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Mar
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
11
comment Can I hide a user from the Windows 7 login screen without disabling network access?
The first method is the one I mentioned in my post, the other disables the Welcome screen altogether. Sadly, I don't think this is doable.
Mar
11
accepted Can I hide a user from the Windows 7 login screen without disabling network access?
Mar
11
comment Can I hide a user from the Windows 7 login screen without disabling network access?
I was afraid that might be the only alternative. I was hoping there was some mystery solution that I hadn't found or already knew, but alas, it appears not.
Mar
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awarded  Student
Mar
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asked Can I hide a user from the Windows 7 login screen without disabling network access?
Aug
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comment Messed up keys in vim when running inside tmux
This makes absolutely no sense to me, but adding a single mapping appears to fix all keys for me as well. Even stranger (at least to me) the direct mapping for the keypress in insert mode doesn't fix it (map ^[A <Up> works from pressing Ctrl+V <Up> and deleting the O, map ^[OA <Up> from pressing Ctrl+V <Up> and leaving the O doesn't). I don't get it...but whatever. My keys now work. Thank you.
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
8
answered How can I delete soft/motherboard RAID 1 from a different computer?
Jun
8
comment How can I delete soft/motherboard RAID 1 from a different computer?
Well, possibly good news on the data front...a reboot into a fresh gparted environment now shows the new partition size, a fairly full partition, and the partition label on /dev/sda. Still shows the virtual disk though.
Jun
8
asked How can I delete soft/motherboard RAID 1 from a different computer?
Sep
27
answered Want to use HLOOKUP to drag down the whole column, how can I do this?
Sep
21
comment How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
I did not know that. Much simpler!
Sep
21
answered How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
Sep
21
comment How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
Do you own the router/can you configure it? If so, you can configure it to forward a port to your local machine. SSH runs on port 22, but I generally recommend avoiding opening standard ports on home machines. In your NAT configuration, you should be able to map something like 22000 externally to 22 locally. Of course, you can still open 22. You'd need to find your external IP and use that instead of your 192 address.
Sep
21
comment How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
Well, that goes back to my first question, are you behind a firewall/router, or is your Mac publicly accessible (if you're at home, are you directly plugged into your modem?)?
Sep
21
comment How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
Ah. Well, if you have read access to the files while not root, you should still be able to access them via scp from your local machine. If they're not readable by anyone that isn't root, then yeah, you'd need to run the copy as root.
Sep
21
comment How to transfer files remote to local using SSH
Is your local machine behind a firewall? Is there a particular reason you need to do this while remotely logged in?
Sep
12
answered Can admins monitor my activity locally even when I use a VPN?
Sep
2
answered cant allocate free space to partition ubuntu 12.04