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revised Mysterious misspelled words in OS X's autocorrect/spellcheck
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comment Synergy - Right click on windows with Apple keyboard
This solution works flawlessly with the latest version of Synergy + OS X Mavericks + Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
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accepted How does the performance of nano/pico wireless adapters vs. regular-sized USB/PCI-E adapters compare?
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answered Computer crashes if left unattended AND running uTorrent, what could be?
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comment FTP “425 Can't open data connection” only happens when using command prompt
I don't think that actually works. Can you confirm that quote pasv actually does something in ftp.exe and isn't just a dummy command?
Aug
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comment Can I connect and disconnect a SATA harddrive while my computer is running?
Also, if you can't find SATA drives in "Safely Remove Hardware" in XP, you can use Hotswap!, which puts a new icon in your systray and will let you hotswap SATA drives just fine. Just make sure your BIOS supports it and install the latest motherboard drivers in case you're still using the old Intel ICH7 drivers that weren't hotswap ready.
Aug
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comment Can I connect and disconnect a SATA harddrive while my computer is running?
If you're gonna be doing this often, a hotswap rack is a convenient way of doing it. I don't know if it connects/disconnects the power/data cables in a specific order, but they're designed specifically for this purpose and will prevent the connectors on the HDD from wearing out.
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comment Is it possible to upload with torrent?
Nobody should be using FTP at this point unless they are in a corporate ecosystem with some very peculiar restraints. SFTP or SCP have been around for ages and are superior in pretty much every way. HTTP upload/download resume is not commonly implemented, but most SFTP clients and servers support resumed transfers. Your other best option is to use a multipart archive so you can upload/send one piece at a time. Dropbox is also pretty convenient (though you have to pay for extra storage if the file is very large).