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if you use a network drive for the USB storage, you can access the drive from your PC over the network. so you get PC --- network ---> USB Storage --- plugged into ---> Embedded device. Cycling the power on the USB storage will cause it to be detected as inserted on the embedded device.


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what about dd: srchost:$ dd if=/sourcefile of=/dev/ssd1 bs=1G count=1000 skip=[0,1000,...] move disk... dsthost:$ dd if=/dev/ssd1 bs=1G >> /finalfile


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A firewall set properly could block all programs that try to talk out to the web without having been told they can by you. (barring the fact that things can craftily take other routes there). I use the "Windows firewall notifier" program, which can set the windows own firewall into actually working, and uses windows own logging to alert. Then it becomes a ...


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I have been using a keylogger and my AntiVirus flagged it as a virus today. I would like to know if its been sending a log over the internet as opposed to just keeping it locally like it should be. You can use netstat to see if your logger has a socket open. See The netstat command can now display process IDs.... Related: the antivirus probably flagged ...


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I have used Fastcopy and terracopy for years in windows, either of them make good replacements for the windows copy paste methods, both have a comparison routine. I think someone said the compare method for fastcopy is a "better" method. Both of them have caught very minor errors I caused myself by having ram timed incorrectaly. There are other ...


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The program you've been looking for is xxcopy. I too had this desire to do a binary file compare when copying oh, a few hundred thousand files for forensic analysis. I didn't care it took a little longer, I didn't want to have to create a SFV or MD5 file and then run another program on the files afterward, I wanted something that did the DOS "fc" command ...


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Overhead for starting and finish the transfer take extra time. You can see this locally when transferring files too, it takes less time to transfer 1 100MB file than 100 1MB files.


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I'm afraid you can't do it only with your iTunes. You have to apply for third-party software to achieve the goal. One more thing to be mentioned, the format of the video must be compatible with which is in iPhone. iPhone can only recognize file with .M4V, .MP4, and .MOV extensions and compressed in H.264 or MPEG-4.


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The reason why this feature has never been implemented is right here in front of your eyes. You just need to read through the comments to see that it is an extremely unpopular feature. Add the overhead required for such operation, and there you have your answer: it is not going to be implemented as a default feature on any major OS anytime soon.


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It removes geo tagging and all other tags including date taken on many files. Date taken defaults to the date created on the computer or last modified. It really messes things up if you have spent a lot of time adding locations, captions, people tags, and more. Since most photo viewing apps are sorting by location and or date it just ruins the whole ...


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obex_tcp is the wrong tool (TCP is not related to IrDA). You need either ircp (comes with openobex) or obexpushd (depends on openobex).



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