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awarded  Popular Question
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asked Is there a SMTP client that support adding custom MIME headers?
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comment IP address different on Mac vs. PC?
A detailed output of "ipconfig/all" command on Windows and "ifconfig" on Mac would be helpful.
Dec
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comment What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
Thanks for the update!
Dec
6
comment Valid email account sends spam regularly
How do you confirm that the emails are actually coming from his Yahoo account? Are you sure the emails are not faked by others? Just like that one can write any "sender name/address" on the envelope of a piece of First Class Mail, SMTP does not require the "sender" field to be the real one.
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Dec
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comment Access Denied on some PDFs in Windows XP
Did you try rebooting the machine?
Dec
6
comment Reset supervisor password on Leveno T60
I would say that this is a ridiculous design decision. I remembered running into a similar situation several years ago -- I believed that I hadn't set the supervisor password for my T43, but the BIOS was constantly asking for it ever time I entered the set-up screen. I sent the ThinkPad to a third-party repairman who replaced the EEPROM on it and removed the supervisor password.
Dec
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revised How can I Download a MSDNAA Windows ISO without using a Windows machine?
change subject to properly reflect what's actually being asked
Dec
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suggested suggested edit on How can I Download a MSDNAA Windows ISO without using a Windows machine?
Dec
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comment What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
Side question: what was the tool you used to generate the chart?
Dec
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answered What is the typical real use case or application of symbolic/hard links in Linux?
Dec
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comment What is technically wrong with fast OS switching?
We could make it so that each OS only access certain parts (partitions) of the hard drive. Although the states of the partitions belonging to a different OS than the current one changes, it is still theoretically possible to switch back and forth.
Dec
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awarded  Nice Question
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Dec
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revised Have I successfully created an ramfs drive?
fix syntax in subject
Dec
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comment How can I crop every page of a large PDF file?
Do you know of any command line tool that does the same job? This should help scripting.