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I wanted to call myself "Shellman the Ingenious Tortoise", but it didn't fit the name field on ...

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I'm a father, musician, academic, work psychologist and former sysadmin. Skalman (Shellman) is a character in a Swedish comic for kids. He is an ingenious tortoise who invents all sorts of things, including spacecraft and time machines. He's also a know-it-all, and he slavishly follows his food-and-sleep clock (which is why people used to call me 'Skalman').

I toot as an academic/psychologist as @drbjork and as a musician as @bluebirch. I'm also in Swedish as @fenomenologen.

What happened to season four of the British TV-series Sherlock? I just can't watch it. It's so embarrassingly bad.

Looking for a decent that can manage some . Priority is disk, memory and GPU. Display must not be perfect, neither must speakers.

Any suggestions?

Exactly one year ago I came into contact with @Linuxtjej on an online forum and she immediately turned my world upside-down.

This morning, I woke up beside her and we discussed how to make everyday life work.

Life slowly turning downside-up.

I love you, @Linuxtjej. ❀️

Two weeks ago I forgot my headphones at the hotel I was staying at too. I haven't got around to call them yet.

That was the second time I forgot my headphones.

My MacBook power chord was lost at a hotel in Copenhagen in 2014.

#linux #thrashing Show more

How to avoid on a workstation (laptop)? Two or three users logged in on virtual consoles, two or three instances of running, and -- boom, system unresponsive due to .

That really should never happen on a workstation. The is obviously not optimized for workstations.

I recall a good web page describing different methods of handling this, but I can't find it now.

How do you tune a workstation to avoid memory race conditions and workstation blocked by constant swapping?

I've looked into this but it seems a bit complex for the average desktop user. And kernel on a desktop tuned as a server doesn't make sense.

Selfie, eye contact Show more

The joy of living in a condominium Show more

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