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revised How do I see what arguments with which a running program was launched in an external cmd prompt?
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comment How do I see what arguments with which a running program was launched in an external cmd prompt?
@DavidPostill It is indeed a duplicate.
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accepted How do I see what arguments with which a running program was launched in an external cmd prompt?
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asked How do I see what arguments with which a running program was launched in an external cmd prompt?
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comment Why is my Mac Mini slowing down? (HD, processor, memory, network, are all fine)
@D34DM347 Opening applications, using them, everything just lags as if the processor was bogged down, but it isn't.
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asked Why is my Mac Mini slowing down? (HD, processor, memory, network, are all fine)
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accepted Absolute easiest, dead-simple way to setup podcast from a bunch of mp3 files?
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comment Absolute easiest, dead-simple way to setup podcast from a bunch of mp3 files?
Feedility actually looks cool and it could almost work...except that the page that these links are on right now can't be parsed by it because they don't have the title="Some title" attribute on the <a> tag. sigh
Feb
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comment Absolute easiest, dead-simple way to setup podcast from a bunch of mp3 files?
Yeah, I was thinking wordpress myself but it seems nuts that no one has created an application for something like this.
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comment Absolute easiest, dead-simple way to setup podcast from a bunch of mp3 files?
Hi, thanks for the idea. Unfortunately, I really do need it as a podcast feed. I used to be a web developer, so I can write up a simple HTML page, surely, but the issue is with maintenance going forward so I don't need to be involved.
Feb
23
comment Absolute easiest, dead-simple way to setup podcast from a bunch of mp3 files?
Well, I don't need these folks to listen to the files, I need the podcast to be listed in iTunes.