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comment Wi-Fi Interference: Idle Access Points?
Could you elaborate on the same vs. partially overlapping channel issue? I live in an high-rise apartment where there are about 70 access points visible from my living room. (That's not a typo, though most have pretty weak RSSI.) Almost all are on channels 1, 6 or 11. I find that using "non-standard" channels like 3, 5 or 10 improves performance. I'm guessing this is because transmissions from far-away networks are treated as weak interference instead of a reason for my network to wait to send data.
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comment libpango 64-bit on 32-bit Debian Wheezy
1. Shouldn't apt do this automatically? 2. When I do I get similar error messages about broken packages.
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