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answered Export variables or set them in .profile?
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a way to make Chrome ask me every time a web page tries to redirect me?
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reviewed Leave Open (When) is CONHOST.EXE actually necessary?
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reviewed Close Live stream laptop screen to TV via LAN?
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reviewed Close Where does Windows store its current wallpaper?
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reviewed Close Where in FFmpeg is the DTS decoder located?
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reviewed Close Excel sheet column names had changed from A, B, C to 1, 2, 3
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reviewed Close I am unable to log on to Windows 7 because I only have an option for “other user”.
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reviewed Close How to using ffmpeg to insert logo to the live video stream
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reviewed Close Acces VBA code combination not working, issue with exit sub?
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reviewed Close Cannot delete a few mysterious directories. Says they are owned by SYSTEM. I am an administrator on the machine
Jul
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revised Is it possible to upload with torrent?
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Jul
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answered Is it possible to upload with torrent?
Jul
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answered Can this be called a P2P connection?
Jul
25
answered How to replace a USB wireless mouse receiver in this case?
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answered How to uninstall adware?
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answered Windows 7 crashes after changing number of processors
Jul
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answered How to boot to tftp grub via a USB drive
Jul
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comment What is the exact use of a MAC address?
You could replace the underlying layer 2 with something entirely different (though I don't know what) and IP will still work the same. The IP protocol (Layer 3) doesn't care if the individual hosts are addressed beneath by MAC or some other scheme. Of course there is need to maintain IP to MAC mapping - but it's difficult to know if ARP really "belongs" to Layer 3 or Layer 2. The point is the layer 2 protocol doesn't have to be Ethernet and IP doesn't care/need to know what the Layer 2 protocol is.
Jul
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revised In the context of virtual machines, what's the difference between a reference machine and base image?
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