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Software Engineer from Symantec

May
19
accepted Can I get the version number of tar used to create a specific tar file?
May
19
awarded  Commentator
May
19
comment Can I get the version number of tar used to create a specific tar file?
I would like to know how I can tell the format used to create a specific tar file. On my current system, it has v7/oldgnu/gnu/ustar/posix formats. I guess that's how the problem occurs.
May
19
comment Can I get the version number of tar used to create a specific tar file?
I have an old tar file created before which causes some troubles to our product. I need to know the tar version to re-create that tar file. The latest tar cannot reproduce this issue. And I am sure the old tar file is not corrupted.
May
19
asked Can I get the version number of tar used to create a specific tar file?
Apr
28
accepted Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
Apr
26
awarded  Teacher
Apr
26
answered How can I keep the code formated as original source when I paste them to vim?
Apr
26
awarded  Editor
Apr
26
revised Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
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Apr
26
answered Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
Apr
26
comment Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
Sorry, I just noticed python3 has not been included in lenny-backports. It is only in squeeze and sid. Is there any way to work around this? Also, I cannot find /etc/apt/preferences file in my debian system.
Apr
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awarded  Supporter
Apr
26
comment Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
Thanks, this is exactly what I want.
Apr
26
asked Is it possible to Install one testing package by just modifying source.list file?
Mar
2
comment Cannot find 'Stereo Mix' on Windows 7
It seems that 'Stereo Mix' is on the way out, and WASAPI comes to the rescue.
Mar
2
accepted Cannot find 'Stereo Mix' on Windows 7
Mar
1
comment Cannot find 'Stereo Mix' on Windows 7
I find this post from microsoft website: social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7music/thread/… Quotations: "The problem lies in the drivers. The drivers supplied by microsoft for the Realtek devices as well as the newer drivers supplied by Realtek are not good drivers, they do not have the feature." "The solution, as I had to find for myself, is to simply uninstall the newer drivers and disable the automatic driver installation policy, then install the older Vista_Win7_R237 drivers."
Feb
28
asked Cannot find 'Stereo Mix' on Windows 7
Feb
28
accepted Windows 7 System hangs at login screen