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Mar
5
comment How can I use curl with ::1 for ipv6 based loopback?
Thanks for giving the answers earlier! I was genuinely hard pressed for which to accept since they were both so concise and whatnot, though I chose the other since that user is just starting out compared to you and answered first. Regardless, just using the - g option was sufficient.
Mar
4
comment Is there any benefit to using IPv6 on my home network?
2015, and still most of the world is using IPV4, but hey, TWC gave me an IPV6 address and now I also have native IPv6 running across my lan! Go me :D
Mar
4
comment IPv6 for home users
A good chunk of ISP's in the USA already support IPV6 too, TWC and Comcast for instance. Oh god, I just noticed I am commenting on a post from 2009, whoops!
Jan
18
comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
Right clicking only gives me this sadly. Are you sure this function exists in windows 8? Since I only remember this being in win7. i.imgur.com/aLui7jZ.png
Dec
8
comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
Just tried it, did not work. I didn't even get anything pop up either via ctrl-shift-esc or the usual ctrl-alt-del and clicking on task manager.
Dec
8
comment How can I arrange my running terminals or command prompts by “tile” in windows 8?
I would sadly prefer to keep the current win8 task manager. Thank you for the suggestion though!
Sep
9
comment Is there a successor to NTFS?
Well, my original intention was to ask about any possible alternative to NTFS that would be better. The information about the file name was stated to provide a reason for asking about a possible successor to NTFS, it wasn't the actual thing I was asking about. But, the answeres were helpful anyways, thanks guys. :)
Sep
8
comment Is there a successor to NTFS?
I was copying some files to my external that were in a very long directory sub directory pattern using tera copy, and in tera copy it said that the path was too long so I googled around and came to the wiki page of "Long File Name". If I am wrong, I would be happy to be corrected about this issue! :)