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Jul
25
comment PC boot gives “Please enter SETUP to recover BIOS setting ” message
You'd have to create a blank line. So, not just Enter once, but twice.
Jul
25
comment PC boot gives “Please enter SETUP to recover BIOS setting ” message
(As an aside: please note that paragraphs are created by simply using a blank line in between two paragraphs. Using explicit line breaks like you're doing is hardly ever correct. Thanks!)
Jul
25
comment PC boot gives “Please enter SETUP to recover BIOS setting ” message
Please read How do I ask a good question?
Jul
25
comment Can I set a Mikrotik routerboard 951G wireless to cover a 3 story building and 480+ users?
Are you expecting these 480+ users to be online simultaneously? And would they need their own password, or can they share a single one? Is this the one? routerboard.com/RB951Ui-2HnD (Then given the price alone I very much doubt it.)
Jul
25
revised Can I set a Mikrotik routerboard 951G wireless to cover a 3 story building and 480+ users?
Added "minor detail" to the title
Jul
24
revised What does the “w” in “yum install -y php56w” stand for?
Made title summarize the question
Jul
24
comment Cannot install IE11 “did not finish” … out of ideas
Assuming you once fixed this: can you please post an answer for future visitors?
Jul
24
comment How can I clear a single site from the cache in Firefox?
I wonder if that Firefox bug isn't simply about 301 Moved Permanently redirects, which are, well, designed to be permanent. If Firefox would indeed cache 302 Found, then that would indeed be a bug.
Jul
24
comment Why am I constantly running out of entropy?
As for your workaround, "rngd -r /dev/random [...] did nothing": it seems that it outputs to /dev/random by default, but in that command you're also reading from /dev/random. Are you sure that's the way to use it? Should't you read from some other source (or leave -r out of the command to use its defaults)? What if you run it in the foreground, rngd -rf /dev/random? (Also, How to fix the entropy pool issue with RHEL 5.x on Server Fault suggests to add a -t 0.1 or -t 0.001 parameter.)
Jul
21
revised How can I disable dates in the Calc?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jul
21
comment Can I allocate IPv6 addresses to directories of my web server?
Related: How to set apache virtualhost to work with ipv6? on Server Fault, and htaccess mod_rewrite allow ipv6 on Stack Overflow.
Jul
19
comment I Can't Submit a Bug Report Because the Bug Reporter has a Bug
If you'd want others to investigate, then we'd also need the URL. (Yeah, I know typing the URL from the image is fewer characters than this very comment... By the way, It might be related to ADB blocking 3rd party scripts.)
Jul
19
revised As a user, how can I open a site in a popup window without toolbars?
Made title summarize question and made clear it's not a JavaScript developer's question; moved image to Stack Exchange account
Jul
15
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Jul
13
comment Any way to “reboot” a USB port on a Mac Mini?
Though apparently unplugging it helps for you: I wonder about the same thing when the USB controller has somehow shut down probably due to requesting too much power (though not actually using it). I had to reboot my MacBook to bring the USB ports back to life after I connected a non-powered hub for two USB relays...
Jul
12
revised How can I remove malicious spyware, malware, viruses or rootkits from my PC?
Fixed few it's that were its
Jul
12
revised SSH access to AWS Ubuntu EC2 Instance times out
Fixed title to describe the problem
Jul
12
comment SSH access to AWS Ubuntu EC2 Instance times out
Showing some debug info using -v or even -vvv will help. Also, what does chmod without permissions do?
Jul
11
revised Problems with connecting to internet, except for Internet Explorer, OneDrive and Office
Merged comment from author into question
Jul
11
comment Problems with connecting to internet, except for Internet Explorer, OneDrive and Office
If Firefox (and the other software, I assume) is not using the proxy, then why are you using proxy settings to start with? (My guess is that the Microsoft software will stop working too, when you disable the proxy. Or that Firefox will work if you make it use the system proxy settings.)