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May
31
answered How do I physically find a wifi device using a laptop or mobile phone
May
27
answered should every TCP data packet be acknowledge or not?
May
24
answered How can I allow someone to view a spreadsheet but NOT be able to save or print it?
May
13
comment How to paste multiple Bash commands into a shell without losing some?
This reads like game of "Find me a rock"("No, that one's too big."; "No, that one's too small."; "Not that one, I don't like the color.") A more explicit problem description might get you fewer guesses and some more relevant answers you'd like better.
Apr
28
comment Slow OSX - how to determine the bottleneck
(See my edit..)
Apr
28
revised Slow OSX - how to determine the bottleneck
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Apr
28
answered Slow OSX - how to determine the bottleneck
Apr
10
revised Ubuntu guest, OSX host - cannot connect guest to internet
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Apr
9
revised Ubuntu guest, OSX host - cannot connect guest to internet
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Apr
9
comment Ubuntu guest, OSX host - cannot connect guest to internet
This would be useful to add to your question, along with anything else you've learned about the issue that might help someone help you.
Apr
9
answered Ubuntu guest, OSX host - cannot connect guest to internet
Apr
4
revised In Firefox, how can I achive a prompt for save-as file name?
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Apr
4
answered In Firefox, how can I achive a prompt for save-as file name?
Apr
4
answered optimal way to produce good or better hardcopies with a scanner and inkjet printer?
Apr
3
comment Can I upgrade my 2011 MacBook Pro with 16GB?
Likewise, Other World Computing tests Apple models for maximum memory expansion and guarantees their memory up to that amount. Start here: eshop.macsales.com/shop/apple/memory
Feb
25
answered How to convert a wireless ADSL router/modem to just an access point and a modem and use an external Linux box as a router (internet gateway)
Feb
25
answered Reading the same stdin with two commands in bash
Feb
8
comment Why do some remote desktops services not require that you setup port forwarding?
@FlashDark, what is your use-case? My first thought is Jabber is FOSS; it connects two clients who may be behind firewall / NAT routers. I don't know whether the clients then talk directly or continue through ejabberd, but you might find some useful information in that direction. Also, see what a search on peer-peer server connection returns.
Feb
6
comment Why do some remote desktops services not require that you setup port forwarding?
@FlashDark: In the case of Team Viewer, it's their own physical server, and I have to assume, their custom software services to handle logging me (a helper) in and letting my "clients" (helpees) know that I'm online and authenticating each of us when we try to set up a connection, etc., billing services to professional users, etc.
Jan
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