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Jun
18
comment Save a single web page (with background images) with Wget
@{etah: I tried your command with your arguments, it will download other webpages besides the one specified to it.
Jun
15
comment Maximum RAM for my Ubuntu and laptop?
I am running other programs, and it is not simple to open the hood. @Ram
Jun
15
comment Maximum RAM for my Ubuntu and laptop?
I can only confirm I am using 8GB RAM. @Mar
Jun
15
comment Maximum RAM for my Ubuntu and laptop?
Are most recent laptops support more RAM?
Jun
15
comment Maximum RAM for my Ubuntu and laptop?
What laptops can support more RAM?
Jun
7
comment Where does this transmission rate come from?
Thanks, but why "/4*3"?
Jun
6
comment What is the range of sound frequencies for my laptop's sound card?
I don't know. I am trying to do this hearing test noiseaddicts.com/2009/03/can-you-hear-this-hearing-test, but a comment there said "I recommend that no one takes this test seriously unless you have a really decent soundcard/headset wich ensures this test it’s full quality." I have T400, and usually play sound directly out of it, but also sometimes use earbuds
Jun
6
comment What is the range of sound frequencies for my laptop's sound card?
If you meant the sound directly from the laptop, then internal processing frequency? I also have earbuds
Jun
6
comment What is the range of sound frequencies for my laptop's sound card?
the frequency of sound.....@LPChip
Apr
25
comment Wireless connection with Linux command line
+1. what does iwconfig wlan0 essid your_network_name do? Is it necessary? See unix.stackexchange.com/questions/198482/…
Apr
18
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
(1) Do you have ways to tell which is which? (2) It is not exactly "The MAC displayed near the IP 192.168.1.1 ". 192.168.1.1 is the IP of the router, and I connect to it on my computer to configure the router. its webpage shows a MAC address.
Apr
18
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
do you mean that the MAC address shown in 192.168.1.1 is for WLAN, while the one on the bottom of router is for LAN? Why is that?
Apr
17
comment Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
@Immanuel: Thanks. What makes a router create a new network, while a switch or access point can't?
Apr
17
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
my computer has a wireless adapter and a wired adapter. Are their "HWaddr" called their "Mac addresses"?
Apr
17
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
I ran them on my computer. Whose MAC address is "HWaddr" for?
Apr
17
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
What do "HWaddr" in the output of ifconfig mean? They are different from the three I mentioned at first.
Apr
17
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
Thanks. I added the output of ifconfig. In its output, are "HWaddr" for some components of router, or for my computer's network adapters?
Apr
17
comment Why does my Linksys WRT54G have three MAC addresses?
Thanks. What differences are between "base Mac addr" and "Mac addr"?
Apr
17
comment Which layer of network stack does access point operate?
Thanks. WHy doesn't a AP operate just in layer 1 but in 2? A link it says "In a sense, it's very much like a hub in that it pays no attention to the data that crosses it - it simply sends everything that it receives on a wired connection to the wireless transmitter and everything that it receives wirelessly is sent to the wired connection." The book says hub operates in layer 1.
Apr
13
comment what is RouterOS used for in my network?
Is 192.168.0.2 in my internal network or in the external network (i.e. the Internet) or some intermediate network?