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Feb
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accepted Excel Scatter Chart with category based formatting of points
Feb
13
accepted Under Linux, how can I tell the real power consumed by a usb device
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
16
asked Excel Scatter Chart with category based formatting of points
Sep
6
comment Under Linux, how can I tell the real power consumed by a usb device
@Ramhound thanks for your comments. The documentation of the device does't appear to say how much power it needs. Watts=Volts*Amps, and I assuming its 5V. 2mA is obviously way to little - the drive must consume more than that. A USB 2.0 port should be able to provide 500ma. I have a 4 port powered hub with a 2000mA (i.e 2A) power supply. However I am aware some devices require more than 500mA and I suspect my drive is one such device.
Sep
6
asked Under Linux, how can I tell the real power consumed by a usb device
Sep
3
comment How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
Thanks. Just tried autoauth and its working for me. Will have a look at secure-login too as that that looks interesting also. Your points re. security noted!
Sep
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accepted How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
Sep
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comment How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
@emab Yes - that's right
Sep
3
comment How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
thanks - good point - updated the question
Sep
3
revised How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
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Sep
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asked How to make firefox use known passwords without prompting
Aug
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asked Is there a gpg-agent for cygwin?
Apr
4
comment Best way to store loose hard drives when I don't have an antistatic bag
Thanks a lot for your help. You probably saved my data. I had no idea the antistatic bags where so easy to get.
Apr
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accepted Best way to store loose hard drives when I don't have an antistatic bag
Apr
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asked Best way to store loose hard drives when I don't have an antistatic bag
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
22
accepted Is there any way I can access a bitlocker encrypted Windows 7 drive from Linux?
Oct
22
comment Is there any way I can access a bitlocker encrypted Windows 7 drive from Linux?
Thanks very much for your answer. While I did manage to recover my data a while back - I think this seems to answer the question - though I have yet to test
Jul
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awarded  Caucus