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Jan
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comment Changing systemfile on linux - from ext3 to ext4
Yes, if the answer consists of simple googling like: "switching ext3 to ext4" and the website is the manual.
Jan
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answered Changing systemfile on linux - from ext3 to ext4
Jan
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comment Changing systemfile on linux - from ext3 to ext4
You simply use an fdisk tool. Mark the partition as ext4. Afterwards new files will be ext4, old files ext3. Therefore you could look for tools moving every file once.
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Dec
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comment Connected to wireless network, but can't access any web pages
I guess you have a nameserver problem. Try to ping 213.148.130.10. If this does work you could altough use it as a nameserver. Some networks don't provide a nameserver. But you should probably search the ip address of the nameserver of your provider. If i'm a bad guy this server could send you to any phising site and you wouldn't recognize.
Dec
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comment How can I replace icons of an application's executable?
He woulds like to edit the .exe file and change the icon contained in that file. This icon is called a program resource. You could read up on it here: stackoverflow.com/questions/673203/…
Nov
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asked Make all changes by a user reversible on linux
Mar
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comment Lenovo Thinkpad Overheating
I still use this technique with WD40. And i have till now used it on a lot of different Laptops. I never had any problems with it. I'm only using WD40, if I'm able to get the fan out of the socket. And then I put some WD40 on the axle of the fan. Afterwards i remove excess oil with a paper towel. Works fine for me.
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revised Merging many documents into one in Word 2007: How to make each one start on a new page?
fixed the links, as i have the reputation now
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comment /dev/sda1 or /dev/sdb1 i should write my iso? If i do wrong what will happen, can i reverse back?
Which filesystem was sda1?
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Nov
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comment Recover a locked hard-disk
harrymc is right. It is not possible to unlock it. I guess what you see is a black screen with a padlock asking for a password (At least on my Lenovo it looks this way). The password is part of the ATA specification. You could take a look at: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AT_Attachment#HDD_passwords_and_security There are corporations claiming to remove the password but they charge about 100$/drive. I'd suggest getting another drive. In a german pc magazine they warned that malware might be able to set the password to destroy harddrives (or charge the user for unlocking). Sorry for the bad news
Nov
17
answered I do not have an Ethernet port on my desktop PC