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Jan
16
comment Is it possible to install Windows 98 on a VM in order to run a 16 bits app that accesses an old VLB data capture card from the host machine?
Nope I'm talking about direct PCI path-through, not generic virtualized network card (e.g. I had to install the original hardware's drivers inside the VM). KVM is the platform: fedoraproject.org/wiki/Features/KVM_PCI_Device_Assignment
Jan
16
comment Is it possible to install Windows 98 on a VM in order to run a 16 bits app that accesses an old VLB data capture card from the host machine?
PCI most definitely works, if motherboard supports VT-d (I've used PCI network cards and video capture cards in KVM VMs), but VLB is too old for sure.
Jan
16
reviewed Leave Open AppleScript to return recent Finder folders as list
Jan
16
reviewed Edit Copy data from “SELECT Multiple” Selection Box
Jan
16
revised Copy data from “SELECT Multiple” Selection Box
Added extract from OP's image.
Jan
16
reviewed Approve Data validation - require nearby cell not be blank
Jan
16
reviewed Approve How to reclaim CTR+ALT+Down/Up for use in xorg apps?
Jan
16
reviewed Approve validation tag wiki excerpt
Jan
16
answered SMART data not available/readable on a modern computer
Jan
16
comment SMART data not available/readable on a modern computer
Do you use on-board RAID?
Jan
16
answered How does a wireless device maintain its connection with a wireless network?
Jan
15
answered When Removing a computer from a Domain, will I lose access to the previous user
Jan
15
reviewed Leave Open Virtual Hard disk reducing Performance
Jan
15
reviewed Close Applying vim patches
Jan
15
reviewed Leave Open Monitoring Bandwidth Usage on a Wireless Network
Jan
15
answered How can I monitor internet usage in my network?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve List of all users who committed to a SVN repository
Jan
14
comment How can I get a wireless signal inside a walk-in freezer?
Also, the switchover from "external" to "internal" AP is not instant, couple of seconds at least. So if you expect to walk in with some kind of wireless equipment, and start using it right away, you might be out of luck. I'm yet to see seamless Wi-Fi roaming using off-the-shelf equipment.
Jan
14
comment How can I get a wireless signal inside a walk-in freezer?
@OStrich: No special shielding required. However, antenna's pigtail is usually pretty short, so you'll be limited to where you can put the AP.
Jan
14
reviewed Close Search all or search files as default in Windows 8