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suggested suggested edit on Converting hexadecimal address to decimal one
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comment Converting hexadecimal address to decimal one
Binary is means base 2, so it's all 0 and 1 from there. If you're using IPv4 then it's usually in dotted decimal which makes converting to dotted 'binary' a lot easier because then you only have to translate a few numbers at a time and then combine them at the end. For example, if you had the FFFF0000 number, then it could be translated to FF.FF.00.00 and then take the FF's into binary with 11111111 and the 0's with all 0's to 11111111.11111111.00000000.00000000.
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answered Converting hexadecimal address to decimal one
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answered Is there a multi-tab terminal replacement for Cygwin's terminal?
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comment New monitor doesn't display text the same as old monitor
There can also be graphics card specific settings that you enabled per monitor to enhance the colors. I know Nvidia has these options (and fairly certain about ATI as well).
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comment New monitor doesn't display text the same as old monitor
How did you take the pictures? Are these screenshots or from a camera?
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answered Where does Bash's “not found” message come from?
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revised How do I impose restrictions to a process on Linux?
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answered How do I impose restrictions to a process on Linux?
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revised How to secure delete file or folder in windows?
Reworded into more grammatical English and reworded to include 'permanently delete' as a keyword so that it would match the similarly worded Mac OS X question here http://superuser.com/questions/10676/permanently-deleting-files-on-mac-os
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comment ksh Auto-Completion PuTTY Configuration
Well, it looks like there is a version difference between the AIX and HP-UX servers that we were testing it on. Version E doesn't work at all but version T does. Also, my shell had been set to ksh instead of ksh93, leading to much more confusion.
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comment ksh Auto-Completion PuTTY Configuration
>echo ${.sh.version}; Version M-12/28/93e It's really bizarre. His version is the same. He had ignoreeof set to on in one case and it worked, and then ignoreeof set to off in another case which gave behavior similar to mine. So I set it to on but it didn't work. My numpad doesn't feature an equals key that works.
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comment ksh Auto-Completion PuTTY Configuration
OK, just tried those commands and it definitely doesn't work.
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comment ksh Auto-Completion PuTTY Configuration
Already tried the above line before and the second line was my gut instinct when I first started using ksh. Sorry, not at work until tomorrow to definitely test.
Mar
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answered Is it possible to duplicate (mirror) an existing window?