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Apr
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comment Will a 100 Mbit/s wired router slow down my internal network speeds? (See diagram)
Back when "Fast Ethernet" was introduced, because plain hubs repeated packets to all ports, a 10 Mbit/s device connected to one port would force all devices to talk at the slower speed (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_hub#Dual-speed_hub). Your "gigabit hubs" are almost certainly switches and don't suffer from this problem; the router only sees packets destined for the internet.
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comment The MD5 hash value is different from Bash and PHP
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answered Integrate kerberos and Keychain
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revised Changing OS X bash/terminal to a dark scheme
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answered Display Unicode Tetris boards in Terminal — or how to dynamically decrease line height
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revised Hard wrapping in vim without joining
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comment Hard wrapping in vim without joining
I couldn't reproduce the "different wrapping behavior" I mentioned in my question--user error, I guess. And the g/./ approach did work on the entire file, this time with the message "84 more lines"--which I guess is the number of lines added to the file, not number of lines remaining or anything. Thanks!
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comment Hard wrapping in vim without joining
Thanks! Oddly it doesn't do the whole file; it stops 70% of the way through and says "6 more lines" (though there's far more than 6 lines remaining). Repeating the command takes it to 95% and says "5 more lines", and once more completes the file. There's no indication that any error occurred to make it stop.
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