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awarded  Popular Question
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answered How to configure a cron.d crontab file for root
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asked How to configure a cron.d crontab file for root
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answered How to determine what type of wifi networks are supported by your driver on Linux
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accepted How to determine what type of wifi networks are supported by your driver on Linux
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asked How to determine what type of wifi networks are supported by your driver on Linux
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accepted How to checkout via SSH on bitbucket
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asked How to use a networked Android TV as second monitor
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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.
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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...
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asked Easy Shell Eclipse plugin randomly disappears
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asked How to reference cells by name in Libreoffice 4.2
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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.