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May
7
comment Google Drive with proxy authentication
Did not work in my case.
Apr
16
comment How do I determine if my controller is in IDE or AHCI mode in Linux?
Sorry Robert, I did not take time to understand your question. Short answer is 'I don't know'. Longer answer is that I am not doing this - I am putting controller into AHCI mode before booting OS and in my case it sticks so I don't experience my controller dropping back to IDE mode.
Apr
12
revised Why might my HP C7200 printer appear to have an MTU of 1498?
update with new info
Apr
12
awarded  Commentator
Apr
12
comment How do I determine if my controller is in IDE or AHCI mode in Linux?
I don't think so. This is a mode for an Intel controller and it should not change or alter anything on your disk.
Mar
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
29
answered How do I determine if my controller is in IDE or AHCI mode in Linux?
Jun
20
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
13
asked How do I determine if my controller is in IDE or AHCI mode in Linux?
Dec
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asked Why is “ls /..” different to “ls /” in fakechroot fakeroot chroot environment?
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awarded  Supporter
May
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comment Why might my HP C7200 printer appear to have an MTU of 1498?
OK, I see what you mean. I had already edited my question to use 'frame'. I guess 28 bytes is IP (20 bytes) and ICMP (8 bytes). But, none of this discussion is relevant as I see it - my printer just does not like a 1500 byte MTU and I can not see why.
May
27
revised Why might my HP C7200 printer appear to have an MTU of 1498?
New information and tidy-up
May
27
comment Why might my HP C7200 printer appear to have an MTU of 1498?
Thanks Jeremy. Not sure where 28 bytes comes from, but MTU is payload size, not frame size - I'm pretty sure of that. I am also puzzled that you suggest that a MTU of 1498 is reasonable given than I would have expected 1500 as a 'default' Ethernet MTU. I have learnt something more which I will add to my question.
May
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awarded  Student
May
26
asked Why might my HP C7200 printer appear to have an MTU of 1498?
Mar
20
revised Where had my disk space gone? ie. Used+Free <<< Capacity - Solved (sort-of)
Updated question with latest 'solution'
Mar
19
comment Where had my disk space gone? ie. Used+Free <<< Capacity - Solved (sort-of)
So, it seems that Finder does not report correctly.
Mar
19
comment Where had my disk space gone? ie. Used+Free <<< Capacity - Solved (sort-of)
Sorry, I updated my question with answers to your questions.
Mar
19
revised Where had my disk space gone? ie. Used+Free <<< Capacity - Solved (sort-of)
formatting