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comment Disabling and enabling the Modem
You could turn the modem off manually, or you could get a plug that you can set a time on, and it turns whatever is plugged into it, on/off at certain times. A time switch might do it.
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comment Using wireless printer as wired
@bobbypin try going down to your local high street and asking anybody you see. Asking where you can buy a usb cable is like asking where you can buy a knife and fork, it's an every day item.
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comment Debugging my Android phone through ADB gets me: < was unexpected at this time
what if you type just adb<ENTER> how about adb shell
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comment Using wireless printer as wired
From the looks of things / similar things youtube.com/watch?v=9WMmP4IcvEE your terminology might not be correct. It looks like maybe the way it works is your connect to it wirelessly then it's part of the network then it's just network printing.. So if you can print over a network then whether a computer is connected wired or wirelessly shouldn't matter. I don't know whether the printer works as a wireless access point or wireless client but it might not matter. Maybe it's a wireless access point and a different subnet you can't access, maybe that's the issue
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comment Using wireless printer as wired
AT Ramhound, if you want to say something is impossible, you should provide a reason. If it works like a wireless access point then maybe it's possible to connect a Pi to it wirelessly thereby effectively converting the wireless to wired.
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comment Windows launch second RStudio?
@Mrfunny744 this is a site with many users, you don't need to comment that you don't know. If you don't reply then it can be assumed that you likely don't know. You don't have to be sorry about that. Most people don't know the answer to questions, but it's best that they don't try leaving comments saying they don't know. Your question to him was still useful because he clarified what he meant and it may help somebody else answer, if they know.
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comment Windows launch second RStudio?
There is also an R-studio is an undeleting program. So you should clarify your question with what you wrote in comment. You could include screenshots too.
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comment SSH: Only allow known IPs
maybe this cabn be done within ssh in which case you should state what ssh server you installed.
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comment Show all files a program has opened
I guess you still get lots of repeats like in the screenshot in my comment, a file blah.txt could be repeated loads of times. I can't see a way to get it to only show once, unless perhaps exporting to excel and running something there.
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comment Show all files a program has opened
I suppose if you could filter by process and then by unique file then it wouldn't be so much info. I guess it'd need exporting and then running a macro or something.. so the efficient way would be if that could somehow be done from the command line
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comment Show all files a program has opened
These are all the things related to a file that notepad reads.. i'm not sure which involves reading though i.imgur.com/wczx43T.png But what if you just run process monitor and filter on a process name.. You will get every file the process works with
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comment Show all files a program has opened
What if in process monitor, you filter for process of notepad.exe and path that starts with C:\
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comment Show all files a program has opened
AT Ramhound, he said "all files the process has opened, not just the ones it has open when I look for them" Try quoting more of his sentence. and he said "Notepad reads everything into memory, then closes the file" <-- And he is correct. So he's suggesting that if notepad were to keep the handle open then he'd know.
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comment Windows 7 search function does not work
are calculator and cmd in your start menu?
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comment sed option to preserve file times during a find/replace?
sed -i '.bak' would I think not preserve the file but back it up. But how about sed without -i and use redirect sed "s/a/b/" >file.b or just cat file1|sed "s/a/b/" or sed "s/a/b/" file.a They dump to screen. Only the sed -i will overwrite the original file.
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comment How to restore the access to the Samsung BIOS after restoring the MBR with the Dual-boot Repair tool on Windows 10?
Call samsung. If they can do anything or can't do anything much they can at least point you to the driver and other things download page for your laptop on the support section of their website!
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comment How to unmount a VHD via command line in Windows 10
Well, keep trying to find native cmd.exe ways of mounting a vhd, besides diskpart. And we shall see if you succeed
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comment How to restore the access to the Samsung BIOS after restoring the MBR with the Dual-boot Repair tool on Windows 10?
samsung site flash bios?
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comment How to unmount a VHD via command line in Windows 10
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment How to unmount a VHD via command line in Windows 10
I think it'd be hard enough even finding a 3rd party one that does. Native commands are pretty well known, i'm sure there aren't any that do it other than diskpart. It's almost a miracle that diskpart does it. (since diskpart is such a "simple" program rather like fdisk was, and people tend to use it without noticing the option. The idea that there's another native command that'd do it, is almost unthinkable. If you can put a batch file on there, can you not put a program like diskpart on there?