Kaffeine playback jerky

david d.mcglone at att.net
Thu Sep 4 03:02:13 BST 2008

On Wednesday 03 September 2008 3:22:20 pm Knapp wrote:
> > A while back I purchased an Asus EeePC with Xandros Linux installed.
> > It's kernel was hardwired to not recognize anything over 1gig memory. I
> > wanted 2gig. To make a long tedious story short. After trashing my boot
> > sequence a couple times using vi and having to reload the OS I did
> > finally get working. I would just about rather have that root canal
> > without anesthetic  than use it again.
> I can understand that. The first week of daily use of VIM must include
> a handy quick reference sheet by your side at all times. This is a
> power tool that you can use for life. You must learn how to use it and
> develop skills with it. The first time you tied you shoes, I bet you
> wished they had not invented shoelaces. All skills for complex tasks
> are like that. Once you master VIM you can do really incredible things
> with it in just a few key strokes.
> This link goes to a page of cool things that you can do with VIM but
> keep in mind it is ADVANCED for the most part. Don't let it scare you
> off. See my vim thread for more because we are way off topic for
> helping this poor slow drive. Did this problem get fixed??????
> http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Best_Vim_Tips

Ha Ha, in my last post I wanted to close it by asking whether the sdparm 
command worked and if his video quit being jerky, but I didn't want to sound 

It apparently seems that we started off trying to solve his problem and 
somehow redirected his attention to downloading the VIM manual and now he's 
learning VIM.

Comical? I'd say so.

David M.

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