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Dec
27
comment Why do I lose my 3G connection when I connect to my new wireless access point?
Yes, it seems. You need either to use fixed ip configuration (not use dhcp) at your notebook for wifi adapter and should not set any gateway on it or, alternatively, you should set up the DHCP service at your AP in a way that it does not configure the clients to use it as a default gateway. Check the page 37 of tp-link.com/resources/document/TL-WA830RE_V2_User_Guide.pdf : the Default Gateway field must be empty.
Dec
26
comment Why do I lose my 3G connection when I connect to my new wireless access point?
Check that your wifi interface does not bring up the default route over it (see the output of route print command on windows or just route on linux).
Feb
27
comment Port is listening, but owned by no one
could you please post the output of netstat -lntp|grep 843
Feb
25
comment What is the Windows Security Button?
Googling on the exact topic results in this link: ehow.com/facts_7779754_windows-security-button.html
Feb
25
comment ssh tunnelling port forwarding
the -N is enough to not start a remote shell. if you wish to put ssh into background then, yes, add the -n switch
Feb
23
comment Transmission - 'Growing' files
Just checked with its man page - there is no such option.
Feb
23
comment Transmission - 'Growing' files
As I mentioned, it is implementation dependent. The Transmission client writes each segment into its exact location in the file(s). I suppose this is done to simplify the tracking of the stuff and to avoid later reordering of segments. Also, it simplifies the restart of the transmission when you stop the client and start it again later (for example, you switched off your PC as it is to noisy to let you sleep :)
Feb
8
comment Connecting to work machine
Then this is strange indeed.
Feb
8
comment Connecting to work machine
Is this VPN connection active at your work machine while you are trying to reach it and what tool is used to establish the VPN?
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
I can't check now unfortunately (actually I would say fortunately) as I have no windows around me.
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
So, does it help?
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
I do not see a delete permission in the screenshot you posted. it is probably a folders permission you are talking about, right?
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
No, this is operation on folder as a write occurs not to a file but to the folder.
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
CreateFile function does not always create a file. Its name a bit misleading. I would name it CreateFileHandle
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
because it has to delete the record about your file from the folder. not from the file. This is why it has to write to a folder (that is actually also a file, just with special meaning)
Oct
29
comment “Deny All Permissions to Everyone” doesn't prevent me from deleting a file?
because the deletion/creation is an operation on folder, not on a file
Oct
27
comment Linux cannot alter partition table of main hard disk of my laptop
What the fdisk -l /dev/sda reports? BTW, delete your own answer - it is not an answer, it is a comment to your question. As you are the OP it actually should be an update to your question. I added it to the question though.
Oct
23
comment Any performance issues with a SATA to PATA adapter for a 2nd hard disk for my laptop?
@Hennes then we may say that the OP will not see the performnace degradation but perhaps (s)he will see the increase
Oct
23
comment Any performance issues with a SATA to PATA adapter for a 2nd hard disk for my laptop?
However, if the aim is to provide some notebook that has the parallel IDE interface with extra disk space, then I believe that this tandem will perform equally to the native PATA drive. What you think?
Oct
22
comment Clarification of the difference between PCI memory addressing and I/O addressing?
No. Not necessarily RAM. It may be an array of IO registers in the device. It may be onboard RAM (regular). It may be some RAM at the device (for device purposes, not as a general RAM