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Apr
12
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Apr
12
reviewed Leave Open Does Heartbleed Bug in OpenSSL affect ALL SSL certs
Apr
9
comment MIPS as a measurement of raw integer data processing
This would be more reasonable. I still think you're going to have a hard time turning it into a single number that you can compare, though. Especially comparing a single chip to a mainframe - there are a lot of implementation details that will complicate the comparison.
Apr
8
comment What exactly is a trigger port and how do I figure out which one it is?
in that case, hopefully my answer is more helpful. :)
Apr
8
answered What exactly is a trigger port and how do I figure out which one it is?
Apr
8
comment What exactly is a trigger port and how do I figure out which one it is?
Specific information in your case can probably be found by clicking on the "What is that?" links.
Apr
8
answered MIPS as a measurement of raw integer data processing
Apr
8
answered scp file with spaces in it
Apr
8
comment Linking router from VPN to main network?
I haven't used a PPTP VPN before but I assume the VPN doesn't know to route packets intended for hosts 100-149 to the D-Link router. Devices 151-200 work because the DD-WRT router knows not to route those to the VPN tunnel. But I could be wrong.
Apr
8
comment Linking router from VPN to main network?
I'll be the first to admit that I don't know as much as I'd like about networking, but I would put the routers on different subnets in an arrangement like this.
Mar
24
answered Would being connected to two networks increase bandwidth/speed up access?
Mar
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I reorder tmux windows?
Mar
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Delete URL history in Google Chrome
Mar
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can I filter incoming messages meeting certain criteria into some sort of folder?
Mar
23
comment How Does Integrated Graphics Card work
Note that the new Haswell CPUs also have the "Crystalwell" eDRAM chip on the same package (although not on the same die). This is 128MB of very fast memory shared between the CPU and GPU (I don't know all the details). Intel calls it "L4" cache.
Mar
23
comment SSH pipe include command
Won't work - using head -n -1 will get rid of the last line of the file, not the first. You want to do this: ssh user@example.com "fswebcam -d /dev/video0 --save -" | tail -n +2 > img1 EDIT: @hlovdal is correct as well.
Mar
3
comment Is this hard drive salvageable at all?
RAID is not a backup. It protects you against a drive dying, but not against software issues or systemic failure. If you care about data integrity you should use RAID and external/offsite backups.
Mar
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Windows shows only 29GB of HDD available on a new laptop?
Mar
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on SMART-status: reallocated_sector_ct FAILING_NOW
Mar
1
comment Is it possible to boot Linux on a x86 machine with uboot?
In theory, it's possible. U-Boot does support x86. However, you will probably have a hard time getting it to work on an arbitrary x86 box. (Also, I'm not sure why you'd want to. Maybe look into coreboot instead?)