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revised View IP connections on Windows originating from VM or Connection Sharing (like netstat-nat)
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asked View IP connections on Windows originating from VM or Connection Sharing (like netstat-nat)
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awarded  Curious
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asked Equivalent for FILTER() formula in Libre Office
Aug
19
comment Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
Leaving the dead board power powered up for a while, it started to try to spin up. I noticed a lot of heat around the L6262 (pre-amp?) Any chance powering the motor from the good board while connecting the original board to the data header might work?
Aug
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accepted Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
Aug
19
comment Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
Well yep.. the RAM seems to be different sizes based on datasheets I can find, but I disagree.. the brand of ram does not fundamentally change anything. I was lucky before, similar boards worked for me, but in this case I'm out of luck :(
Aug
19
comment Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
however, the differing chip is only the RAM, everything else looks the same, but of course, isn't. I guess something is programmed differently (firmware), so I'm still wondering if I can override this somehow. Any ideas?
Aug
19
comment Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
good answer, yes one board is a 60-600843-001 REV A and the other is a 60-600843-001 REV B
Aug
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asked Data Recovery: Override kernel / usb-storage / sg idea of disk geometry
Oct
25
comment Ncat throws errors while being run from crontab
Does it work if you run it from root or a user crontab say every 10 mins? Also, if it is this stdin issue, maybe you can create a stdin for ncat with echo | /usr/bin/ncat -w 0.1 192.168.0.10 50000
Oct
13
answered Delete folder collections use command prompt (.bat file)
Oct
13
answered Accessing symbolic links in VirtualBox
Oct
13
comment Accessing symbolic links in VirtualBox
Not to start a discussion here, but I can confirm the same behaviour on a windows host with windows and linux guests. With a windows guest the link is followed host side and with a linux guest the link is resolved guest side. virtualbox.org/ticket/10085#comment:7 has some clarification. You might do best to bring this up on the virtualbox forums and once you have researched everything there, possibly open a ticket, but read virtualbox.org/wiki/Bugtracker first. I am going to answer your question.
Oct
13
comment Accessing symbolic links in VirtualBox
Well, trawling the virtualbox forums leads mostly to discussion of the problems with creating links on shared folders, apart from that in the past, accessing symlinks failed also on windows guests, and that was "fixed". I can't find a discussion of a samba style "follow symlinks" option. What happens with a hard link? If the problem is in fact as you have defined it, and not an example you wrote to describe something else, then what about a simple workaround? Out of interest, how does a hardlink behave?
Oct
13
comment Accessing symbolic links in VirtualBox
I would hazard a guess that Windows guest is seeing the Link as a folder, whereas your Linux guest is seeing the link as a link to /home/mrlister/Documents ON THE LOCAL FILESYSTEM inside the guest, which doesn't exist of course. I hope I explain myself
Oct
13
comment Ncat throws errors while being run from crontab
I was going to hazard an answer with this, but it's not really a solution, it's more of a clue I found on a Fedora Updates List. Update Information: - use select as default nsock engine - prevents following error: Unable to register IOD #2: Operation not permitted when /dev/null is used as stdin lists.fedoraproject.org/pipermail/test/2013-January/112978.html
Oct
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asked Starting any process and suspending it lowers CPU from ~50% to ~5% in Vista, Why?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What's the best command to use to change a timestamp to readable date when 'tail -f'-ing a log file?