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Apr
5
comment How can I set it up so I can SSH into my VMWare guest VM?
+1 good examples and clear explanations.
Mar
18
answered How can I mass rename files?
Dec
15
comment Compressing with RAR vs ZIP
Just remove the '.exe' extension, archive it and send it.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
14
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
6
comment Can't synchronize time, Windows 7
@Ascherer Are you in an elevated shell?
Aug
1
awarded  Quorum
Jun
7
comment How to close ConEmu's Tab without Confirmation?
@Maximus I was adding the "/nocloseconfirm" flag to the task bar target... This is better of course... ConEmu is awesome man.
Mar
30
comment Can't synchronize time, Windows 7
Sorry @MatheusMoreira ... I'm not sure buddy.
Mar
30
comment Can't synchronize time, Windows 7
Is the service running? @SEE Ganesh's answer to ensure the service is actually running... > administrator > services.msc ...
Mar
30
comment Can't synchronize time, Windows 7
@MatheusMoreira Are you in an elevated prompt?
Dec
23
comment Setting $HOME in PowerShell
Works fine for me.... I don't know what you're doing differently.
Dec
6
awarded  Yearling
Oct
14
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
6
comment Why can't Windows handle an environment variable in Path?
yep ... this is one of those settings that I always seem to forget ... pesky registry ;-)
Sep
6
comment Windows & Git Bash: Bash PATH to read Windows %PATH% system variable
If you could ... be a sport eh? Mark the answer that VonC gave being correct if it answered your question :-)
Jun
27
comment Determining Namespaces Not in the ACPI Spec
+1 for a great explanation ... I've not been able to retrieve APCI lookup data for ASUS or any of the support boards ... TY Lekensteyn for the helpful answer ...
Jun
27
accepted Determining Namespaces Not in the ACPI Spec
Apr
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
15
comment Cannot Create new user account in linux mint Nadia 14
You don't need to check passwd like that :: cat /etc/passwd | grep user