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CapturedOnEarth Photography, Geocaching(Yamar author of geoqo), HAM Radio(WS6Z), Linux, Security, Perl, Net-SNMP, DNSSEC-Tools. IE: just another geek


Oct
29
comment Revision / backup software for folder?
rsync doesn't, no, but that's what bullet #2 covered: how to do backups, etc, using a version control system.
May
3
comment Is NTFS really secure?
I think you meant to say "on Windows you are the superuser", cause it's definitely not true on OSX. On windows, many default installation setups will assume you don't want privilege separation.
Apr
20
comment Need to copy images from diff folder in linux shell
Note he said "copied" not "moved", so "cp" would be better than "mv".
Apr
7
comment How to connect to `tcp://192.168.202.112:11053` by command line?
Are you sure it's not firewalled off? The service can be on but no packets may actually be delivered.
Mar
24
comment Can't connect to the internet
Windows? OSX? Linux?
Mar
24
comment how to connect to my home computer when i was at company
You don't say what you want to do when you connect, and you don't say what the OS is (I suspect windows?). That'd be helpful.
Mar
10
comment How to reach a Global Scope IPv6 host?
Then BillThor's answer is correct :-)
Mar
10
comment How to reach a Global Scope IPv6 host?
What OS is the base machine? looks like it's linux, but you didn't state?
Feb
24
comment Revision / backup software for folder?
rsync would still work, btw, but it's a bit harder to automated on a regular schedule on XP.
Feb
24
comment Revision / backup software for folder?
Ah, you didn't specify XP in your original post.
Feb
4
comment Programmer's text editor with vertical split view for Mac OS X
Short-cuts are now really just that: short-cuts. Everything is mouse enabled and menu-enabled now. The short cuts are generally faster to use because your fingers don't have to move to and from the mouse, but most of them aren't required any longer.