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Sep
7
revised Use Cygwin Bash automatically in Emacs
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Sep
7
revised Use Cygwin Bash automatically in Emacs
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Sep
6
revised How many Tor exit nodes are there?
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Sep
6
revised Cannot change MS Office 2010 icons
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Sep
5
revised Why do I only get 300-400 Mbit/s on my 1000 Mbit/s network?
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Sep
5
revised Why do I only get 300-400 Mbit/s on my 1000 Mbit/s network?
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Sep
5
revised Why do I only get 300-400 Mbit/s on my 1000 Mbit/s network?
Proper unit for data rate.
Sep
4
revised Do I really need a firewall?
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Sep
4
revised Data coming from the network is only partially transfered on Asus EEE 1001HA, Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid
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Sep
4
revised Data coming from the network is only partially transfered on Asus EEE 1001HA, Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid
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Sep
4
revised Data coming from the network is only partially transfered on Asus EEE 1001HA, Ubuntu 10.4 Lucid
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Sep
4
comment Application to (deliberately) consume CPU time?
Yes, this (almost) work. Running "stress" in Cygwin with 1 process on a quad core system and limit set in Battle Encoder Shirase to 80% (20% left for the "stress" process) resulted in close to the expected CPU load of 25% x 0.2 = 3.75%. But "stress" is not suitable for this purpose as it starts a separate process for each CPU: There are only 3 targets in Battle Encoder Shirase and it can not limit for the 4th CPU on a quad core system. Battle Encoder Shirase remains the key to the solution, a program that uses 4 threads instead of 4 processes to load the CPUs is needed.
Sep
4
accepted Application to (deliberately) consume CPU time?
Sep
3
revised Ubuntu 10.04 LAMP installation
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Sep
3
revised Alternative to Sandboxie for 64-bit systems?
De-walled.
Sep
2
revised Using wireless networking with VMWare Workstation 6.5
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Sep
1
revised How to have Internet Explorer 7 and Internet Explorer 8 together on Windows XP?
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Aug
31
revised Hosts File not working correctly
Formatting, mostly.
Aug
31
revised PuTTY tunnels and IP address translation
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Aug
30
revised Good (modern) Windows text editor for editing e-mail?
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