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May
11
comment How to go to remote directory in Cygwin?
The mounted share is hidden on my setup if mounted after the start of Cygwin. It is shown if I restart Cygwin afterwards.
May
11
comment What program to use to compare big files under Windows?
fc works fine with such large files indeed. Its comparison algorithm is a bit sloppy though.
Sep
5
comment DEL *1.* deletes all files in folder
This doesn't answer the OP's question, nor add anything to the approved answer above.
Aug
27
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
Ok, got it. Answer above (no space here).
Aug
24
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
And if it's not working with my proposal, then we can investigate if something is wrong with your setup... see the checks I suggested.
Aug
24
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
Where you able to try the steps I suggested in my comment below? They should generate a valid root ca + intermediate ca + final user cert on any OpenSSL setup; they'll just use default values from the default/sample OpenSSL configuration. You might then add your customisations like rsa:2048, and adapt the config file to your liking.
Aug
23
comment Self-hosted, cross-platform repository for large files
I use ownCloud. The web interface is slow for some reason when you have a lot of files (like both of us do!), but the sync client has good performance from my experience.
Aug
23
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
Weird. Your openssl ca ... -CAkey ... should give an error, as -CAkey is only valid on openssl x509 (on ca, -keyfile should be used). Can you check alias openssl and which openssl, as well as $SSLEAY_CONF and OPENSSL_CONF? This could be the cause, as your [req] section contains v3_ca, and therefore all your requests would output a self-signed certificate instead of a certificate request.
Aug
22
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
As well as the steps you did to get there (or a link to a howto you might have followed)
Aug
22
comment OpenSSL CA and non CA certificate
Can you provide us with a copy of your .cnf file?
Aug
21
comment Efficiently backup PST Outlook files?
There is a lot of shareware/add-ons that may help you achieve this. I saw this one and it's free (as in beer), but I didn't test it yet. Like writing a macro, it's probably only worth it if you're deploying it as company policy to all of your users' PCs.
Aug
21
comment Software that adds a real-time watermark to an online screencast
Thanks @KronoS. I'll try to make myself more familiar with the guidelines.