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Jun
2
asked Exporting Environment Variables in Ubuntu Linux
May
14
comment Microsoft Word 2007 diff
I guess I can't make a merge patch together. I'll tell my friend to compare with the original himself.
May
14
asked Microsoft Word 2007 diff
May
10
accepted Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
Nvm; set up a SOCKS proxy and solved my problems.
May
10
awarded  Commentator
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
It looks promising. I tried to follow the direction here: help.ece.ubc.ca/How_To_Tunnel_Connections_Through_SSH But it's still not very clear as I am having trouble tunneling the connection to my localhost. Any comments?
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
method 2 didn't really work either; I'll ask the network administrator to see if there are options where I can get the files my way. Thanks!
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
@thepurplepixel: I have direct access to it on the account that I'm logging in through ssh.
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
Nope. It doesn't have it.
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
Hmm...the machine that I'm accessing doesn't have links or elinks. I guess I may not be able to achieve my purpose this way.
May
10
comment Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
What if it's a pdf that is only available to certain subscribers, which is the network that I'm accessing through ssh?
May
9
asked Accessing a URL on SSH without using a web browser
Apr
21
accepted PowerPoint: Find in Files
Apr
17
comment PowerPoint: Find in Files
Even in Windows XP?
Apr
17
asked PowerPoint: Find in Files
Apr
9
accepted Two different slide designs in a single PowerPoint presentation
Apr
9
comment Two different slide designs in a single PowerPoint presentation
I guess there is no way of achieving this in Microsoft Powerpoint 2003?
Apr
9
asked Two different slide designs in a single PowerPoint presentation
Apr
6
accepted Referencing a specific figure in Microsoft Word 2003