notfed

Columbus, OH

petio.org

Age: 28

C, C#, Java, JavaScript, PowerShell, Bash, Perl, x86asm, LaTeX, HTML/CSS, Windows, Linux

11h
comment Full disk encryption with password-less authentication in Linux
@strugee: if you're using LUKS, zeroing out the LUKS header makes the entire volume unrecoverable. If your using plain headerless dm-crypt, then yes, it is still recoverable later on with a password.
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comment How do I boot into true text mode?
I found that I had to do this ** worked when I also delete "quiet splash"
Jan
28
accepted How can I turn sticky edges off when it is already said to be disabled?
Jan
27
comment The provider is not compatible with the version of Oracle client
The bin and obj folders are output folders; this is where dlls go when you build your project. You should be able to delete these folders at any time without creating conflict. Usually these folders are ignored in source control. The standard practice is to create an External References folder where you put your referenced dlls.
Jan
27
accepted How to move emails from outlook express to outlook on a different computer?
Jan
26
comment How do I recursively delete all files or folders whose names match a pattern in Windows?
This helped me, thanks. I'd recommend changing the C: to .--I just ran it not realizing you pointed it to C:--good thing you didn't put the Remove-Item in there :)
Jan
26
comment How do I recursively delete all files or folders whose names match a pattern in Windows?
How would I delete all files not named "test.txt"?
Jan
26
comment The provider is not compatible with the version of Oracle client
It's a really bad idea to add a reference to dlls in a bin folder.
Jan
23
awarded Curious
Jan
22
comment Ubuntu installer uninstalls packages at end-how to stop this?
Yep, thanks, sorry :) Wrote that late at night from a phone :)
Jan
22
asked Ubuntu installer uninstalls packages at end-how to stop this?
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
Ah, okay, great I'll try it out, thanks
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
Hmm...I think this will fail to find MyPassWord if it falls any 1Mb boundary. +1 though
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
@dataless: I'm sort of surprised this sort of thing doesn't already exist in the UNIX world...sure it may not always be a good idea, but still...
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
@dataless: And yes, I realize the data might not be adjacent. Let's assume that I know that it is.
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
@dataless: That's a good idea...I'd really prefer to be able to do the replacement in-place, though.
Jan
21
awarded Editor
Jan
21
revised Find/replace on block device?
use 10 X's
Jan
21
comment Find/replace on block device?
@Anthon: Oops, yes I meant to assume that, I counted my X's wrong.
Jan
21
asked Find/replace on block device?
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