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  Thread: NFS
Post: RE: NFS

What about RTFM or search the internet a little? Or maybe even use proper grammar?
klr Security & Cryptography 3 2,747 19-11-2012, 03:34 AM
  Thread: [Python] Learning Python 2.x
Post: RE: [Python] Learning Python 2.x

I'm currently learning Python, it's my first language although I've tried learning programming before. I found this which is great, it's several full length lectures and also a great explaining pape...
klr Programming On Unix 8 6,930 30-10-2012, 06:49 AM
  Thread: systemd
Post: RE: systemd

Hmm, I've always thought that Crux was fairly simple such as Arch Linux, but that's just stuff I've heard. I don't understand how you can state that Debian GNU/Linux is similar to Arch Linux, but let...
klr GNU/Linux 15 7,891 29-10-2012, 07:29 PM
  Thread: systemd
Post: RE: systemd

Sorry for being off-topic but are there any distributions out there similar to the past Arch Linux? I've heard Crux was similar but it ain't made for 64-bit and I don't think I want to run that commun...
klr GNU/Linux 15 7,891 29-10-2012, 04:31 PM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

(24-08-2012, 07:07 AM)Beastie Wrote: xterm is huge. urxvt is way lighter and can be sexier ;) Hehe, true, but as I said, I have not had the best experience with urxvt, and when I switch to st will u...
klr Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,687 825,398 24-08-2012, 02:27 PM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

(23-08-2012, 04:58 PM)Beastie Wrote: you really use xterm? and st is pretty buggy, go for rxvt-unicode. Yes I do, I've got less trouble with xterm than with urxvt. Reason why I'll switch to st is ma...
klr Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,687 825,398 24-08-2012, 02:49 AM
  Thread: Unix screen-shots thread!
Post: RE: Unix screen-shots thread!

[Image: http://ompldr.org/vZjdwdA/screen.png] EDIT: Fixed link, also, it's monsterwm, with floating mode as defualt, I only use tiling when working. I'm using conky and the terminal is xterm, gonna s...
klr Desktop Customization & Workflow 1,687 825,398 23-08-2012, 03:52 PM
  Thread: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue
Post: RE: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue

I've installed it, I first tried latest but it didn't want to compile, GLIB 2.21.3 compiled though. I'll uninstall it and see if I can find a package instead.
klr GNU/Linux 4 2,768 21-08-2012, 01:29 AM
  Thread: What spoken languages do you know?
Post: RE: What spoken languages do you know?

Svenska English Español
klr Off topic 83 31,742 20-08-2012, 06:17 PM
  Thread: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue
Post: RE: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue

Not really, I don't think that is an issue on Slackware. Thanks for trying to help though.
klr GNU/Linux 4 2,768 20-08-2012, 03:19 PM
  Thread: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue
Post: [slackware]libsoup/glib2.26.1 issue

Hi, I'm currently trying to install webkit on my slackware64 fresh minimal install. It requires icu4c and libsoup. I have install icu4c. But now when I try to install libsoup it complains about glib n...
klr GNU/Linux 4 2,768 20-08-2012, 02:40 PM
  Thread: What Music have you been into recently?
Post: RE: What Music have you been into recently?

Asking Alexandria: You must be kidding me. Bring Me The Horizon: Pretty good. Gojira: Pretty good. Rammstein: No, pretty good live though. Suicide Silence: Please no. The other ones is not really my ...
klr Off topic 31 15,575 15-08-2012, 08:48 AM
  Thread: Hi.
Post: RE: Hi.

@Prominent Thanks. @Robby Thanks.
klr 10 4,185 15-08-2012, 08:42 AM
  Thread: Hi.
Post: RE: Hi.

@NeoTerra Thanks.
klr 10 4,185 14-08-2012, 12:05 PM
  Thread: [C] Arrays tutorial Part 1
Post: RE: [C] Arrays tutorial Part 1

I actually didn't understand K&R's explaination of arrays, so this is a big savior for me. +1 Thanks.
klr Programming On Unix 3 2,487 13-08-2012, 06:24 PM
  Thread: Raspberry Pi <3
Post: RE: Raspberry Pi <3

What is its purpose and/or useful for? Or is it all just about the hack value? EDIT: Did some research, I think I gonna order one.
klr Other Embedded Platforms and Hardware Hacking 63 29,862 13-08-2012, 12:03 PM
  Thread: What Music have you been into recently?
Post: RE: What Music have you been into recently?

I'm mostly listening to Vildhjarta and Humanity's Last Breath: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cEU2kj68Is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mIcFhBW3L2Q But I also listening to Niffla's music: http://niff...
klr Off topic 31 15,575 13-08-2012, 11:55 AM
  Thread: Hi.
Post: RE: Hi.

@Test-Run Thank you. @Jayro Thank you.
klr 10 4,185 13-08-2012, 11:50 AM
  Thread: Hi.
Post: RE: Hi.

@Beastie Thank you. @Alexander Thank you, hehe.
klr 10 4,185 13-08-2012, 07:28 AM
  Thread: Hello, which OS to choose as a beginner?
Post: RE: Hello, which OS to choose as a beginner?

I would recommend Debian over Crunchbang, isen't Crunchbang just plain Debian but with Openbox, different pre-installed programs and a uniqe theme? Anyway, Debian got good documentation, and is very e...
klr GNU/Linux 10 4,529 12-08-2012, 07:10 PM
  Thread: MonsterWM configs.
Post: RE: MonsterWM configs.

Cool to see more monsterwm users! :) I must say it's great, and thanks for sharing your configs.
klr Desktop Customization & Workflow 5 4,172 12-08-2012, 06:58 PM
  Thread: Why Use Linux?
Post: RE: Why Use Linux?

I think a good reason to switch to GNU/Linux is since it respect the users freedom, at least if you choose one of the truly free distros(like Trisquel etc.). That's mostly why it was made(at least the...
klr GNU/Linux 14 6,572 12-08-2012, 06:04 PM
  Thread: Hi.
Post: Hi.

Hi, I'm klr, from sweden. I've used GNU/Linux since my first computer, currently I'm running Debian but I gonna switch to Source Mage when I got some time. I have tried FreeBSD, and will try OpenBSD a...
klr 10 4,185 12-08-2012, 05:57 PM