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comment Load multiple files simulatenously with cURL
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comment Adding another graphics card so I can have 3 screens
skypecakes, for EyeFinity you need an active DisplayPOrt adapter. These are more expensive, but you're right that NewEgg does have them at reasonable prices, from $27/ea.
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comment T60 Screen/LCD gets black after some minutes with a highpitched sound rising and fading
@Edward A faulty power management configuration and/or power management drivers can cause this sound. I've found that this definitely happens on Linux systems on the T61, but can be minimized through kernel options. I'm not aware of anyone killing their inverter through this, but I wouldn't be surprised.
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answered Linux program to convert audio file of fax transmission to image?
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comment How do I download a single file in 2 parts to different locations using wget?
It is better not to use -O here as the OP would like to specify the destinations. curl -o file.part1 -r0-490000 $url & curl -o file.part2 -r490001- $url
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comment Windows Software to Save Arbitrary Application State
PySuspend and Pausep issue a Windows equivalent to the POSIX SIGSTOP/SIGCONT signals. This does not allow the application to be entirely "shut down", it does not release any memory allocations. They simply stop the process from using any CPU until you unsuspend/resume the process.