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Dec
27
answered Do any of the HP printers have implement printer sharing?
Dec
27
comment software to create timed music 3m 1m 3m
Even better, Audacity is available for multiple OS's, not just Windows.
Dec
27
answered Audio cable “joiner”?
Dec
26
answered A very peculiar problem with an old pc and a newer laptop
Dec
20
answered Document stuck in printing queue
Dec
10
answered Force a process to run in virtual memory? Ubuntu
Nov
6
answered Best way to send large files point-to-point?
Nov
6
comment Best way to send large files point-to-point?
"Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway." —Tanenbaum, Andrew S. A load of DVDs would be even better than Mr Tanenbaum's tapes!
Oct
31
comment How to host a ssh server in ubuntu?
Which VMware product did you use - VMplayer? Workstation?
Sep
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Jul
31
comment Which virtual machines exist for Linux besides VirtualBox?
The current VMPlayer 3.x works very nicely on Linux.
Jul
11
answered Batch Conversion of PaperPort MAX Files
May
22
answered How can I use my laptop's monitor as my PC's ONLY monitor?
May
22
answered What happens to running processes when I lose a remote connection to a *nix box?
May
14
comment Create Virtual Image of Laptop before Formatting
You can do this without any VMware server around and make it a VM to be run in VMPlayer.
May
14
answered Possible to take a snapshot of a hard disc and use it in a Virtual Machine?
May
14
answered Virtual PC and hardware-assisted virtualization (VT-x) problem
May
14
comment Advise on VMWare hardware requirements and host OS
Be aware that the host for vSphere Client must be a Windows box. Since I normally use linux, I run the Win OS in a VM under VMPlayer or on another ESX server.
Mar
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Feb
6
comment Difference between Ethernet splitter and switch
If you're going to call out power supply on 100MBit switch as a minus, shouldn't that be a minus for the Gig switch and hub as well? Also, most Gig switches will support 10/100, so your other minus really doesn't count. Lastly, "higher bandwidth" is true between machined on the LAN, but might be misleading as it doesn't increase the bandwidth down through your uplink if the uplink doesn't support Gigabit.