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Aug
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comment How do I determine if my Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit using a command?
Not working here on Windows XP. Returns Error: Invalid query.
Aug
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awarded  Critic
Aug
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comment What are some options for transfering large files without using the Internet?
I've often wondered why more people don't do this. Sure, load balancing makes things much more complicated, but the money saving is almost already someone's salary. Better to just hire another guy to manage your multi-ISP network. Many companies operating using a proxy server for "security" reasons. If you already have this in place, the multi-ISP stuff is easy as pie.
Aug
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Aug
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revised OSX: Automagically creating a list of the files/folders on external hard drives, to see what's on them when they're disconnected
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comment OSX: Automagically creating a list of the files/folders on external hard drives, to see what's on them when they're disconnected
Whoa, you're right. How did I never notice that. Edited.
Aug
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comment OSX: Automagically creating a list of the files/folders on external hard drives, to see what's on them when they're disconnected
Well, the **/* uses globbing to recurse. Which then has ls print out the full path of the file in question. There are most certainly other ways to do it though..
Aug
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answered OSX: Automagically creating a list of the files/folders on external hard drives, to see what's on them when they're disconnected
Aug
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comment How to prevent Firefox from closing when app tabs are open?
Thanks. Didn't know about app tabs. Anyway, this functionality works for me by default. I should add that upgraded from firefox 3, and still have the firefox 3 look and feel and whatever firefox 3's defaults are.
Aug
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comment How to prevent Firefox from closing when app tabs are open?
I am really not sure what you mean. Please clarify.
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
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comment Passing two arguments to a command using pipes
This makes me scratch my head. You want to pipe two different commands to a single cat?
Aug
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comment Create unix user with specific requirements
I agree with B0fh's edit (mostly) If the goal is only to access a few files, go with ftps (ssl/tls). The only reason to use ssh ftp is because the user would already have a user account. Use a ftp daemon with ssl/tls and usernames/passwords that are seperate from the actual system.
Aug
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comment Difference between File system created by fdisk and file system created by mkfs - linux
In that case, you should've said that in your question. Currently it sounds you're having an issue setting up your partitions.. not that you want to understand whats going on. There is a difference.
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awarded  Teacher
Aug
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comment Difference between File system created by fdisk and file system created by mkfs - linux
Honestly, just use gparted and save yourself the confusion.
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Aug
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comment linux standalone vs dual boot
Again.. what is your question? I don't think that you're suppose to post opened ended, non-specific questions like. "what is your thoughts on this thing I'm already decided on doing"
Aug
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answered Create unix user with specific requirements
Aug
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comment wireless ISP for upto 55 users what will be the suitable hardware and server technology?
Found this. dslreports.com/faq/wisp Lots of information there. Also this dslreports.com/forum/wisp Apparently, wisp is a keyword you should look for.