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comment Is there any way to customize vmware's “Easy Install” of ubuntu?
Maybe make a backup of the original autoinst.iso
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comment Remotley control a media players playlist without interupting the current video
Ok Theres a Windows 8 remote it seems wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=XBMC_Remote_(Windows)
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comment Remotley control a media players playlist without interupting the current video
Don't know if this is outdated forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=118584
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comment Remotley control a media players playlist without interupting the current video
Can you explain what I would need to control one Windows machine from another? I just want to add stuff to the playlist of the remote machine without disturbing the video playing.
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comment Is there a way to use Volume Shadow Copy on Windows 8?
Slightly nicer script here stackoverflow.com/a/14213304/790359
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comment what is the purpose of rsync's -a flag
cp has cp -a too (not saying it's an exact match) archive just means 'transfer a lot of permissions and other filesystem meta data over from source'. If you don't need permissions etc copied over just use -r (merely recurse into directories) permissions of existing files in destination will be preserved. RTM r,l,p,t,g,o,D for what your missing out on (IMO there in order of usefulness).
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