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accepted How to checkout via SSH on bitbucket
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asked How to checkout via SSH on bitbucket
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asked How to reduce Eclipse memory consumption
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asked How to use a networked Android TV as second monitor
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Yearling
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asked How to resize filesystem for 32GB cards with Odroid-C1
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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comment Why does Excel treat long numeric strings as scientific notation even after changing cell format to text
This is not always the case. Excel has sometimes munged my data even with a leading apostrophe.
May
11
comment Setting up a reverse proxy on DD-WRT
Kind of frustrating that that page doesn't actually explain how to install Pound on DD-WRT...
May
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asked Easy Shell Eclipse plugin randomly disappears
Apr
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asked How to reference cells by name in Libreoffice 4.2
Apr
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comment How to limit the USB bandwidth a device can allocate on Linux
@ChrisInEdmonton, Sort of. Neither the question nor answers addressed the underlying problem of why there's not enough bandwidth for what is a very low-bandwidth device. In fact, those poor answers are what I address in my question, and why I'm not asking how to fix that error, but how to limit bandwidth usage.
Apr
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revised How to limit the USB bandwidth a device can allocate on Linux
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Apr
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asked How to limit the USB bandwidth a device can allocate on Linux
Apr
17
comment Using multiple USB webcams in Linux
When using resolutions of 320x240 or lower, I get mixed results. I bought 4 cheap USB webcams, all of the same make/model. When trying to run 2 at 160x120, some of them would work fine together and some gave the memory error. I see no rhyme or reason to it. Granted, these webcams cost $3/each, so I guess I got what I paid for.
Apr
15
comment How to find link between /dev/video and lsusb output
@Firelord, That does look very helpful. Specifically it tells me the sysfs path which contains a link to the video4linux/videoN path. However, I'm not sure how portable hwinfo is. I need something that will work across embedded systems.
Apr
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revised How to identify USB webcam by serial number from the Linux command line
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Apr
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comment How to identify USB webcam by serial number from the Linux command line
@linuxdev2013, like lshw, lspic only lists controllers. lsusb helps me uniquely identify the devices...but I can't find any link to /dev/video.
Apr
15
comment How to identify USB webcam by serial number from the Linux command line
@FrankThomas, That only lists my USB controllers. It doesn't list any peripherals.