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Jul
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awarded  Caucus
Jul
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accepted Many TCP connections localajaxchat <=> 1e100
Jul
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accepted ssh and shell through ssh : how to exit?
Apr
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awarded  Famous Question
Dec
5
comment Why is “Everything is a file” unique to the Unix operating systems?
@akira What is mac? Private joke
Nov
5
awarded  Revival
Nov
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comment What does wwws mean?
What? Damn! I've read The trend is to drop these prefixes (e.g. look above: superuser.com instead of www.superuser.com)? Be warned: when optimizing website, you absolutely have to keep this www. Search google for "Use Cookie-free Domains for Components" and you'll get the picture: fast websites very often keep the "www". Be warned!
Oct
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
11
comment How to recover Chromium bookmarks after reinstall?
Thank you very much it worked like a charm
Sep
11
accepted How to recover Chromium bookmarks after reinstall?
Sep
9
asked How to recover Chromium bookmarks after reinstall?
Sep
9
accepted How to change from Public network to Private network
Sep
5
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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comment How do you install MSIE7 in Windows 7?
-1 x 20! Just look around, google a bit and you'll see this "IE8 compatibility view" is buggy, and doesn't do what it is supposed to do. Don't rely on this tool at all. Google around and you'll see by yourself.
Aug
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awarded  Critic
Aug
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comment OpenOffice vs LibreOffice - what's the difference?
Thank you for the answer. IMO you should switch to LibreOffice. Oracle tried to acts like a business company, with absolutely no mankind (which is the heart of "free" and "open" source), that's why all the best OpenOffice developpers went away to develop for "free", "open"source, LibreOffice). That's why the next Ubuntu version will include LibreOffice, not OpenOffice. If you want long term support, go for LibreOffice !
Jun
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comment How to change from Public network to Private network
Thank you for you comment, I've answered to my own question: this was a hardware problem. The Windows 7 message was the real problem: it was confusing. Thank you again.
Jun
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comment How to change from Public network to Private network
It seems it's an hardware problem. So the big problem comes from Windows 7: I've posted my own answer where I explain why Windows 7 gave me bad clues. Thank you very very much for your patience and comprehension. (BTW I had done all what you suggested before posting, because I'm a developper and I have done those kind of stuff many times. The problem was Windows 7 and its "Public network" instead of a simple message "DHCP discovery failed" and for "manual config": a message like "could not connect" instead of going back to "Public network"). Thank you again for your patience and comprehension!
Jun
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answered How to change from Public network to Private network
Jun
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comment How to change from Public network to Private network
I'm going to do better now : try the Ubuntu Desktop Live ISO. If the DHCP discovery work, it's clearly a 100% Windows problem. If it doesn't it's a hardware problem. That may be a lot faster than re-installing the whole Windows 7 upgrade stuff and re-installing all my software...