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Jul
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comment End user of Novell Netware needs to keep drives mounted
@KContreau IF the Netware client is installed and logged in, mapping to a Netware server will cause Windows to pass the Novell credential. If it is installed, but not logged in, it'll trigger a login prompt. Things get murkier when CIFS is the connection method, not NCP.
Jul
18
answered End user of Novell Netware needs to keep drives mounted
Jun
25
answered How to get full permission on client
Jun
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Jun
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Jun
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Jun
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answered Is file system part of operating system?
Jun
3
revised Questions about storage virtualization
Improve readabillity, less of a massive slug-o-text
Jun
3
answered Questions about storage virtualization
May
7
answered Writing to NTFS (Win2008) from Snow Leopard & External HDD's
Apr
17
answered Two easy networking questions
Apr
17
revised Recurring iPhone 13019 error during syncing
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Apr
17
revised Problem using Polar Irda device in Windows Server 2008
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Apr
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answered Does Linux support TRIM for SSDs on LVM?
Apr
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answered Windows 7 Ethernet Network problem
Mar
27
comment How can I re-enable the web interface of a dd-wrt router with no SSH or telnet connection?
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Mar
3
comment Dual Stack Routers for home use?
They do exist, just not on the budget of your typical home network router. Once the device exceeds the cost of a spare PC running a hand-tuned Linux, that hand-tuned Linux starts looking mighty attractive.
Feb
28
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Feb
28
revised Linux kernel fails to load, but gives no error
Fix capitalization, spacing, paragraphing, and phrasing.
Feb
27
comment Linux Directories to Map to SSD
+1, All very fine choices. Personally I'd also add /var to it, but that fails the 'blast with writes' criteria.