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Apr
11
comment Find file or directory by NTFS id
I haven't tested the command yet, but if it works, there is no need to have this as a comment: it's then a fully fledged answer! :)
Apr
4
comment What if the form-data boundary is contained in the attached file?
@DavidPostill I feel it's more on topic here than at StackOverflow as it's a question about the HTTP specification. I'm less interested in actually developing a generator/parser, and more interested learning how (or even if) this "edge case" has been solved.
Apr
4
asked What if the form-data boundary is contained in the attached file?
Jan
18
comment Why does this script work as expected in 'curl', but not in the browser?
Is there any documentation on that which you could supplement your answer with? (or even a link to the relevant part of FireFox's source code which shows this "waiting" behavior)
Jan
5
comment Why does this script work as expected in 'curl', but not in the browser?
@barlop Completely off topic (so I will delete this comment when you have read it), your profile has had 1,886 views over the last four years, yet you haven't added any description, nor a link to your website. You are missing out on a lot of free (and well deserved) publicity.
Jan
4
comment Move around an Ubuntu installation without losing its booting ability?
Are you able to open GParted, such as from an Ubuntu LiveCD?
Jan
4
comment Why does this script work as expected in 'curl', but not in the browser?
I'm assuming the browser buffers the data to make the HTML easier to parse, but I'm not sure where to find details on or reference works regarding this behavior.
Jan
4
asked Why does this script work as expected in 'curl', but not in the browser?
Dec
26
comment Which part of Windows are irreplacable?
What about HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and other "non-user" registry data? (I'd consider that irreplaceable information) Where is that stored?
Dec
25
comment Which part of Windows are irreplacable?
I'm not sure if those three points should be cluttering up the question (I would rather have them in an answer), but I included them to illustrate what sort of answers I am looking for. If you write an answer to this question, feel free to include those three points in your answer to fill it out, then I can remove that paragraph from this question.
Dec
25
asked Which part of Windows are irreplacable?
Nov
20
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Nov
20
revised Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
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Nov
20
comment Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
I would imagine flat mechanical keyboards exist, this is simply what I believe is the primary motivation to why they aren't commonly manufactured.
Nov
20
comment Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
Keep in mind, I'm not an engineer; I'm just a computer repair guy familiar with broken keyboards.
Nov
20
revised Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
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Nov
20
answered Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
Nov
20
comment Why is there no flat mechanical keyboard?
Could you define what you mean by "flat keyboard"?
Nov
15
accepted Is the PGP version number required?
Nov
15
awarded  Nice Question