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Aug
18
comment NTFS permissions equivalent to Linux “--x” (chmod 111)
FYI, folder user-PC\test:(OI)(IO)(R) user-PC\test:(S,X) folder\file.txt user-PC\test:(I)(R)
Aug
18
comment NTFS permissions equivalent to Linux “--x” (chmod 111)
@PetSerAl Thanks. Tried but I still get access is denied when trying to read file.txt.
Aug
18
asked NTFS permissions equivalent to Linux “--x” (chmod 111)
Jul
29
answered Cursor text doesn't change in PuTTY
Jul
14
revised Is it possible to show the current file I have open in vim in my screen tabs?
more checking....
Jul
14
revised Is it possible to show the current file I have open in vim in my screen tabs?
added checking whether enable title
Jul
14
answered Is it possible to show the current file I have open in vim in my screen tabs?
Jun
21
asked Possible to share ethernet connection over wifi without hosted network support?
Jun
17
answered How to execute a command whenever a file changes?
Jun
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
2
awarded  Critic
May
20
revised How to extract multipart rar with missing parts?
fixed grammar
May
20
answered How to extract multipart rar with missing parts?
Apr
26
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
1
comment How can I prevent a container with bullet points overflowing a lower container in Onenote 2010?
The linked suggestion of "turning off containers" isn't really disabling containers. It just makes containers invisible that actually adds more annoyance. You can still drag-select/resize containers. Note the wording of the option: **show** note containers on pages
Jan
7
comment Provide Session Master Key to Wireshark UI?
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Nov
23
awarded  Scholar
Nov
23
accepted What are the rationales behind that Java does not overwrite / remove its older updates after each update?
Nov
23
awarded  Supporter
Nov
23
comment What are the rationales behind that Java does not overwrite / remove its older updates after each update?
I was also wondering why they don't put a configurable option for whether you want to automatically uninstall the older versions or updates. As Java is having 50+ updates for a major release, those older updates eat up a lot of disk space. It's cumbersome to do manual uninstallations after each (auto) update...