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Apr
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answered How to create multiple directories use Bash
Apr
7
comment How do I extract all the external links of a web page?
@user1212010: This site relies on the questioner to mark the answer as correct if he/she feels it solved the problem. Checking it as such is the best way to say "Thanks" on SU :-) .
Apr
7
revised Why can't I connect to my ip?
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Apr
7
revised How do I extract all the external links of a web page?
Addendum on OP typo
Apr
7
answered How do I extract all the external links of a web page?
Apr
7
revised Connecting to a UltraVNC server in one click
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Apr
7
comment Get Supported Unicode Ranges from Font *.ttf file on Ubuntu
@ShockwaveNN: well, say so in your question then. Your chances of getting a fitting answer to your question increases if you state your actual question.
Apr
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awarded  Mortarboard
Apr
6
comment How to determine Linksys router's IP when it is in gateway mode?
You actually don't explicitly say in your question, so: have you tried 192.168.0.1 ?
Apr
6
comment Frequent connection drops when playing online games (StarCraft 2, Battlefield 3) and behind NAT - how to diagnose?
This site is explicitly not for buying recommendations, but if I give some tips in these comments, no one will ever know [diabolical laugh]. I use a Netgear WNR-3500L, and I have recommended that for a couple of other persons over the years. In my country it goes for currency translated $75. I have heard good things about D-Link DIR-655. As a rule of thumb, routers give you what you pay for. Look at smallnetbuilder.com for great comparisons.
Apr
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answered Why do we have NAT if we could just assign a public IP address?
Apr
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answered Frequent connection drops when playing online games (StarCraft 2, Battlefield 3) and behind NAT - how to diagnose?
Apr
6
comment New Motherboard, Computer not Producing Display or Shutting Off
CPU pins that have been bent could very well be the problem. You could try your luck with another PSU first (since it is cheaper, and thus could be worth a shot to look at), but with the information on the bent CPU pins, I would no longer say that the PSU failing is much more likely than the CPU failing. But you said the old computer just died, and that was before the pins got bent, I suspect, so I still wouldn't rule out the PSU (at least as the original problem).
Apr
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answered New Motherboard, Computer not Producing Display or Shutting Off
Apr
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comment Regex in Notepad++ 6
What do you expect your regexp to do?
Apr
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revised Get Supported Unicode Ranges from Font *.ttf file on Ubuntu
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Apr
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answered Get Supported Unicode Ranges from Font *.ttf file on Ubuntu
Apr
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answered Restore default permissions to “/var” to CentOS installation
Apr
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revised How Windows Explorer FTPs a Linux Server
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Apr
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answered How Windows Explorer FTPs a Linux Server