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According to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, there are several places that are acceptable, depending on the application. I'm quoting from it extensively here. bin is short for "binary" of course sbin is short for "server binary", otherwise defined as: Utilities used for system administration (and other root-only commands) /usr is for shareable, ...


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username: admin password: admin http://docs.codehaus.org/display/SONAR/Authentication#Authentication-AdminCredentials


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The easiest way to reset to defaults would probably be to delete the configuration files. This also means you can back them up if you ever want them back. Notepad++ uses the follwowing path for settings using a default installation settings: %APPDATA%\Notepad++ In that directory there are several .xml configuration files. Remove the ones you want to ...


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Try the following. Press key to get search box. Type default and you’ll get Default Programs as a result. Select Google Chrome and click Set this program as default. Click OK.


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Click on the gear in the top right corner of IE. Click on Manage add-ons In Add-on Type select Search Providers In the bottom of the window, click on Find more search providers ... A new window will open, click on Google Search NOTE: If nothing happens after clicking Google Search press F12 and the Developer Tools will appear in the bottom of the window. ...


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It could be a third party shell extension like in this blog post. Some other application on your machine installed an extension that runs inside of explorer and it is setting the CPU affinity. I don't believe that there is anything built into Windows that saves CPU affinity settings.


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There are two methods: Default settings These are the default settings on my Macbook Pro (early 2011), note that for example "Tap to Click" and the "Secondary Click" are deactivated by default. Resetting tracking speed Go to the Terminal.app and enter: defaults delete .GlobalPreferences com.apple.trackpad.scaling defaults delete .GlobalPreferences ...


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The vast majority are set to 192.168.1/24. Additionally, some also default to 192.168.0/24 and then there are a very small number that default to 10.1.1/24 or 10.0.0/24. (The final octet of the gateway IP {the router's IP address} is almost always .1, although I've seen a few that were defaulted to .254 over the years.)


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They will only be within http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc1918 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 (10/8 prefix) 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255.255 (172.16/12 prefix) 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 (192.168/16 prefix) And that's not just the defaults, that's all you can set them to too. Those are the 3 private IP ranges. As specified by ...


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I can't work out how to do this with File -> New -> New Drawing, but there is a workaround: These settings are saved in template files. So either create a new template or; change the snap and glue settings one of the existing templates. To create a new template: Open Visio and select New -> New Drawing (US or Metric). Turn Snap and Glue off as normal ...


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Contents on OS X 10.8.3 from Apple's Open Source web site: # System-wide .profile for sh(1) if [ -x /usr/libexec/path_helper ]; then eval `/usr/libexec/path_helper -s` fi if [ "${BASH-no}" != "no" ]; then [ -r /etc/bashrc ] && . /etc/bashrc fi For a more general solution (or when you don't find it on opensource.apple.com), you ...


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You can set permissions for registry keys. Just remove Edit permissions from SYSTEM and the Administrators group and the key should be effectively read only. However if that does not work you can just use the reg command in a start-up script and have it reset your key every time you unlock your computer.


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The way that sublime is closed, determines the behavior. Completely closing Sublime with CMD + q will cause sublime to cache the open files, and resume them on startup. Closing just the window with CMD + w or Shift + CMD + w or Clicking the red button close button in the corner will cause Sublime to prompt to save the file. It will ...


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The new-tab url is about:newtab


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Go to C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\notepad++ (type your username instead of "Administrator" in the above path) Delete the file "stylers.xml". Restart Notepad++


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Go to Excel options (in 2007 or later, go to the circle in the upper left corner, click Excel Options, go to Save and change the Default file location to whatever you need.


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This seems to be one of the most-disputed features of OOo.Calc. Calc needs to know whether to treat input as number or as text. It defaults to number, since it's main purpose is calculating stuff. Up to now, AFAIK there are only two methods to preserve the literal string: Put an apostrophe (') before the string, telling Calc that the data following should ...


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The method I use is this. It can be a real PIA to have to keep changing the setting back and forth depending on if you are printing color. So I would recommend setting up two printers in control panel. One that is set to print in color and the other which is set to print in black and white. Most color printers also have a black and white only driver for ...


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Just backing up the registry or using the Windows System Restore is not enough. System Restore backs up system files of certain extensions (.exe, .dll, etc.). You need to take a full snapshot of your PC using an imaging/cloning program like Norton Ghost. There are some free alternatives to Norton's Ghost: Clonezilla: Clonezilla is an open source solution ...


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Line numbers: :set number Top toolbar deactivated: :set guioptions-=T Auto-indenting activated: :filetype indent on Be aware that you can turn off the menu bar as well, see ":help 'guioptions'". Also, you may want to do ":filetype indent plugin on" as well as ":syntax on". See ":help :filetype".


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Really it comes down to personal preference. I'll explain mine for what its worth. /usr, /usr/bin are usually places for software installed by the system to be installed. When I install things myself, I intall in one of several places: If it's a script or small program only I will use, I install it in ~/bin - this is where most of my stuff ends up. If ...


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A person with a similar problem has found a solution at this link www.computing.net - ie7-default-paper-size. He/She found that IE would revert to 5.08mm bottom print margin if an attempt was made for anything below this measument. Your 4.09 may be kicking this very trigger and thus IE reverts to it comfortable 5.08 when you switch printers. IE would ...


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Earlier, BIOS allowed you to set the USB drive higher than the hard drive. Now, most new BIOS programs remove the USB drive from the list if it is not detected at bootup. You can enable the boot-up password. This will give you enough time fix a USB drive if need be.


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If you have a shortcut that starts cmd.exe, right-click on it, choose Properties, and change 'Start in' to the desired directory.


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On modern linux systems, cp no longer prompts to overwrite file. If it used to do that before, than you probably lost an alias. Add alias cp='cp -i' at the end of or /etc/bash.bashrc. Logout and log back in console to take effect.


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Linux cp does not, by default, prompt you when overwriting. If it used to, then as @mirkobrankovic said, it was most likely defined as an alias. User specific aliases are usually in ~/.bashrc and global aliases are in /etc/bash.bashrc. You probably had an alias in one of those files that turned cp into cp -i if you were asked before overwriting. To set ...


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The JEDEC information tags are manufacturer tags included on the memory to signal what the safe-tested settings are for each frequency listed. The top portion is the current setting. If you cross-reference the the tag list with the settings, you'll see that "yes" they are what the manufacturer says are the correct numbers, or almost nearly so. Can you trust ...


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Solution Press Win+R, type or paste regedit.exe in the text box, and press Enter. Navigate to the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop Locate the ForegroundFlashCount value, and set it to 1. Note In case the value is missing, create a new DWORD (32-bit) value. While you could set it to 0, that would prevent modal dialog boxes ...


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You can create a .bat which changes all the sound schemes using the registry. The sounds are located at HKEY_CURRENT_USER\AppEvents\Schemes\Apps\.Default\.Default\ You can write a batch file that goes through each entry and sets it to whatever you want. Then, place a shortcut to that bat into the C:\Users\[User]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start ...



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