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Mar
5
comment Can I use both my internal and external graphics card in same system?
I'm pretty sure modern CPUs will disable in-chip GPU's if not connected at boot anyway, but it might have been a special thing. At least I've had that experience with a ZBox: I wouldn't get any HDMI output unless the screen has been present when turning that thing on.
Mar
5
comment Run bash script at boot?
Another option would be creating a crontab entry with @reboot as the "time".
Feb
27
comment How to bulk rename numbered files?
@BeowulfOF You could probably use voice command to "automate" it a bit more. It might be a bit cumbersome, but it still gets the job done and it's probably the easiest/quickest solution that doesn't require any specific or additional setup.
Feb
25
comment how to setup separate desktop session to laptop from TV
Chromecast is more like live-streaming, yes. What's your goal? Play games on the TV? Or just surfing the web a bit?
Feb
25
comment how to setup separate desktop session to laptop from TV
I don't think that setup will work, i.e. the TV won't be able to work as a client since it's really just a screen with some added features. You might have to add another device like a smartphone to be used with remote desktop/VNC stuff.
Feb
24
revised what __exit does in kernel module unloading in linux?
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Feb
24
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24
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Feb
15
revised How to get thc-hydra to work from homebrew installation?
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Feb
15
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Feb
11
comment Run a process on another network PC as the logged in user
Sounds promising and interesting. Haven't tried it myself so far. @LPChip You're obviously able to pass a username and password, but not sure those are just for authentication purposes.
Feb
11
comment Run a process on another network PC as the logged in user
@Mr.Boy Couldn't think of any other way around that, unless the remote machine regularly looks for some file on a web server for example and executes its contents (like some trojans).
Feb
11
answered Run a process on another network PC as the logged in user
Feb
8
comment Can't install grub on MBR, encountered an error “Unable to install GRUB in /dev/sda”
@DsDude Any error message? Maybe update your initial question with what you've tried now and the results.
Feb
7
comment Can't install grub on MBR, encountered an error “Unable to install GRUB in /dev/sda”
@DsDude You'll have to tell Windows' bootloader that there's some other OS there. See the question/answer I linked. It includes step-by-step procedure on how you're able to essentially add GRUB to the Windows bootloader.
Feb
7
answered Can't install grub on MBR, encountered an error “Unable to install GRUB in /dev/sda”
Jan
31
comment Always on Remote Desktop Connection
@RowlandShaw I guess it's actually more about simple access and availability rather than "always on". Sounds like a potential security hole though.
Jan
24
comment How can I merge a standard hard drive to a hard drive with the os on it to act as one?
@SebastianU. You've been on the right track. Which path did you try? You can't mount it to the root of the file system. You'll have to pick some folder (like C:\Stuff).
Jan
24
comment How can I merge a standard hard drive to a hard drive with the os on it to act as one?
@SebastianU. Ah ok. :) But even then, both my ideas are still valid and should offer you the easiest and most convenient way to link both drives, while still keeping their independence.
Jan
24
answered How can I merge a standard hard drive to a hard drive with the os on it to act as one?