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Nov
12
reviewed Leave Open REM function in remind for timed reminders over a specific interval
Nov
12
reviewed Leave Open Browser history, by window
Nov
12
awarded  Custodian
Nov
12
reviewed Leave Open If I align a partition to 24MiB then is it also aligned to any divider of this size?
Nov
10
comment Convert grey image to solid black
Convert it to a 2-color image; black & white.
Nov
8
answered Is there a way to pause/resume particular TCP connection?
Nov
8
comment Mass irretrievable deletion of text
You haven't told us which program you're using, or even which OS, so there's absolutely no way anybody can even begin to answer your question.
Nov
8
revised Packet count per mac address on wireless network
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Oct
11
comment How to type pound sign(£) using US keyboard, in Windows, Linux and Mac?
@muffinresearch: I'm pretty sure you mean <compose> + L + -. <compose> + L + = creates the Lira sign (₤), not the pound sign (£).
Oct
11
revised How to type pound sign(£) using US keyboard, in Windows, Linux and Mac?
Include the superior Compose-key combination for Linux
Jun
15
awarded  Yearling
Jun
12
revised local interface IPs in /etc/hosts
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Jun
12
revised local interface IPs in /etc/hosts
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Jun
12
comment local interface IPs in /etc/hosts
That's also normal and expected. You could, in theory, set up DNS to handle that instead, but if your DNS server ever goes down, or is unreachable (say, during startup, before the network comes up), your system could be very confused about its own identity.
Jun
12
answered local interface IPs in /etc/hosts
Jun
5
answered Shared torrent client between computers on network
Jun
5
comment How can I append a single PDF to all PDFs in a folder?
Which operating system are you using?
May
12
asked Any way to run a user script on suspend/resume in KDE4?
May
10
comment Why do ISPs change your IP address?
@agz: It depends on how your ISP is configured. My ISP gives a 24-hour lease. This means if I am disconnected from the Internet for more than 24 hours, someone else will get that IP address. But each ISP may do it differently.
May
9
comment Why do ISPs change your IP address?
@agz: The last paragraph of my answer addresses that. Does it need to be expanded?