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Oct
14
comment No signal to monitor when waking up after sleep
Yep, but nothing that indicates a problem. Bought a new PSU, which seems to have resolved the problem. See my own answer ;)
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comment What is the simplest way to use svn repository through firewall without compromizing the security?
@Juha, LazyBadger corrected me once again hehe. I'm sorry for the wrong port number. What I should had said is that HTTPS uses port 443. Was meddling with securing IMAP (which uses 993) at the time, so mixed them up. Anyhow, why can't you just allow HTTPS traffic to googlecode's servers in your firewall?
Oct
13
comment What is the simplest way to use svn repository through firewall without compromizing the security?
@Juha, like Lazy Badger said, GC doesn't support it. The only secure way to access GC is with SSL, but that traffic goes through port 993, which is closed?
Oct
13
comment What is the simplest way to use svn repository through firewall without compromizing the security?
How about ssh+svn?
Oct
11
comment Safari is not working on Windows 7 properly
Then I guess you're out of luck. You'll be better off running Google Chrome instead :)
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comment How can I perform a ping every X minutes and check the response time?
@Profete162, old school! :) I'll add a secondary method which you can use when those commands are missing.
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comment How can I perform a ping every X minutes and check the response time?
@Profete162, do you have the sleep command then? If so, just replace timeout with sleep. What version of Windows are you doing this?
Oct
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answered Safari is not working on Windows 7 properly
Oct
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comment Safari is not working on Windows 7 properly
@metal gear solid, this seems to be a pretty common problem that is spread across multiple platforms. And as far as I can tell, there's no real fix. Apple states "Your DNS server(s) or your router may be affected by DNS prefetching in Safari 5.0.1 or later". So there you have it...
Oct
11
comment No signal to monitor when waking up after sleep
I did this several times, but I can't find anything of interest in the logs. It recommends me to change my settings to be more "energy efficient", but there's no info to indicate any real problem.
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comment No signal to monitor when waking up after sleep
It's not responding to RD, so it's not waking up properly and getting stuck somewhere in the process. So it's probably not a driver issue.
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