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May
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revised Cheap or DIY Keyboard Overlays?
removed tag macosx, doesn't have to do anything with it.
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May
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answered How to find a client generating traffic?
May
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comment Determining why file transfers are so slow
Altough I cannot tell you a tool which simply shows you the different throughputs, I have to add something to what Dave Cheney already said. Is your "sending" hard drive fast enough ? Is maybe ssh-compression/encryption tearing down the CPU so much there is no headroom left for NIC/RAID-driver ? I've had it once that scp was incredibly slow, so I set up a lighttpd simultanously, which ended up to be the FAR faster way.
May
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comment What is the best way to gain access when the password is unknown?
this tool should be recommended for another bonus: it cannot reset the original password, so it cannot be used for illegal activities which include covering the tracks.
May
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comment Synergy over a serial connection?
uhm. that is a fairly good answer. Yes, those networks have to be isolated, and I reckon that a second NIC is therefore not acceptable, but not worse than what I asked for. I think I need either to rethink my request, or firewall it properly :) (KVM)-V is the current solution, and rather disappointing.
May
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comment How to map Windows network drives in Mac OS X (Leopard / Tiger)?
is it really a windows server, or is it a linux with samba ?
May
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comment Cheap or DIY Keyboard Overlays?
this is an excellent finding, also for unrelated stuff !
May
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comment Cheap or DIY Keyboard Overlays?
@sqook: they are not that easy to get in europe :(
May
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asked Synergy over a serial connection?
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asked Cheap or DIY Keyboard Overlays?
May
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answered Sharing a keyboard and mouse between networked computers
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answered A way to finish off a dying hard drive so it can be sent in for “repair”
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