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Apr
25
comment git: “pack has bad object” when pushing to remote
I'm not sure, try asking separate question regarding bfg issue, maybe somebody could help.
Apr
25
comment git: “pack has bad object” when pushing to remote
I'm not familiar with bfg, but the exception says: No such file or directory. If the file exist, maybe it's a bug not parsing white spaces properly. Or this bug sounds similar (probably parent folder doesn't have write permissions?).
Apr
22
comment Can't access PC by name, but can by IP address
@timoseewho However you mentioned it works via //IP, so the network is working fine, maybe you just need to login to the network again (the one which is not visible yet)
Apr
22
comment Can't access PC by name, but can by IP address
@timoseewho Normally you should see all Workgroups, but to be on safe side, it's better to have the same. I think the most reliable way would be to use ping and telnet to see all the computers have 139 and 445 ports open and the network mask is the same, so they can discover them-self using broadcasting packets.
Apr
22
comment Can't access PC by name, but can by IP address
@timoseewho From my experience, on Windows there was always problem connecting few computers since forever. I never haven't bulletproof steps to fix it. Especially when they're in different major versions.
Apr
20
comment Rename php.ini.default to the more recognizable and standardized php.ini
It's probably because /etc/php.ini.default doesn't exist?
Apr
19
comment git: “pack has bad object” when pushing to remote
What's your git version? How big are your pack files (du -hs .git/objects/pack)? Are you using some kind of VPN or proxy?
Apr
19
comment git: “pack has bad object” when pushing to remote
Can you run git fsck --full and git gc? Does it help? Also do fsck on your Raspberry storage device and perform some memory testing. Try running command following with GIT_TRACE=1.
Apr
9
comment Unable to run Internet explorer 7 on Wine 1.2
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the information is outdated.
Apr
9
comment Unable to run Internet explorer 7 on Wine 1.2
Btw. Wasn't me, these down-votes are few years old as well.
Apr
9
comment Unable to run Internet explorer 7 on Wine 1.2
Link is dead and the provided information is outdated.
Apr
6
comment How to monitor internet connection for interruptions - for Mac OS X
@Xen2050 I think I would grep the dump or output by looking for S flag like: sudo tcpdump -i en0 -nl | grep -C5 "Flags .S", from there, if you've ack in the context (extra | grep ack), than means something responded. So you need something opposite. I think you you find some awk/sed syntax that can find 5 SYN packet in a row, then it can alert that something wrong (unless you're contacting some dead host).
Apr
4
comment How to connect to Intel Compute Stick to have low latency and stable connectivity with the laptop?
The question is not too broad, since there are only few options to choose. Either WiFi, Bluetooth or via USB and some elaboration on the low latency thing.
Apr
4
comment Intel Compute Stick as a test server
I've purchased few, and I'll find out, as I need to run some compute tests as well.
Apr
3
comment Intel Compute Stick as a test server
Why do you think it cannot be used? It's a computer.
Mar
27
comment What does “sw” option mean in /etc/fstab?
@Tom Corrected the inconsistency issues.
Mar
26
comment What does “sw” option mean in /etc/fstab?
Clarified further more.
Mar
26
comment What does “sw” option mean in /etc/fstab?
That's correct, 4th column describes the mount options associated with the filesystem.
Mar
23
comment Can a 65W adapter slowing my 95W dell laptop?
@Ranan Are you on Windows? I've updated some extra info about potential issues with Power plans.
Mar
22
comment Can a 65W adapter slowing my 95W dell laptop?
Manufacturer of adapter doesn't matter, the rules stay the say. This is general information for all adapters.