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May
27
comment Mac has wrong Spanish keyboard layout
You have 2 keyboards connected to your Mac Book, then: the internal one and the external Bluetooth one. Keyboard viewer only shows the keyboard layout for whichever keyboard you last pressed a key on. So your screen shot of the keyboard viewer is displaying the the layout of your built-in keyboard, which is correct. Please double-check and show the Keyboard Viewer screenshot immediately after pressing the space bar on the Logitech keyboard.
May
27
revised Mac has wrong Spanish keyboard layout
Add more steps now that more information is available
May
27
revised Mac has wrong Spanish keyboard layout
Be more specific in describing keyboard variants
May
27
comment Mac has wrong Spanish keyboard layout
Exactly what model of computer are you using? Which OS? Does it have a built-in keyboard, and if so, what type? What model and brand of keyboard is giving you the problem? Do you have another keyboard available? If so, what brand and type is it and does it work properly?
May
26
comment SSH security breach, or authentication issues, have I been hacked?
If this is a brand-new MacBook Pro that Apple set up for you, take it back to Apple and have them look at it. It could be that they made a mistake and left some tool installed that they were supposed to remove, or it could be that they imported malware from your previous Mac.
May
26
awarded  Critic
May
26
answered Mac has wrong Spanish keyboard layout
May
10
revised my file download speed is 180-200kbps but speedtest is showing 1.7mbps and i am subsribed to 2mbps pack?
Add bps/Bps possibility
May
10
comment Can anyone help identify what are the RF signals in this screenshot?
Looks like channels 4, 5, and 8 are in use.
May
10
answered my file download speed is 180-200kbps but speedtest is showing 1.7mbps and i am subsribed to 2mbps pack?
Apr
30
comment Periodical Powerline LAN Performance Spikes
@xsl, Yes, depending on the type of UPS, additional load can cause additional noise on the line, which could cause EoP interference. What happens to the EoP when you unplug the UPS with PC4 turned on? I cannot tell from your posts what the electrical configuration is with respect to Adapter4, PC4, the UPS, and PC5. Is PC4 plugged into the UPS? Can you move Adapter4 or the UPS to a different electrical circuit? How many different circuits are the 4 adapters on? Are they all on the same electrical phase? Best if all the EoP are on the same phase and the UPS is on a different phase.
Apr
29
comment Wireshark WPA 4-way handshake
@cYrus, if you are a 3rd party intercepting the traffic, then you are mounting a network attack (even if it's your network with your permission) and WireShark is quite reasonable in limiting the functionality of their tool to make it less helpful in mounting that sort of attack. The legitimate use case is where you have WireShark on the computer running one half of the session and are only listening into your own conversation. To make it work when 3 and 4 are missing you have to implement a lot of testing of "which key are we using now?" which is work I wouldn't expect WireShark to do.
Apr
29
comment Wireshark WPA 4-way handshake
@cYrus, waiting for 4 is essential, as encryption keys have to be changed simultaneously on both sides. If the client doesn't receive 4, it doesn't know that the base received 3. If the client doesn't receive 4, it sends 3 again (which triggers a resend of 4) until it either receives 4 or gives up trying to create the connection.
Apr
29
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Apr
29
comment Wireshark WPA 4-way handshake
@Paul, that's sort of like saying "resume" isn't necessary after a "pause".
Apr
29
comment Damaged HDD recovery woes
The ACLs would be broken by being on a bad sector on the disk....
Apr
29
answered Wireshark WPA 4-way handshake
Apr
28
answered Outlook, Rules Wizard, search text which includes tab character?
Apr
28
answered Why does my wireless network card need to be reset everytime I start or wake my machine?
Apr
28
comment Damaged HDD recovery woes
What filesystem is on the failing drive? If it has NTFS, then that's the big difference. NTFS has complicated ACLs that Windows has to load before the OS will provide access to the disk. Linux doesn't feel obligated to respect NTFS ACLS and can mount without reading them, especially if the disk is mounted read-only.