  Thread: A **Nixers** Collaborative Distro?
Post: RE: A Unixhub Collaborative Distro?

An entire distro is quite a large project for a small community. I recommend making a software tool to make something we all love better. Ideas?
Dritz GNU/Linux 88 44,612 09-02-2014, 09:11 PM
  Thread: Post your specs.
Post: RE: Post your specs.

I love how you name them all after Star Wars planets. My ole Asus U80A laptop from 2009: CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo (Centrino) T6500 2.10GHz RAM: 4GB HDD: 350GB OS: Winblows 7, Debian Yeah, that...
Dritz Hardware talk 62 41,667 05-02-2014, 12:22 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

I saw this on reddit, nice for a brighter scheme. Oh, and I saw your account. Yeah, that Asian chick is totally freaking hot.
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,720 1,064,596 05-02-2014, 12:01 AM
  Thread: How did you hear about Nixers?
Post: RE: How did you hear about UnixHub?

Oh yeah, him too! I have no idea where he's been. He's still alive probably. His last visit to DerpForums was on 01-16-2014. Though he did post some nix porn on 12-03-2013: [Image: http://i.imgur...
Dritz Community & Forums Related Discussions 44 21,138 03-02-2014, 05:22 AM
  Thread: How did you hear about Nixers?
Post: RE: How did you hear about UnixHub?

NeoTerra Wrote:Yeah, a lot of original users have fallen off the map, dunno where a bunch of them went. :(If it makes you feel any better, I'm still here. I just lurk like crazy. I found UnixHub thr...
Dritz Community & Forums Related Discussions 44 21,138 02-02-2014, 11:24 PM
  Thread: links2 (textual) vs dillo (graphical)
Post: RE: links2 (textual) vs dillo (graphical)

I've used links2, dillo, and w3m. links2 > w3m > dillo I use 'links2 -g' all the time on my debian ancient computer. w3m is still nice for the textual simplicity when I'm reading a manual or s...
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 8 6,804 26-04-2013, 01:46 AM
  Thread: Best Linux OS for Beginner?
Post: RE: Best Linux OS for Beginner?

If you want to start off with something on a more intermediate level, I suggest Debian. In my years stuck in Ubuntu and derivatives I hardly learned anything, until I switched to Debian. Well, if you...
Dritz GNU/Linux 15 12,844 26-02-2013, 11:46 AM
  Thread: Masterrace - the HHKB club!
Post: RE: Masterrace - the HHKB club!

Once you go black, you never go back...
Dritz Hardware talk 38 27,360 26-02-2013, 01:59 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

(24-02-2013, 04:13 PM)Mafia Wrote: (24-02-2013, 02:35 AM)OpenSource Wrote: WM: Monsterwm [Image: http://i.imgur.com/m6810zl.png] Not that it's bad or anything, but thats plain as fuck haha.In my o...
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,720 1,064,596 25-02-2013, 02:01 AM
  Thread: tmux-zoom / Zoom (Maximize) your panes
Post: RE: tmux-zoom / Zoom (Maximize) your panes

gotbletu is great isn't he? I've had 'figure out how to use tmux' on a to do list on my wall since April of last year. I suppose I should really give it a shot now that you've mentioned it. (it's craz...
Dritz GNU/Linux 1 2,699 25-02-2013, 01:54 AM
  Thread: [solved] http tunneling
Post: RE: http tunneling

(16-02-2013, 03:23 AM)NeoTerra Wrote: It's okay D9u, although we jest, we all love you on the inside! :)Speak for yourself, I'm not lovin him on the inside! That's just... well, I'm not into that.
Dritz Security & Cryptography 12 8,845 22-02-2013, 07:51 PM
  Thread: Those intriguing pages we keep bookmarked
Post: RE: Those intriguing pages we keep bookmarked

Indeed! And the autostereogram site . That was cool! Here's a favorite of mine: http://nolaf.mekanism.com/ ^ An excellent choice for a prank browser homepage change on your boss. Oh, and make sur...
Dritz Off topic 6 5,006 01-02-2013, 09:03 PM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: RE: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the ...

Oh wow! I think a lot of people aren't aware of this! (Like me, until just now) Like that guy in the video, I plan on making a lot of money in 2038. LOL
Dritz BSD 10 6,803 31-01-2013, 02:09 PM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: RE: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the ...

I don't think Winblows uses Unix time... http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mikekelly/archiv...-time.aspx But I think Linux does.
Dritz BSD 10 6,803 31-01-2013, 03:41 AM
  Thread: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the World
Post: 2038 - The Borking of Unix Systems Across the Worl...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJQ691PTKsA Darn 32-bit integers! lol
Dritz BSD 10 6,803 30-01-2013, 02:36 AM
  Thread: Apple in general
Post: RE: Apple in general

I'm thinking that they're just focusing on broadening their market. People like the iOS interface. No, in fact, they love it. It's something they're going to keep for as long as we're still using p...
Dritz Android & Iphone 14 11,007 24-01-2013, 01:31 AM
  Thread: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~
Post: RE: Unix/Linux Security Myth ~

I should try that! Perhaps it will protect my computer if an EMP is fired as well.
Dritz Security & Cryptography 18 11,822 28-12-2012, 06:27 PM
  Thread: Why so inactive?
Post: RE: Why so inactive?

Loosing interest in *nix? That's like saying you're loosing interest in sex. It does, indeed, pull you back in... :P
Dritz Off topic 21 12,977 20-12-2012, 07:52 PM
  Thread: shh bruteforce attacks
Post: RE: shh bruteforce attacks

Dude, your setup, it's so slick! Have you posted the specs in the desktop pics thread? LOL BTW. (Sorry for being OT, but I had to ask. And I figured that PMing wouldn't stimulate anyone other tha...
Dritz Community & Forums Related Discussions 11 6,340 04-12-2012, 12:28 AM
  Thread: What does your relatives think of you, and your *nix hobby?
Post: RE: What does your relatives think of you, and you...

I'm proud to say that I have every member in my household using my Debian Xfce system. In fact, they haven't touched Windows (at least at home) for about 2 years. Well, I suppose if you live your di...
Dritz Psychology, Philosophy, and Licenses 18 7,351 04-12-2012, 12:18 AM
  Thread: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *nix Users
Post: RE: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable F...

Wow, thank you sir! Excellent paste! I really found the section on window tiling quite intriguing. I'll have to look more into AutoHotKey. (I've never really messed with it extensively)
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 20 9,026 01-12-2012, 03:49 PM
  Thread: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *nix Users
Post: RE: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable F...

What job do you have where you can pull that off? LOL
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 20 9,026 29-11-2012, 07:30 PM
  Thread: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *nix Users
Post: RE: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable F...

I do like Cygwin, it's just not the same as running a *nix machine! :( Using Cygwin is like getting one bite of ice cream, and not getting to eat the rest.
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 20 9,026 29-11-2012, 12:27 PM
  Thread: Why so inactive?
Post: RE: Why so inactive?

That sounds like it could get out of hand. I have the feeling I would end up seeing a 'TrackBlack' tutorial request. :shudder: There, I posted a new thread. I hope that helps.
Dritz Off topic 21 12,977 29-11-2012, 03:43 AM
  Thread: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *nix Users
Post: Ways To Make Windows More Comfortable/Usable For *...

Despite all of my time getting used to it, I still often find myself tense and uneasy while working in Windows. But, it's often a necessity to run a Windows OS for work/school. Here's some things I ...
Dritz Desktop Customization & Workflow 20 9,026 29-11-2012, 03:37 AM
  Thread: Why so inactive?
Post: RE: Why so inactive?

Splendid idea! If only I had time for a project... I can hardly wait for winter break! (I might be rolling out at least a prototype of something relatively interesting that I'll post here.) @ Neo...
Dritz Off topic 21 12,977 29-11-2012, 03:10 AM
  Thread: Why so inactive?
Post: RE: Why so inactive?

We're all busy little boys; that's why it's inactive.
Dritz Off topic 21 12,977 28-11-2012, 06:28 PM
  Thread: Hey ki113d here
Post: RE: Hey ki113d here

It's almost exactly like Java! Some even debate it's better than Java. (It's faster at least) But, the grandfather language is still C.
Dritz 16 8,540 22-11-2012, 05:09 AM
  Thread: Hey ki113d here
Post: RE: Hey ki113d here

@kill3d Well, just about anything based on c is pretty nice. @NeoTerra Exactly! That's why I've been encouraging my classmates to check out Python. No one really uses VB.NET for anything useful.
Dritz 16 8,540 22-11-2012, 01:32 AM
  Thread: Hi :D
Post: RE: Hi :D

So, do you browse 4Chan a lot? TROLLLL!!! Welcome to the forum, and enjoy the absence of Trackblack threads.
Dritz 3 2,931 20-11-2012, 11:39 PM
  Thread: Hey ki113d here
Post: RE: Hey ki113d here

HEY! I was wondering where you went! All of that python code in my beginning days has really helped me out in school. I've really learned a lot from you. Python is like VB.NET done right. LOL ...
Dritz 16 8,540 20-11-2012, 11:25 PM