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What’s the easiest way to install Subversion and run that one line of code just one time? Just click “Download ZIP” on GitHub. You don’t need to install anything if all you want is to download it once.
Same problem here. After latest Win 8.1 update FTP is failing in exactly the same way as described above. Doing the same with two FTP clients (DW and Filezilla) uploading to two different servers. Temporary fix here is to use FireFTP in Firefox. The only one I have tried that doesn't have the problem.
What’s the easiest way to install Subversion and run that one line of code just one time? Generally, what I would do in a case of “which version of the commonly used software should I install” like this is to just pick the software that: Is most up to date and most basic to common everyday software client usage. Can handle basic core software ...
This issue doesn't look software-related to me. It could be the issues with your PC's memory. I advise you to run a scan with Memtest86+. Leave it overnight if you can. Don't use Windows' built-in memory diagnostic, it never worked for me. Other causes could include damaged cables, faulty network cards\switches and strong electromagnetic interference (is ...
I had the same problem on my system , so I tried to adjust my Xampp like it is shown but It didn't work for me. I tried to adjust it little more and found the problem. In my case when I type my localhost in the "Use base URL:" I type it like the example above "Use base URL: http://localhost/" but like I said it didn't work for me. The browser opened a blank ...
Chocolatey is a possibility. It has the overhead that you need to install chocolatey. But chocolatey has many benefits one of which would be that installing svn would just be running choco install svn to install the svn package from a administrator DOS box.
If you remove the hosts entry you made, and then perform an NSLookup on the domain name does it resolve to the same IP they instructed you to put in the HOSTS file? I'm guessing it won't, and if that's correct then it's most likely because they've only configured a specific server instance to deliver your PHP (especially since you keep using terms like ...
This is done by the kernel scheduler, when a process is scheduled to run, the time it is running is added to the total for that process. The scheduler chooses a process to run 100 to 1000 times per second, depending on the OS and the configuration. (This amount of time is the time slice.) A sleep(10) will use less than a microsecond of CPU time because it ...
It's likely less about the traffic that it is creating and more about the server load it's creating. Without seeing the code, I can't be of much help but I'd look into how often you are polling and things like that. Try putting it in a VM and seeing what kind of performance impact it's having on the system.
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