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You should never need to communicate directly to a pure NAT gateway (ie. a device that does port/address rewriting and nothing else). However, you probably don't have one of those. The typical home router provides, in addition to NAT, DHCP, DNS resolving, possibly an NTP server, UPnP hole-punching, and assorted other services. If you're sure your server ...


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As it turns out, the spaces in the file were actually two characters, 0xD0 0xA0 (Unicode? Maybe it's just a coincidence that those look like CR/LF left shifted 4 bits... They also appear as a single blank character, not two). A clue right off the bat was the error message - it should have only displayed the command, not the parameters, but there wasn't any ...


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Would this work? Should work on already-running processes: taskset -cp 0-3 `pid of mc5` taskset -cp 4-7 `pid of mc26`


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If you have installed java to a particular location cd /PATH/TO/YOUR/INSTALLATION/DIR ./ControlPanel


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It seems there aren't a lot of programs to do this...I found two Perl scripts that kinda work. lslnk.pl and lnk-parse Use them like this: <whicheverscript> Name.lnk


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find . -type f | while read IN; do if [ "x$(file -b --mime-type $IN)" = "ximage/png" ]; then convert png:$IN jpg:$IN.jpg; fi; done; Meaning of arguments: . Find in the current directory -type f Just find files, not directories/sockets/etc. while read IN; do Put each filename into the variable IN and run the loop on it. if [ "x$(file -b ...


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-bash: ssh-add/Users/KesongXie/.ssh/id_dsa: No such file or directory is a strange error message - It means Bash thought you tried to run the literal command ssh-add/Users/KesongXie/.ssh/id_dsa. Are you sure you used an ASCII space (0x20) after ssh-add?



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