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Jan
13
comment trying to install .net framework on mac os
@Evan: If the software is pure .NET, Mono may be able to run it: mono-project.com/Mono:OSX
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
23
awarded  Commentator
Sep
8
answered Upgrading to Mac OS X Lion from Snow Leopard then recover Snow Leopard
Aug
12
comment Browsers in Lion are always running 64-bit Java
How does an applet require 32-bit Java?
Jul
31
comment Best way to edit remote linux files on emacs from windows
Tramp mode, or mounting the file system in some other manner, are the best ways.
Jul
17
answered How to Change the Mouse Pointer on a Mac?
Jul
17
comment Network Establishment Between Windows 7 and Windows XP
@Nate: Welcome to the present, where MDI-X is common (hint: no crossover needed). @Fuji: Both machines will auto-IP (into 169.254.0.0/16), so static is not absolutely required.
Dec
17
answered Wireless router's ip address
Aug
18
answered Sync Android phone with Linux PC
Jun
24
comment Changing MAC address in a linux machine (fedora 8)
@Adi: What prevents you from taking the interface down and up? Perhaps if you explain your problem/issue better I can give a better solution.
Jun
24
answered Changing MAC address in a linux machine (fedora 8)
Jun
19
comment Low latency keyboards - are they for real?
@Alan: Provided you are not using JavaScript in IE, higher resolution clocks are available. The limit on the USB polling rate can't be solved by software.
Jun
19
comment Low latency keyboards - are they for real?
@Mark: As always, game players will likely care about this.
Jun
19
answered Low latency keyboards - are they for real?
Jun
10
awarded  Teacher
Jun
10
answered Linux install in flash card
May
12
comment How can I make a USB flash drive appear/not appear as a CD drive?
Many USB devices, such as the 3G modems, implement some very very ugly USB trickery in order to work with multiple configurations in Windows. USB allows fallback configurations to be chosen if the host does not understand a previous configuration, but Windows doesn't really follow the specification here. This makes the Linux support for the devices somewhat interesting - they usually implement a SCSI endpoint or HID device which the installed driver writes to in order for the device to switch personality. In the case of USB disks, the hardware gives a composite device with two mass storage pts
Apr
29
answered Download all the links from a website at once
Apr
6
comment How to run .exe file when linux system starts up?
I'd suggest rc.local for the initial try - its simpler especially in light of new dependency based init.d systems, such as upstart.