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Sep
21
comment How to display scrolling bars on a VNC client?
I see the options they are both enabled but how is supposed the scrolling to work ? I'm using the wheel of the mouse with the pointer over the window.. still nothing. I found out a key combination to do it and it is: Fn + Shift + ArrowUp (or Down).. not very comfortable though
Sep
20
asked Installed Apache, now.. where should I place my web content?
Sep
20
comment How to display scrolling bars on a VNC client?
It is funny, because I have the same issue with Jolly Fast VNC (which I hope not expiring after a while). I actually don't have scroll bar, cannot read first results lines. What am I missing ?
Sep
20
revised How to display scrolling bars on a VNC client?
added 94 characters in body; edited title
Sep
20
accepted My Firefox on mac crashes and I cannot open it anymore
Sep
20
accepted Is Internet Explorer 8 displaying pages in exactly the same way on Windows XP and Windows 7?
Sep
20
accepted SSH: Why doesn't “get” command work?
Sep
20
asked How to display scrolling bars on a VNC client?
Sep
15
asked My Firefox on mac crashes and I cannot open it anymore
Sep
15
comment SSH: Why doesn't “get” command work?
so, is scp always working when ssh is working ? (do providers providing ssh access usually also provide scp access ?)
Sep
14
asked SSH: Why doesn't “get” command work?
Sep
10
asked Is Internet Explorer 8 displaying pages in exactly the same way on Windows XP and Windows 7?
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
yeah but indeed I never said it was a wrong question if you read above. You interpreted my "suprise". Anyway thanks for your answers
Sep
9
accepted How can I keep the terminal open?
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
yeah, great. Thanks this is the solution
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
Ok. Yeah but indeed it is not relevant right ?
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
So, in other terms, if I create a batch file, I have the same issue.. I have to specify both app to use and file to open into the batch file and it doesn't work because the file cannot be found.
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
I got it. But I cannot do it, and it is a long story. Shortly, I'm using VMWare to emulate Windows and I'm opening files from the underlying Operating System (Sharing folders). This only works from GUI and not from terminal. Is it clear ?
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
The point is that the terminal window closing the the app closing if it is launched by double-clicking a file from the Desktop.
Sep
9
comment How can I keep the terminal open?
well if I run it from terminal, obviously I don't have such issue. The software doesn't automatically closes, so the software is fine.