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comment OneNote 2010 page down in long printouts makes reading difficult
@harrymc I did. Bounty and accepting an answer are two different things.
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comment OneNote 2010 page down in long printouts makes reading difficult
@harrymc That bounty is not from me. Ask Ape-inago.
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comment OneNote 2010 page down in long printouts makes reading difficult
Very smart hack!
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answered Why is the System process listening on Port 443?
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accepted Switching Windows XP to 120 DPI slows down Acrobat Reader 9
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comment Switching Windows XP to 120 DPI slows down Acrobat Reader 9
I think I must have gotten a wrong cause, these issues are probably not directly related. But somebody else might have had same problem.
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comment How to mv a folder in Linux retaining its mtime?
@Gilles: Very interesting, did not realize stat was not portable.
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comment How to mv a folder in Linux retaining its mtime?
@Gilles: I do not know why is it happening. It is the mv step that causes trouble. The NFS server is actually a NetApp storage, I know virtually nothing about its internals.
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comment How to mv a folder in Linux retaining its mtime?
@Eureka: I find it extremely hard to believe that something I would consider so basic can be such a mess. It is almost 2011. Thanks for those resources!
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comment How to mv a folder in Linux retaining its mtime?
@Eureka: Good explanation, but why is it done this way? If I was to implement mv on a directory data, I would simply change the .. in the data's contents and modify the source and target directories to list the moved item properly. No other directories would need to be touched.
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comment How to mv a folder in Linux retaining its mtime?
The mtime is more complicated than that. Only the parent directory and the directories directly under it have mtime changed. All other directories remain the same. One would expect either every single directory to be changed, or only the parent.