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comment Why does this bash prompt sometimes keep part of previous commands when scrolling history?
Have you already found the culprit in your prompt? I'm having the same issue.
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comment How to know which Linux Distribution I'm using?
lsb_release -a worked in Debian (squeeze), too.
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comment How do I synchronise two folders in real-time in Windows 7?
But does it sync in real time?
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comment Windows telling me, the local security authority is internally inconsistent upon mounting a network drive
I found out it was a samba problem with the remote server (see my answer). Thanks for your help, though!
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comment Windows telling me, the local security authority is internally inconsistent upon mounting a network drive
I tried it on two different Windows machines in the same network now, and strangely it works on one where it returns the same error message on another machine (where it worked before, too).
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comment Windows telling me, the local security authority is internally inconsistent upon mounting a network drive
Thanks for your thoughts. I checked lsass.exe which seems to be ok so far. I tried using a different account on the machine but the same error occurs here. I'm connected via cable LAN. I don't think it's a hardware error or driver problem as I can successfully mount another drive with another remote server. I will try another machine and see if it's maybe a problem with the target server.