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bio website itay.grudev.com
location Bulgaria
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I am programming since I was 12 years old. Later I discovered science, specifically Astronomy and Astrophysics and that's what I do now. I create simulations of extra-solar planet configurations. Awesome, isn't it?

I love Open Source, though I am a Mac OS X user now. My favourite programming language is Ruby, but I also admire C++ (especially since I discovered that with the new standard (C++11) it adds support for so many things and is also extremely fast and efficient. But in fact programming languages differ only in the way you use them. The logic is all the same, so there is no language that I can't handle with (theoretically).

You should always RTFM before you proceed. Sometimes it really helps. Don't mind the fact that most manuals are "for dummies"..
P.S. The last applies only to software. Not hardware. I'll never read a manual for a smartphone or a computer!?!?


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comment Bridging two sockets
I believe this is a solution. Thanks - +50
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comment Bridging two sockets
Well my assumption is also that in most cases the clients won't be able to bind a port to a static ip address and I was searching for alternative methods for enabling that communication without the need of a server to forward each message.
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accepted Ctrl+Alt+T doesn't open a Terminal in Cinnamon 1.6
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comment Ctrl+Alt+T doesn't open a Terminal in Cinnamon 1.6
Thanks a lot! I haven't thought about that one...
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revised Ctrl+Alt+T doesn't open a Terminal in Cinnamon 1.6
my mistake
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comment Bridging two sockets
I updated the question with an example
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revised Bridging two sockets
Added example
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comment Bridging two sockets
@bbaja42 I am trying to achieve such behavior in one of my applications.
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comment Function key taken by another program, how to default it
In this case I guess that this is a software problem. Do you have any Hotkey software or driver installed?
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comment Function key taken by another program, how to default it
Hey note that on some keyboards you have to hold the button for default behavior while on other keyboards that button can toggle between normal and shortcut behavior.
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asked Bridging two sockets