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Apr
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comment Is NAS limited to the speed of my internet connection?
Data transfer between a NAS and a host occur over a network, and speeds are typically limited by that network. Thus, answering your question relative to the data transfer rate limits of the network between the NAS and the host (your LAN) is a reasonable answer to your question.
Apr
19
comment In ls, how can I remove bg color for sticky bit
What happens with the command LSCOLORS="" ls -ltr?
Apr
10
answered how to create a file and delete a file using “-” symbol
Mar
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answered Descending list ordered by file modification time
Mar
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answered How to draw diagrams in Open Office?
Feb
27
answered How can I create a formula in Excel that uses DATES?
Feb
27
comment Moving a File While It's In Use — How Does it work?
"References" are both processes with an open handle to the file and hard links (including the first file name) to the file. The data blocks are not marked free and available for reuse until the reference count goes to zero.
Feb
25
comment Lock users in a directory
Do you want the same username to have a different home directory if they login via shell versus login via ftp?
Feb
25
answered How do I see what my most used linux command are?
Feb
20
comment How much disk space would take to list every possible UEI-48 or MAC address?
If you're going to store in ASCII, you wouldn't store '0' or '1' for everything, you'd use hex. With 8-bit chars, you cut the expansion from 8:1 to 8:4, or 2. 48-bit address is 12 hex digits; 96 bits with 8bit characters or 84 with seven-bit ASCII. You could put two 48-bit addresses into 21 bytes of storage, even with character encoding.
Feb
20
comment Get list of normally mapped drives in Windows XP
I ended up getting back to the office two days later and copying the mounted drives to a script. Later, running the script after logging in to the VPN proved to work
Feb
20
accepted Get list of normally mapped drives in Windows XP
Feb
15
comment Get list of normally mapped drives in Windows XP
does a log exist with the failed mounts?
Feb
15
asked Get list of normally mapped drives in Windows XP
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answered How do I compare two files with a shell script?
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answered CentOS connect to the internet
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