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Jun
24
comment Is there any way I can back up Hotmail/Outlook emails in Linux?
Clue's in the title: Hotmail/Outlook, i.e. somethingsomething@outlook.com
Jun
24
asked Is there any way I can back up Hotmail/Outlook emails in Linux?
May
11
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
21
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
19
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
12
asked Why is the Write Cache not set by default to enabled in Lubuntu 14.04?
Jan
1
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
25
accepted DNSCrypt not working - server certificate possibly expired
Dec
1
comment Intel SSD with retired blocks - how much life left?
It should be good for another 4 years at least if not far longer. SSDs take way longer to fail than optical drives.
Nov
28
comment Private torrent over LAN
BT is way more resilient at resuming stopped downloads, but I don't see why that would even be a problem in a LAN environment, so I agree with this ^^^
Nov
28
comment How to manage this unallocated space?
have you tried using gparted?
Nov
26
comment Wireshark and Playstation 3
This is plain wrong, there are plenty of P2P-based games which are hosted on locally, so there's no reason you wouldn't be able to determine the IP of whoever is connected to you if you are the host.
Nov
25
awarded  Curious
Nov
24
answered DNSCrypt not working - server certificate possibly expired
Nov
24
accepted Is it possible to encode subtitles into a MP4 file for use on a PS3?
Nov
24
asked DNSCrypt not working - server certificate possibly expired
Nov
3
accepted Installing OpenBSD 5.5 on Dell D430 - wireless card not working properly
Oct
22
comment Is it possible to encode subtitles into a MP4 file for use on a PS3?
I did this, it took about 3 hours to re-encode, but the PS3 still would not show the subtitles. If you select the subtitles (srt) file it doesn't show the 'burn in' option. If you select 'add' i.e. to add subtitles, it doesn't give an option to add the srt file.
Oct
21
comment Is it possible to encode subtitles into a MP4 file for use on a PS3?
I believe it's against board rules/etiquette to give an answer in the form of a link