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Configuring Opera 10 with a more classic/cleaner interface

Posted 02-14-2012 at 11:38 AM by catkin
Updated 02-14-2012 at 11:39 AM by catkin (Fixed double quote in wrong place)

Disabling Speed Dial (allows a blank page at Start-up)
  1. In the Opera address bar, type in about:config or opera:config.
  2. User Prefs → Speed Dial State and set it to 3 (disabled).
  3. Save (bottom of page).
Now can get a blank page at start-up by Preferences → General and setting Start-up to "Start with Speed Dial".

Panel at top with text instead of icons
  1. Make the panel bar visible (F4 toggles visibility).
  2. Menu → Appearance (F12) → Toolbars
  3. Click
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inverse graphics objects printing (with text printing okay)

Posted 02-13-2012 at 05:15 AM by Yury_T

For those of you who's getting inverse (black in place of white and vice versa) graphics objects in your printouts in an environment similar to "out-of-the-box" slackware 13.37 on 64-bit platform (so, ghostscript 9.00):

Just upgrade ghostscript to 9.02. The problem is the GS previos version's pstoraster.

Many thanks to Michael R. Sweet for his CUPS raster viewer (http://www.easysw.com/~mike/rasterview/) which enabled me to pinpoint the problem quickly!
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Handling all file names safely in Bash

Posted 02-11-2012 at 01:09 PM by Nominal Animal
Updated 04-16-2012 at 03:41 AM by Nominal Animal (Fuller fixes.)
Tags bash, filename, nul

In Linux, each file or directory name (or more generally, pathname component) is just a string of bytes. It always ends with the C end-of-string mark, ASCII NUL: a zero. Value 47, ASCII /, is also reserved for use as a separator between pathnames.

Bash can read ASCII NUL separated data using read -d "" variable. It will, however, remove leading and trailing characters that match IFS, and return false (nonzero status) if the input does not have a final NUL. This applies to...
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NetBSD 5.1.2 has just been released, and of course it runs on....

Posted 02-11-2012 at 07:55 AM by tallship

Just about everything under the sun!

For Details on today's NetBSD 5.1.2 release:

http://northtech.us/content/20120211...released-today
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Hero Honda Splendor fork oil change

Posted 02-11-2012 at 01:36 AM by catkin

The easiest way to do this job is to remove the drain plugs but the part that they screw into within the slider may turn. If that happens a special tool is required to hold it. The procedure described here avoids that danger; it does not need any special tools.

Note on terms: the fork tube (a.k.a. stanchion) is attached to the yokes (a.k.a. triple tree) which pivot in the frame while the slider (a.k.a tube) holds the wheel. The least ambiguous terms, "stanchion" and "slider",...
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