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bio website johnleehey.com
location San Luis Obispo, CA
age 26
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Graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a Bachelors in Computer Engineering and a Minor in Physics. Programming for devices is my specialty, but I enjoy many aspects of software and hardware design.


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accepted Will overclocking your PC with no internet access screw up the system time?
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asked Will overclocking your PC with no internet access screw up the system time?
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comment Can a web server and XBMC HTPC co exist happily?
@ZacB, I completely agree. Physically separating filesystems that have largely different types of use is always a good idea. And definitely RAM always helps... Oracle alone eats up a good 2 gigs or more of memory if you're hosting the db locally.
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answered Can a web server and XBMC HTPC co exist happily?
Mar
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answered Chrome extension that automatically re-download when interrupted?
Mar
20
comment New 3TB HDD, can see full 2.7TB in Linux and Windows, but shows up as 801.6GB in BIOS
If it's not in the settings, try removing the small coincell battery on the MoBo with the power off, waiting a minute, then replacing it and powering back on. EDIT: ah, nvm then, sorry. I'll see what else I can think up.
Mar
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comment New 3TB HDD, can see full 2.7TB in Linux and Windows, but shows up as 801.6GB in BIOS
If your bios supports caching, try wiping the cache through the BIOS settings. It may have associated the size with the drive UID.
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answered Program to download .torrent file from a Magnet URI?
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answered Dual Boot Ubuntu & Windows - Admin Rights Required
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comment Can connect to FTP within local network, but not remotely
Passive, although I've tried both.
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asked Can connect to FTP within local network, but not remotely
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comment STDOUT redirection to a file does not work if Groovy script run directly from command line (.groovy in PATHEXT)
When you simply run test.groovy, does anything appear in the console? It could be possible that running via the extension prevents standard output.