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Interesting approach

You might note that Planet Debian allows you to collapse authors? That was my solution to really not wanting to read particular individuals.

Your approach seems good too though :)

Comment by Steve Kemp
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I've used yahoo pipes to filter unwanted "noise" from feeds via regex with great success. Very easy to craft stuff like this on the fly.
Comment by Jim
My alternative

Hi, the way you do seems interesting. Till some time ago I was used to use akregator, but now I've change to rss2email [0]. What I do is running through cron the program rss2email which fetchs the feeds and sends them to my email inbox. There I order, sort and in case blacklist the feeds using the mailbox filters.

The advantage is that I can access them from wherever I am (through IMAP as well as webmail access), the filtering are really powerful and easy to set, it's in sync on every computer that I use.

[0] http://www.allthingsrss.com/rss2email/

Comment by risca
DMIDECODE arguments

If I remember well the dmidecode package is not installed by default.

You can invoke dmidecode to get the BIOS version only:

$ sudo dmidecode -s bios-version

But using cat as you mentioned does not require admin privileges.

Comment by Fabian Rodriguez
--worktree-attributes
nah dog, if you commit the .gitattributes file first you don't need that option. go look up the definition of worktree as it relates to git
Comment by Anonymous
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Thank you for this step by step guide. Very helpful.

@Djadala: never worked for me on my T430s

Comment by kai
easy way

Hi, there is easy way, install grub-imageboot, put iso file in /boot/images, update-grub, reboot. From grub menu select your iso file.

This works for me. Regards, Jamil Djadala

Comment by Djadala