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  1. Thread: Wi-Fi extenders

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    Hi Peter, Yes, devices connected to a Wi-Fi...

    Hi Peter,

    Yes, devices connected to a Wi-Fi repeater get 1/2 the data rate of devices connected directly to a Wi-Fi router because the repeater is transmitting/receiving with both sides of the...
  2. Hi Steve, Unfortunately, it doesn't look...

    Hi Steve,



    Unfortunately, it doesn't look like the Atheros AR956x supports dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz).

    Here's a quick list of the radio frequencies used by 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac:


    a - 5...
  3. Hi Linda, You're welcome. :cool: I...

    Hi Linda,

    You're welcome. :cool:



    I compared the source code for W3 Total Cache against Minify and although they share the same name for the compression library, they aren't from the same...
  4. Hi Linda, It does seem like it's a WordPress...

    Hi Linda,

    It does seem like it's a WordPress issue. From the sample screenshot you posted, it looked like it was a stylesheet problem because the content was there but the formatting was all off....
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    Hi wavy, Thanks for catching my mistake! :eek:...

    Hi wavy,

    Thanks for catching my mistake! :eek:

    Yes, you're right. In the example I gave, the deny rule would have stopped the processing (I was thinking about the flow through chains at the...
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    You're welcome. :) Yes, I checked one of...

    You're welcome. :)



    Yes, I checked one of my Ubuntu 14.04 installs, and unlike previous versions of Ubuntu, a default set of firewall rules is included during installation. Interestingly, this...
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    Michael, You didn't mention if you were...

    Michael,



    You didn't mention if you were running Ubuntu 14.04 Desktop or Server edition so I'm assuming it's the Desktop edition with Ubuntu's "Unity" interface.

    The first step is to see if...
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    Hi RobG, It sounds like the message download...

    Hi RobG,

    It sounds like the message download status is out of sync in Outlook and Windows Live Mail. POP3 doesn't natively support storing message status info on the mail server so the status is...
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    Hi Les, Sorry for the delayed reply. I got...

    Hi Les,

    Sorry for the delayed reply. I got bogged down with work-related projects and almost forgot.

    Yes, FF by default has Javascript enabled. It may with tracking down the cause by comparing...
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    Hi Mike, Because you mentioned "trusted home...

    Hi Mike,

    Because you mentioned "trusted home network", I'm assuming that the laptop is running Windows. Which version is it? Windows XP, Vista/7 and 8 have really different network configuration...
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    Hi Alan, Quick question: When you are trying...

    Hi Alan,

    Quick question: When you are trying to start a scan, are you using the control panel on the printer or using Epson's desktop software? If you're using the LCD panel on the printer, which...
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    Hi Les, In Example 1 the hertz.com homepage...

    Hi Les,

    In Example 1 the hertz.com homepage loads a small JavaScript tester that redirects your web browser to a different page depending on whether JavaScript is enabled or not. As a simple test,...
  13. Hi Judy, Glad it worked out. :) One catch...

    Hi Judy,

    Glad it worked out. :)

    One catch with testing in web browsers is that the built-in content caching is designed to hold onto documents in an effort to speed up the web browsing...
  14. Hi Judy, I took a look at one of the pages you...

    Hi Judy,

    I took a look at one of the pages you referred to (http://www.co.siskiyou.ca.us/website/services.asp). In the page, the left navigation menu references CSS id "navbar2". From the...
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    Hi, It'll probably help to first go over how a...

    Hi,

    It'll probably help to first go over how a Live CD works (although many Live CDs use Linux, there are others). In a nutshell, during the boot process, a portion of the available RAM is used as...
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    Hi Ted, Adobe has been working on a 64-bit...

    Hi Ted,

    Adobe has been working on a 64-bit Flash Player for a while. The first alpha release was for Linux so you're in luck. :o)

    http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10_64bit.html
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    The sound problems are pretty odd given that most...

    The sound problems are pretty odd given that most Dell PCs use fairly standard sound cards (except maybe the really old Dell PCs that had the S3 video cards and chipsets). During the past few years...
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    Hi GB, Any luck with the sound card(s) in...

    Hi GB,

    Any luck with the sound card(s) in Linux?

    Overall, Sound Blaster cards are pretty well supported in Linux. It could be a hardware related problem or something to do with Ubuntu (Mint and...
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