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    Native H.264 video support for firefox?

    Err, that's it. Can I get it? Using Debian Squeeze.

    Thanks any help.
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    It does not hold for made up data; no one doubts...

    It does not hold for made up data; no one doubts this. Perhaps, to ponce about a bit, you could deem this evidence of free will.

    Seriously no one disputes it does not hold for made up data.
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    One feature of Bentham's Law, making it...

    One feature of Bentham's Law, making it dangerous, is its forensic ability to, as it were, look back in time. A bit like Baye's Theorem.:)

    If someone has made up, invented, the data which they...
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    Bit too old for homework unfortunately. :) ...

    Bit too old for homework unfortunately. :)

    Thanks.

    cut -c1-5 filename

    gives the first five characters of each line for example.

    After removing initial zeros from the numbers in the above...
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    Getting rid of initial zeros?

    Hi boys and girls. Sorry to be lazy but you can probably do this and I can't.

    Have a text file, like this:



    1.08
    2.85
    1.8
    0.2
  6. Cannot block google analytics with ghostery firefox addon with noscript?

    Using Debian Squeeze. If use firefox with only the addon Ghostery tracker blocker and NoScript (which blocks scripts from websites) in use, no others. Then Ghostery does not, apparently, usually...
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    Simplest thing is to have the Gnome desktop -...

    Simplest thing is to have the Gnome desktop - which can be ponced up big time to stop it being dull - and then a red symbol appears every few days and clicking it upgrades the thing.
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    Don't know much about this sort of stuff - so...

    Don't know much about this sort of stuff - so just practicing on your specs.

    According to http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130395 the minimum power supply if you are using...
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    Gracias. Who'd have thought it, very strange,...

    Gracias. Who'd have thought it, very strange, perhaps the rationale is 'It's not ambiguous so allow it.'
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    I'm afraid it would.:) Understand echo 4 f3 >...

    I'm afraid it would.:) Understand echo 4 f3 > tee gives tee containing 4 f3, but how is the first code snippet equivalent to this?
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    Apparently mysterious output?

    Got this puzzling error, well it bloody puzzles me:

    echo $(echo "$(cat file1)/$(cat file2)"|bc) > tee f3

    Trying ineptly to use the command tee. Instead got a file called 'tee' and it was not...
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    echo $(echo "$(cat f1)/$(cat f2)"|bc) > f3 ...

    echo $(echo "$(cat f1)/$(cat f2)"|bc) > f3

    Tried that at the command line and it seemed to work. $(....) is easier to read than backtics. Incidentally I think > is not called a pipe - a...
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    Great thanks. Yours is probably the better way...

    Great thanks.

    Yours is probably the better way but solved my problem by re-naming the modules, put a ~ on the end, rebooting, and then the kernel simply could not find the modules so they did not...
  14. You may be right but I tried it and it did not...

    You may be right but I tried it and it did not seem to work - admit I could have cocked something up.

    The file you mention does not exist on my system, Debian Squeeze: /etc/modules is a file not a...
  15. Preventing the kernel autoloading modules.

    Had the problem that the kernel was autoloading the module saa7134 on boot and then refusing to unload it on the ground it was 'in use'.

    An internet search gave the impression that this was a...
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    Stop kernel loading module on startup?

    Is it possibele to stop the kernel autoloading the module saa7134 and saa7134-alsa on startup? Tried /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist but it explicitly says it does not affect dernel autoload. Huge thanks...
  17. alt+shift+arrow to slide to next desktop in KDE?

    Want to use above keybinding, or keyboard shortcut or whatever, to move from virtual desktop to virtual desktop in KDE. Completely unable to find out how. Anyone know? KDE ?4.1. Thanks.
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    Mencoder for TV.

    Always have great difficulty with mencoder, the mplayer recording thing.

    I use tvtime to watch TV mostly. On my system, mysteriously, this stops mencoder from working. To get it to work run ...
  19. MPlayer mp4 problem fixed on Debian Lenny.

    Using Debian Lenny 5 backport up-to-date. 2.6.30-bpo.1-amd64 .

    MPlayer would not play *.mp4 files satisfactorily. They paused every third of a second or so, then ran on, paused then ran on;...
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    I agree, it is allround good news. But just put:...

    I agree, it is allround good news. But just put: debian-multimedia.org in the box at the top of the browser and no problem. It seems to still exist.
  21. Great thanks. I thought it was a lot faster than...

    Great thanks. I thought it was a lot faster than tor, but don't really know on reflection. Tor is very slow if there are graphics on the site??

    On the off chance, is it safe to allow tor to use...
  22. Know nothing - is this anonymizer a good idea?

    http://rosinstrument.com/cgi-proxy.htm

    If you put a url in this thing it goes to the site. I am wondering if a site seems a bit dodgy I should use this facility, but have no idea about this sort...
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    Huge thanks. I'll try bluetooth and get back for...

    Huge thanks. I'll try bluetooth and get back for the reference. Using Debian Lenny 5 backport.
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    That's beautiful, thanks. I'm going out to get...

    That's beautiful, thanks.

    I'm going out to get said dongle now. Be a bit pissed off if project does not work.:)

    EDIT: How about a USB cable, that costs 6 British pounds, at a guess bluetooth...
  25. Thread: _amd64?

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    There's this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IA64...

    There's this:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IA64

    Incidentally 'friendly' may not be a unqualified good obviously.

    While in this case your complaint may well be justified, the term friendly may...
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