@Terryphi I have been using Debian with various desktops. I like switching desktops to keep up with them. I am currently trying out ArcoLinux. I have Knoppix 8.2 on a thumb drive. I just love the freedom of being able to switch between distros and desktops.
@2635599 FYI, I "am" in my right mind. After all you did state something about "who in their right mind." In my original post I did state I had mp3 files too. All my CD music have been converted to mp3 a long time ago. The music I have downloaded from the web is in mp3 format. I have both WMA and mp3. As far as file size goes I have a long way to before my HDD is even close to being half full. I got the room.
Depend on what is used as names for fields in CSV and what is needed in targeted VCF.
Perhaps someone will code it for you after some payment.
After a month now adamlevine, have you managed to get your printer in order?
Their forum is a good place to find support.
The auto-hide top panel is a bummer for me too.
Takes forever to get an updated extension for latest Gnome.
How about a bit of transparency in the mean time?
From what I understood, ReactOS reuses more of the native windows dlls and drivers than Wine can do. That way it has an easier fallback in case some things are not ready yet. So Wine and ReactOS compatibility are not identical.
But I only tried ReactOS for a very brief time many years ago, so I am far from an expert on this and I am likely wrong.
I updated to Fedora 27, which seams tad more faster. Even my old Wacom Tablet is now working with Wayland
The only problem is the 4 Tablet Buttons don't map in the correct order. Other than that, it works
@cantankrus Hi, ta, uh, ok. Sad but understandable... no, actually it's not really that understandable. I'm pretty surprised, given the popularity of Conky, that this was not solved/fixed years ago.
You know, later that same day/night that i did my post, i discovered how to achieve my goal outside of Conky, via a Plasma5 widget i put into the bottom panel [& it does use the right units]. If a Conky solution was available, i'd use that on my desktop too, but oh well, i can get by like this.
You should be able to add -C to the invocation somewhere (I'm surprised the distro hasn't already), but you might be able to send this from another tty. (Ctrl+Alt+F2-6).
Of course you'd have to remember in the spur of the moment, but after having started dd a few times while forgetting to pass the "give me info" flag I've started to remember killall -USR1 dd so for me it might work knowing that e2fsck is the same.