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Nov
15
revised Windows Services for UNIX 3.5 windows 7 x64
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Nov
15
answered TCP server listen and client listen windows software
Nov
15
comment What information can my ISP see from my router?
@Chipperyman Information they get OF your router is your router's MAC at the WAN interface of the router. But Through the router they also get all the packets that go between WAN and LAN. So you might want to encrypt where possible if you're concerned about that.
Nov
14
comment How can I run software hidden in Windows XP?
@kingoleg hstart does work in XP, i've used it there. But I notice that (windows version not relevant) it doesn't hide windows generally. The only window it hides is the console window. so hstart calc.exe and calc.exe is visible. hstart /NOCONSOLE dir >c:\blah\a.a and that runs that without any console window. And you misread.. The website doesn't say only win7 and vista. The website says about it dealing with UAC in Win7 and Vista. XP of course has no UAC but hstart runs in XP and you can hide a console window with it.
Nov
14
comment Photoshop CC 2014 Boot Loop
the log says about a problem at some address so maybe you have a RAM issue. But I guess mac users don't try opening up their pretty computers.
Nov
14
comment Photoshop CC 2014 Boot Loop
adobe charge so much a month for creative cloud, why not call them and ask and report back? And try the obvious - uninstalling and installing
Nov
14
answered Is it possible to use a ethernet switch to provide two different routers with the same internet?
Nov
14
comment Is there any software or registry hack to add a specific item to the context menu for specific executables?
+1 looks good.. i'll give it a try when I can.
Nov
13
answered wget and vnc viewer give error about buffer space and chrome can't browse
Nov
13
asked wget and vnc viewer give error about buffer space and chrome can't browse
Nov
13
comment How can I run software hidden in Windows XP?
@kingoleg hstart.exe does run on xp.. and the latest hstart includes hstartui.exe which is gui and runs on xp. there is also an hstart64.exe The website for hstart is ntwind.com and XP is in the NT family of operating systems. And what do you mean when you say hstart has different purpose?
Nov
13
comment How to tell `links` to ignore expired SSL certificate and proceed?
perhaps you can address this superuser.com/questions/839780/links-ssl-error it seems https.c from links.twibright.com/download/links-2.8.tar.gz has no verify_cert function
Nov
13
revised Links SSL Error
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Nov
13
revised Links SSL Error
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Nov
13
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Nov
13
comment How can I run software hidden in Windows XP?
does HSTART do it too? and i've heard cmdow possibly.
Nov
13
comment How can I run software hidden in Windows XP?
+1 to @Ramhound I would've done -1 for you the question but I fixed it.To reiterate somewhat,You should not have written 'hidden mode' when that's a term you made up. Sure it's possible to run programs hidden..some applications can do that built in and if not other applications can wrap them and do it, and there's an answer re those that act as a wrapper for whatever program in windows.But ur question title suggests u're using some win xp 'hidden mode' and you have an issue with it.That mode doesn't exist.n Hence me upvoting ramhound's comment, and downvoting your question.I fixed it though.
Nov
13
revised How can I run software hidden in Windows XP?
fixed it removed mode
Nov
12
revised Perl for matching with regular expressions in Terminal?
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Nov
12
comment Perl for matching with regular expressions in Terminal?
@AndersSvensson To make a further point, just recently, over here I ask a similar question that you ask.. about the difference between -0777 and /s (because I momentarily forgot!). Check the answer given by qtax but also check my answer to my own question.. as it gives examples demonstrating the difference between /s and -0777 stackoverflow.com/questions/26875838/…