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Apr
17
revised Recurring iPhone 13019 error during syncing
added 4 characters in body
Apr
17
revised Problem using Polar Irda device in Windows Server 2008
deleted 22 characters in body
Apr
6
answered Does Linux support TRIM for SSDs on LVM?
Apr
1
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?
Feel free to mark this as accepted. You won't get rep, but it does let the system know it has an accepted answer, and future goolgers will be able to find it faster.
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
awarded  Deputy
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.
Feb
26
answered Do hard drives have to be mounted somewhere?
Feb
26
comment win ultimate 7 network problems
This is more appropriate on SuperUser, our site dedicated to questions like this.
Feb
21
answered Apply Gnome menu changes system wide
Feb
20
answered How does SSD garbage collection work?
Feb
11
answered Reset Windows 7 so its like the first time you login after an install
Feb
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
25
revised Deleting a Mac user account after logout
edited tags
Jan
25
revised Increasing disk space on VirtualBox
Give more info.
Jan
22
revised Is there a way to have syntax highlighting or code blocks with Evernote?
Fix title
Jan
22
answered Why is a network share only accessible via IP address?
Jan
13
comment How important is dual-gigabit lan for a super user's home NAS?
Absolutely. Even with 7.2K RPM drives, you won't risk crossing the GigE threshold until you get more than 12ish actively serving data. Dual NICs is an extra you can do without.