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revised Converting bandwidth: Bps-Bytes/s MBit-MB
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answered How do I get Wireshark to filter for a specific web host?
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comment How is PNG lossless given that it has a compression parameter?
+1 did not know that ffmpeg could handle pngs.
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answered Patch files for Linux Kernel 2.6
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comment How to manually trim an SSD in Windows 7?
The source code is unfortunately lost, but it appears that the tool writes <DRIVELETTER>:\_TRIM_, invokes TRIM on that and then removes it again.
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comment browse a library of iso without mounting each iso
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Not exactly a duplicate as the OP mentions tar -t which is not a Windows command. My guess is that OP is using Linux, but (s)he needs to clarify that.
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answered How to solve 'DRIVER_UNLOADED_WITHOUT_CANCELLING_PENDING_OPERATIONS' caused by intelppm.sys?
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answered Where I can find a repository for an old version of Ubuntu
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comment What's the difference between --param=“value” and “--param=value”?
And the shell-script equivalent: printargs(){ local arg; for arg; do echo "$arg"; done; }
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comment Why Firefox alert me about HTTPs “Untrusted” Connection on Positivessl - Comodo certificate?
You should not include the root CA. It is no use (it does not help in building a trust path) and enlarges the initial handshake size. Please test your setup with the ssllabs tool I linked above.
Jun
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comment chmod 700 -R ~ - is it safe?
This GNU coreutils command has the same effect: chmod -R ~ go-rwx,u+rwX. It first removes group and world permissions, then adds read and write to the user and execute to directories. Warning: some files are expected to have an execute bit (like those in ~/bin/ or node_modules/bin/).
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comment Why Firefox alert me about HTTPs “Untrusted” Connection on Positivessl - Comodo certificate?
@lito If I'm not mistaken, you should key + cert or pfx, not both. If you have a single file (for pfx) with keys and certs concatenated, you should append the CA bundle to that file. Otherwise, append the file to the cert. I suggest to keep the keys and certs separate anyway so you can set very tigh permissions on the keys.
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answered Why Firefox alert me about HTTPs “Untrusted” Connection on Positivessl - Comodo certificate?