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Oct
25
answered Hungry hungry BIOS: why do I have less than 4 GiB of memory?
Oct
4
asked How do I write an imapfilter “does not contain” email rule please?
Apr
7
revised Should I host my wordpress blog on a Raspberry Pi at home? [6mbps dl/0.98mbps ul] ~7K hits?
Added a bonus question
Apr
7
revised Should I host my wordpress blog on a Raspberry Pi at home? [6mbps dl/0.98mbps ul] ~7K hits?
Added a bonus question
Apr
7
asked Should I host my wordpress blog on a Raspberry Pi at home? [6mbps dl/0.98mbps ul] ~7K hits?
Nov
23
comment Two different subwoofers aren't working on my machine or my phone
I filled out the form for Amazon's return policy and reported the existing (new) subwoofer as faulty. I requested the exact duplicate model be sent. It arrived last night and when I plugged it into the headphone socket on my phone it worked perfectly, with subwoofer playing music and sounding quite awesome. I haven't tried my computer yet but since my phone worked I think the situation is that I'd broken my original sub woofer and the first replacement one I bought from Amazon just happened to have the same flaw out of the box.
Nov
23
comment Two different subwoofers aren't working on my machine or my phone
Firstly, I want to sincerely thank you for a well written and well thought out response. I really appreciate anyone who takes the time to answer my questions, especially ones that are as tricky as this.
Nov
17
comment Two different subwoofers aren't working on my machine or my phone
The subwoofer has its own power supply from a wall socket and I am similarly convinced that at one point or another I did listen to music on my phone and the sub worked (before the old sub broke). Alas, I've also tried a laptop computer and it too plays music out the speakers but not the sub woofer. Now testing three devices with the new subwoofer it's looking more like this is broken and needs to be sent back.
Nov
17
asked Two different subwoofers aren't working on my machine or my phone
Nov
3
awarded  Editor
Nov
3
revised What could be blocking my DynDNS?
Further Expanded with another guide
Nov
3
answered What could be blocking my DynDNS?
Nov
3
comment How to use special characters in username/password for HTTP proxy?
Yes. Because the format is username:password@server:port, having @ in the middle of your password causes the right hand side of your password to be considered the hostname, thus the hostname resolution above fails because it thinks the hostname is r@http-gateway.domain.org. The "r@" should not be there.
Nov
3
comment How to use special characters in username/password for HTTP proxy?
This is a Linux based question, not a Windows based question, using ^ doesn't work for me. I still get wget: unable to resolve host address tf4ce@server.company.com'` after setting the proxy environmental variable.
Nov
3
awarded  Critic
Aug
23
comment Bash autocomplete paths “through” environmental variables
Sorry, I don't know. I think that requires a fresh post.
May
30
awarded  Scholar
May
30
accepted Bash autocomplete paths “through” environmental variables
May
28
awarded  Student
May
28
awarded  Teacher