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Nov
16
comment Looking for a net/bandwidth meter
Yes. Database Management tab in the Options dialog will let you backup/restore... And the backup file is actually a CSV file.
Nov
16
answered How to block sites with iptables
Nov
13
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Nov
13
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Nov
13
comment Why do HDDs mostly have the same speed as 5400, 7200, 10000 RPM?
@sawdust: You're right, I misread the article. Removed that part. BTW SMD, as far as I remember, is Storage Module Device, not Drive. And yeah, CDC9760 was big as a vacuum cleaner, sounded like one, so no wonder it used vacuum-cleaner sized motor :-)
Nov
13
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Nov
12
revised Why do HDDs mostly have the same speed as 5400, 7200, 10000 RPM?
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Nov
12
answered Why do HDDs mostly have the same speed as 5400, 7200, 10000 RPM?
Nov
12
comment What is C:\$Directory?
I changed my answer completely, sorry.
Nov
12
revised What is C:\$Directory?
Replaced my answer since the original was incorrect.
Nov
11
answered What is C:\$Directory?
Nov
10
answered On the Performance of TCP implementations of Linux and Windows
Nov
10
revised Receive and route phone calls through computer
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Nov
10
revised Receive and route phone calls through computer
Costs explained
Nov
10
answered Receive and route phone calls through computer
Nov
10
answered How to change username in LinkedIn Outlook Connector
Nov
9
answered Why does the login check take longer if the password is wrong?
Nov
9
comment How can I prevent or interrupt accidental copy/paste in the terminal?
I break a cold sweat every time it happens to me... Don't work under root and have backups. I also use a "scrap" file in a text editor to test what I copied from a web site, since with browsers you can never be sure what exactly you just copied.
Nov
9
comment Partition is missing in /dev
@anttir: Disk works ok once I do fdisk "w" and /dev/sdc1 appears... So I'm pretty convinced now it is an udev issue. But what exactly it is and how do I fix it? No idea...
Nov
8
comment Partition is missing in /dev
I added the relevant part of dmesg...