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You should be able to just change the filename to whatever extension you need. Windows will confirm that you're changing the extension, but unless the file was corrupted or changed beyond the extension it should work fine.


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Does anyone know how to stop this? I always turn on the "Show all filename extensions" in the Finder -> Preferences. Obviously you could turn it on, tweak the name of the file and then turn it back off if you didn't want to run with this setting all of the time.


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From Microsoft: Managing Add-ons for IE. Internet Explorer is designed to provide an add-on free experience, and will play HTML5 and many Adobe Flash videos without needing to install a separate add-on. You'll only be able to install and use add-ons Internet Explorer for the desktop. There are, however, some popular addons for IE available. A ...


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This folder is created by Package Control, whenever a package is upgraded or deleted. It is there as a backup (well, duh :) ) in case something goes wrong during the process, or you want to revert. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to ever be pruned, hence the accumulation over time. If everything is fine with Package Control, and all plugins are working ...


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Short answer: No. Longer answer: The DVI spec doesn't specifically state a max length for a single cable, but it does suggest that 4.6m (15 ft) is generally the longest you'll get that will still support resolutions up to 1920x1200 pixels. If you want longer than that you'll need to look into a DVI Booster, which by the looks of the first Google hit I ...


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I see you just selected an answer... However, if you are going to spend that much money on a DVI Booster, why not just buy a laptop or tablet? You can hook the laptop to the monitor and have much more control. In a addition to that, the laptop or tablet is portable.


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Purchase a network switch (5 ports is probably plenty) and place it in the "man cave." Connect the CAT5 cable you currently have running out there to one port of the switch, then get a couple new CAT5 cables to connect your other devices to the switch.


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A .lnk file is a shortcut file. It's just a shortcut to the Excel file, not the actual Excel file. If you don't have the Excel file the shortcut points to, then ask whomever sent you the LNK to send you the actual Excel file instead.


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One way is to look at the files available: # See which kernel modules are available ls /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/net/netfilter/ # See which iptables extensions are available ls /usr/lib/iptables/ The filenames have a prefix and suffix, but you can just ignore that when looking for a particular module.


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Connection tracking is already recording things about the tracked connections, like whether one connection is related to another (such as a new FTP DATA connection being related to an existing FTP session, even though it's on a different port.) The conntrack iptables extension provides additional criteria you can use in iptables rules to match the tracked ...


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Use the Package Control website. You can search for packages in a number of ways, and view their associated README documents. Other information provided includes version compatibility, links to source on Github or other repositories, links to issues, the ability to donate to the author, package popularity information, including a graph of the number of ...



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