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Apr
29
revised How to run Cornelsen's “Tobi” software (for Windows) on linux, using Wine
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Apr
29
comment How to run Cornelsen's “Tobi” software (for Windows) on linux, using Wine
I have read thru the mentioned doc. But I have no prior debugging knowledge with linux and am a bit lost there. I have started the program using WINEDEBUG=+relay wine d:\Start.exe but this just filled the terminal with a tremendeous amount of logs and actually caused the program to show an error message at startup. I did not manage to get to the point where I was stuck originally.
Apr
28
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Apr
24
comment Debugging IIS worker sometimes puts single ASP.NET application into a 'dead' state
Why would "execution be paused" when not "actively debugging". What does actively debugging in this context mean?
Apr
24
asked How to run Cornelsen's “Tobi” software (for Windows) on linux, using Wine
Apr
8
comment TP link TL-WR1043ND can't access some homepages via wireless
@nalydbob Thanks for sharing the result. Please add it as an answer or edit the question, so that other may see that this has been resolved.
Apr
7
accepted Flat ribbon network cables sold as UTP, are they really twisted, and how?
Apr
6
asked Flat ribbon network cables sold as UTP, are they really twisted, and how?
Mar
20
comment Copy C# code from Visual Studio - pretty format
@JohnySkovdal Syntax highlighting is not supported here on Super User. I have added that to the answer, plus made an example.
Mar
20
revised Copy C# code from Visual Studio - pretty format
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Mar
20
revised Copy C# code from Visual Studio - pretty format
added example
Mar
19
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Mar
19
answered Copy C# code from Visual Studio - pretty format
Feb
20
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Feb
17
comment What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
I' accepting the answer, however, I have still some issues. The comparison for a 3 Gig-Archive showed that dot-files have been omitted. So, I will go with the proposed solution, but not without double checking the archived content.
Feb
17
revised What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
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Feb
17
accepted What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
Feb
16
comment What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
I now have had sucess creating an archive of about 12 Gigs on Ubuntu, using Brasero. However, I need to create a new "Data" project and then add the directories. I can not create very large ISO archives "on-the-fly" from the "compress" menu entry in Nautilus via right-click. I will test, that the content of the archive is exactly as expected, then accept your answer.
Feb
15
comment What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
I have read a bit into the ISO format on wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iso9660) Now I fear that I will get in trouble with deep directory levels and german filenames. Based on experience, does this cause problems?
Feb
15
comment What is the most common archive file format to have mountable, readable/searchable archives?
For archives with less than around 3 Gigs I have success so far. However, on Ubuntu, the Brasero application repeatedly fails to create my 12 Gig Archive. Is there any limitation of either that application or the ISO format?