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Jul
21
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
22
revised Can Dropbox under OS X be accessed from a command line?
retag, removed mac tag since not hardware related
Apr
22
awarded  Organizer
Apr
22
revised Accidentally deleted the /System/Library/Perl folder
retag from hardware to software
Apr
22
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Apr
22
suggested approved edit on Can Dropbox under OS X be accessed from a command line?
Apr
22
comment Can Dropbox under OS X be accessed from a command line?
If you have Dropbox installed, it behaves like a normal folder so just a cd ~/Dropbox (if using the default) would work.
Jan
15
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Oct
26
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
13
comment Unable to start the Genymotion virtual device
That video card has support for OpenGL 2.1, which was released back in 2006. Judging by the error message, it's not enough for Genymotion, or there's a driver conflict. I'd recommend moving this to SuperUser, since it's not an Android question, but a driver issue.
Aug
13
comment Unable to start the Genymotion virtual device
From the Genymotion FAQ: Q: When you start a virtual device, you get an error about OpenGL initialization. A: This is probably due to an outdated video driver, or a very old video chipset. Try to update your graphic card driver using the latest version provided by your manufacturer (available on their website).
Jul
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Apr
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Mar
21
answered creating a network between localhost and virtual machine
Mar
21
comment Unable to Create Bootable USB from Windows Vista ISO
It should be OK, if I remember correctly the SecureDownloadManager application checks it automatically. If it still doesn't work, I don't know what could be wrong. Maybe try mounting it in DaemonTools?
Mar
21
answered Cloning repository within many directories
Mar
21
comment Unable to Create Bootable USB from Windows Vista ISO
The Dreamspark downloader should check the ISO before finishing the download, but I generally don't trust any downloader programs. I'd retry.
Mar
21
comment Unable to Create Bootable USB from Windows Vista ISO
Then it's probably a corrupt ISO image. Try redownloading or verifying the MD5 sum.
Mar
21
answered Unable to Create Bootable USB from Windows Vista ISO
Mar
21
answered Is there a way to forward graphical windows via SSH from a headless box?