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comment scp -q isn't quiet between different hosts
You can also specify this at the command line, e.g.: scp -q -o LogLevel=QUIET /tmp/foo someotherhost:/tmp
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comment 7-zip files on Linux with AES-256 encryption
Thanks. I had to add -pmypassword to the command.
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comment 7-zip files on Linux with AES-256 encryption
ah! yes I did mean to use a password. I've been testing, testing, testing, and mistakenly left that option out. Adding back in -pmypassword to the command did the trick and I can see AE-256 Deflate when opened in Windows. Can you post as an answer and I'll accept?
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comment OS X won't see Windows 7 in network (and vice versa)
ping 192.168.0.17 without the backslashes is correct.
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comment OS X won't see Windows 7 in network (and vice versa)
I'd start by trying to ping each other from either side. Open up a command line in Windows and do ping 192.168.0.17 (assuming .17 is the Mac's IP). From OSX, open up a terminal and do ping 192.168.0.6.