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For Linux, consider FFmpeg -- ffmpeg.org/ For Windows, Linux or OSX, use lame -- http://lame.sourceforge.net/
answered Oct 6 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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You can configure Mozilla Thunderbird to start up by displaying a website in the lower-right pane, instead of the content of an email. Tools --> Options --> General https://support.mozillamessagin …
answered Jul 10 '13 by Charles Lindsay
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Not clear what you mean here, but if you want to keep files and folders on your computer, and limit who knows about them, and who can access them, you might try TrueCrypt, which has some relevant tool …
answered Jul 12 '13 by Charles Lindsay
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When you change the screen resolution, do you use the Windows tool (e.g. right-click on the desktop, then in the resulting dialog box, choose Properties...), or do you use the ATI or Intel screen reso …
answered Jun 18 '11 by Charles Lindsay
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Often times, when applications get slow, its because they're leaking memory, which is not a problem you're going to be able to solve without access to the programmer's code. You can give yourself m …
answered Nov 19 '12 by Charles Lindsay
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Perhaps you have a problem with your computer's hard drive or RAM. Use the memory test built-in to your computer's BIOS (do you see something like: "Press F10 to enter BIOS setup" near the beginnin …
answered Nov 19 '12 by Charles Lindsay
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You're expecting a .xls or .xlsx file? That is an Excel 95/2000/XP file, or an Excel 2007/2010 file? Google says .ddoc files are either: (1) DigiDoc Digital signature files (2) Digital Mars C, C++ …
answered Feb 1 '11 by Charles Lindsay
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There are several good, reasonable and logical reasons for splitting Windows installs onto multiple partitions, separating Windows from apps, or more commonly, Windows + apps from end-user data. Thes …
answered Feb 8 '11 by Charles Lindsay
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The default software for Linksys routers doesn't normally provide this level of URL filtering. You may find that iptables on DD-WRT (http://dd-wrt.com/) or even OpenWRT may work for you. Netfilte …
answered Nov 15 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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Even if the embedded system in question doesn't support NTP, you're going to have to implement something a lot like it, or execute your C program pretty frequently, in order to counter the inevitable …
answered Nov 15 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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Your netbook's BIOS boot options define whether or not you need to buy an external optical drive. Grub seems to notice only partitions on your netbook's internal hd: I'd enable all other available o …
answered Nov 15 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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Question: Is your work email still in Outlook Express at home? It's likely you set up your home OE instance as a POP3 client, and OE's default is to download all emails into it's local .PST file. …
answered Nov 16 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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It might be simpler to install Dropbox (https://www.dropbox.com/ ) on the machines you'll be developing on. This works (for free) only if: you have network access whereever you're developing (school …
answered Nov 24 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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Aww... I feel for you, guy... As soon as possible: Disconnect the drive until you've decided how to proceed. Fair Warning: anything you do from now on will likely make it harder for you to recover …
answered Nov 15 '10 by Charles Lindsay
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Disk-to-disk or image copying may require you to match the partition size of the HD to fit on the SSD. You could use a tool like ""GParted" http://gparted.sourceforge.net/ The category leader is "Gh …
answered May 19 '11 by Charles Lindsay

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