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accepted Debugging Windows 7 FTP woes
Aug
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comment Debugging Windows 7 FTP woes
I take my comment back. I just installed Filezilla and my issues went away!
Aug
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revised Debugging Windows 7 FTP woes
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Aug
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comment Debugging Windows 7 FTP woes
I'm using the Windows FTP stack. I haven't tried any other FTP servers and as per my edit I won't need to.
Aug
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asked Debugging Windows 7 FTP woes
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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answered Serial port RS-232 and Security
Jun
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comment VMware and Windows Activation
Restored from backups and now I am happy!
Jun
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comment VMware and Windows Activation
Well I can't see how the changes to the host system affect the vm's, but I'll give it to anyway for problem #2. Looks like its a restore from backups for me!
Jun
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accepted VMware and Windows Activation
Jun
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asked VMware and Windows Activation
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revised Multi serial devices on one port
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revised Multi serial devices on one port
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answered Multi serial devices on one port
May
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comment Choice and setup of version control
Grant - Yes I understand that commit is a repo wide action in SVN in terms of bumping the version number. I asked a more specific question on SO stackoverflow.com/questions/2921305/… and the answer seems to be that in svn branches (but not commits) are not repo wide actions but in a DVCS branches and commits are a repo wide action. Thus a DVCS would only suit me if I pitched repos at the module level. So I still meed to think long and hard about project organisation
May
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comment Choice and setup of version control
Grant, are you sure you can't branch a subversion repository at a sub-directory level. The red book svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch04s02.html seems to suggest that you can.
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revised Choice and setup of version control
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asked Choice and setup of version control
May
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comment How to activate Windows XP from Windows 7 compatibility mode on MacOS Parallels 5
Personally I would be leery of trying to run what amounts to a virtual machine inside a virtual machine. And while it is not a solution to your problem, you can still buy XP. If all you need is XP on your box, that would be a better way to go.
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awarded  Editor