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For links to some of my open source projects: https://code.google.com/u/evan.teran/


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revised copying a file to a hard link
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Sep
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comment copying a file to a hard link
@Hennes, thanks for your response. I would say that there is a difference between "hard to answer" and "off topic". Certainly the answer may be "primarily opinion based" but that's a different story. I would like to clarify the reason I found it unintuitive. I know that writing to one updates both, but, my mental image of a copy is to "replace" the destination, not "update" it. However, I do understand your point/
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asked copying a file to a hard link
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Aug
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comment OSX 10.6 keep using default route other than what it gets from wireless DHCP
well I didn't add the route manually. I can of course delete it and then add a proper default route. How do I make the change survive a reboot?
Aug
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comment OSX 10.6 keep using default route other than what it gets from wireless DHCP
I have definitely tried that :-/ Also, as you can see, there is a route to my network (I can connect o local lan stuff). It's just not the default route.
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asked OSX 10.6 keep using default route other than what it gets from wireless DHCP
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asked DPMS, keep screen off when lid shut
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comment How can I make Windows XP use more than 2.5GB of RAM?
how much ram do things like your video card have? they occupy some of the physical memory space so if you have a 1GB video card, well that's 1GB of physical RAM which gets bump above the 4GB mark (which 32-bit versions of windows ignore).
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comment 8GB RAM on XP Professional
My Linux box is happily using 8GB at the moment with a 32-bit kernel.