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Apr
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
12
comment Windows 8.1: Editing and refreshing items in the Apps view
@Ramhound: 8.1, I didn't know they were different even in this. I edited the question.
Feb
12
revised Windows 8.1: Editing and refreshing items in the Apps view
added 8.1
Feb
11
asked Windows 8.1: Editing and refreshing items in the Apps view
Jan
26
awarded  Teacher
Nov
28
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
19
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
6
revised Importing Google Contacts in Windows Contacts
typo
Oct
2
comment Use Cygwin ftpd standalone
@akira: a) In fact I am using it now; b) Wrong: FTP is already in the Arch ISO; c) "sftp means ssh file transfer protocol" and in fact I need to transfer files, not remote commands; d) Encryption is pointless in my use case and would involve installing again a Cygwin server on the host; e) Again, CIFS protocol is not in the Arch ISO. Simple to fix with pacman -Sy cifs-utils, but see here. Now do you realise you are speaking about everything except what I asked? configuring a stupid Cycwin FTP server. Oh well, almost, you forgot NFS shares))
Oct
2
comment Use Cygwin ftpd standalone
@akira: I don't get you. I have to read/copy some file from a folder on the host to the guest. SSH is not meant for this. Perhaps you meant SFTP: but why do I need to encrypt the communication and make my life less easy if everything happens inside my notebook?
Oct
2
comment Use Cygwin ftpd standalone
@akira: I can't install shared folders in the ArchLinux ISO. Setup often requires restart and changes go away.
Oct
2
comment Use Cygwin ftpd standalone
VirtualBox with a Host-Only Network.
Oct
2
asked Use Cygwin ftpd standalone
Sep
26
comment Netsh firewall: allow a port just for a single interface
@Kenster Ok, redacted with more context
Sep
26
revised Netsh firewall: allow a port just for a single interface
redacted with more context to avoid duplication
Sep
26
asked Netsh firewall: allow a port just for a single interface
Sep
24
comment Firewalling VirtualBox: restrict host inbound connections to guests only
Sorry, how can we do this by interface and not by IP? otherwise the last part of the question might apply?
Sep
24
comment Firewalling VirtualBox: restrict host inbound connections to guests only
Kenster, the host-only network prevents the guest to talk with the outside world, but not the host, and my question is: "open a listening port on the host accepting only inbound connections from the VMs".
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment Firewalling VirtualBox: restrict host inbound connections to guests only
But pfsense does not run on Windows