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May
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comment How to get x11vnc to run at startup on openSuSE 12.1
.config/autostart is the new place where both KDE and Gnome look for their autostart files, in the .desktop format... the src i used was really old... good to know it worked out...
May
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answered Is there a way to resume an interrupted scp of a file?
May
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comment What does the encryption setting of uTorrent do?
hey check again, this time around... i've answered bullet-for-bullet...
May
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revised What does the encryption setting of uTorrent do?
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May
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revised What does the encryption setting of uTorrent do?
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May
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May
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comment How to add a mp3 handler to sox?
what linux distro are you on... and what version of the distro and sox are you running... also running sox -h reports codecs supported by the program... please check if mp3 is supported therein...
May
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answered What does the encryption setting of uTorrent do?
May
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comment How to get x11vnc to run at startup on openSuSE 12.1
thanks... check out my post... hope it solves your problem...
May
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answered How to get x11vnc to run at startup on openSuSE 12.1
May
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comment combine two Internet connections to download
@MRJafari for future visitors to this question... is this approach workable...? are you stuck somewhere else in getting this to work...?
May
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comment How to get x11vnc to run at startup on openSuSE 12.1
i have a few questions if you dont mind: 1. what display manager are u running (KDM or GDM) 2. is there a particular reason for preference to x11vnc over the default vnc server of your distribution 3. best i know, vnc allows you to share a desktop after login and not the login session itself, is that sufficient for you... thanks...
May
3
comment combine two Internet connections to download
host is the ip address of computer A (after internet connection is active), the type is http proxy and the port is either 808 or 8080, look at ccproxy and check what port it is listening on to get it right... all the best... just to be sure, check if A and B can ping each other after the internet connection is up...
May
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comment combine two Internet connections to download
screenshot added in the main answer... hope this helps... please search to understand how to install and use a proxy... the rest will follow from the download software...
May
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May
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comment RHEL 5 Yum Repository from DVD
thanks again... the posted link explains how to add additional RPMs to a install DVD / ISO to make them available during an install... the mention of comps.xml is for adding the RPMs (to be added to the ISO) to a new group which can be checked off during installation... interesting, but it doesn't answer my question...
May
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comment combine two Internet connections to download
i hope you get it now... u will need Net Transport and a proxy at the minimum to get this to work... i can post screenshots to illustrate if necessary...
Apr
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comment combine two Internet connections to download
Computer A run the proxy, this makes it possible for other computers on the LAN to use its internet connection by way of the proxy. A program on Computer B can now use multiple net connections (one is A's proxy and the other is B's direct connection) to download the same file from two different sources at the same time. Now the only thing missing in the equation is a program that does that. Net Transport is one such program. aria2c also supports such connections over multiple sources mode, but its command line and I don't know of any nice gui for it...
Apr
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answered combine two Internet connections to download