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accepted GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
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answered GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
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revised GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
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comment GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
@Ramhound Done, waiting for an answer. I am not sure what the app is looking for. Actually, Android is also falsely telling me that there is no network although it is connected. So the limiting factor could be an API call into Android which returns "no internet". I was thinking about defining an alias that makes the "tethered" connection look like a wireless one.
Aug
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revised GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
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asked GoToMeeting in Android x86 tells me that there's no internet - but there is
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Mar
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answered Is it possible to prevent creation of .directory files?
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Jan
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comment Math formulas in emails
There are plugins for Miranda and Kopete, both chat applications, which are sort of doing, what you are looking for.
Jan
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answered Installing FreeDOS from Linux
Jan
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answered N76VZ Network card not recognized by openSUSE
Jan
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comment N76VZ Network card not recognized by openSUSE
You can either use ifup/ifconfig or the NetworkManager - not both at the same time. In YaST, you can chose between the two options. Ensure, that the network is in fact managed by NetworkManager. Then configure your card with the NetworkManager in your favourite desktop environment.
Jan
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comment How can I reliably synch local source files with a remote?
It is the tricky bit about rsync - it needs a bit of learning, because it is very much its own complex world. But it is worth it. For the "-s" switch, consult the man page and find out, what it does.
Jan
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answered How can I reliably synch local source files with a remote?
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comment How can I reliably synch local source files with a remote?
What about the tool "rsync"?
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