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asked debugging a curl request / what would be the curl request to test whether a given username / password is working against a speciific smtp server
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comment installing octave on OS X - get error and not sure how to fix
thx - I have tried a bunch of the different scenarios but other errors pop up. I was able to download the package and then just removed the GUI version. the brew version isn't up to reasonable standards
Sep
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asked installing octave on OS X - get error and not sure how to fix
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Sep
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comment how to determine the size of memory used by linux kernel on a running system
I had seen this question unix.stackexchange.com/questions/97261/… but was hoping there was a simpler, more straightforward answer
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asked how to determine the size of memory used by linux kernel on a running system
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Jan
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comment wierd pixelation of Finder icons in OS X Mavericks
amazing! thx so much - looks like it fixed it!
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asked wierd pixelation of Finder icons in OS X Mavericks
Aug
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comment how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port
cool, thx for help
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accepted how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port
Aug
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comment how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port
thx, this gets me a lot closer, it's going to a fairly generic VBoxHeadl - is there any way to see which VirtualBox instance (have two right now) or am I asking way too much (propably the latter). thx
Aug
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comment how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port
hmm... this sounds like what I'd like but this is giving me different options on OS X for -p -p protocol Show statistics about protocol, which is either a well-known name
Aug
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comment how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port
well, recreating an server enviro locally. if you want to move to different site, that's fine. Different versions of netstat support different arguments.
Aug
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asked how to use netstat to show what process is listening on a port