Arjan

Netherlands

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comment java program is working on windows 8 but not working on windows xp
I'm sure it doesn't just give you a NullPointerException, but tells you exactly where it runs into that.
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment How do I deploy IPv6 within a LAN using a Debian based router and prefix delegation?
Even though you disclosed it's your blog (thanks for that), please add the relevant details here. To me, in its current form this is still spamming your own blog. (And all spammers should die.) And the link can still go bad, making this worthless for future visitors.
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Yearling
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comment Computer turns on fine every day except Sunday. (Maybe due to not using it for a while?)
"I have shut down the computer each day and unplugged it from the surge protector. Same behavior." Just to be sure: so when unplugged for some hours any day, it would still power on fine? (Except for the Sundays, of course, for which then the only difference would be that it was unplugged much longer?)
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revised Computer turns on fine every day except Sunday. (Maybe due to not using it for a while?)
Moved possible cause to top of long text and to title; removed duplicate text. Changed title to made clear it's not powering on automatically.
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revised Get pictures in the source code of a web page
My Media tabsheet had gone missing in action
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comment IE: Why does Compatibility View disappear for some websites?
@Ben, it's been a while since I had to use IE, but I think that enabling "Display intranet sites in Compatibility View" would indeed override <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">. I am not 100% sure, but I do recall being very annoyed by not not understanding why pages were displaying badly, so I can only assume that those pages did include the tag then. But then, maybe I did not know about that tag those days...
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awarded Nice Answer
Mar
25
comment Been trying to fix this for months now
So, what did a Google search for "Been trying to fix this for months now" get you...? ;-)
Mar
22
revised Why the difference in the URL formatting?
Fixed mixup of browser vs server
Mar
22
revised How can I copy files from a scratched CD/DVD?
Formatting
Mar
22
comment Redirect :80 to :8080/ui on Apache
Did you read the Stack Overflow link in my previous comment? Web sockets should work nicely with proxying, I think.
Mar
21
comment Redirect :80 to :8080/ui on Apache
Okay... Now that you're fine with exposing Tomcat to the internet directly: did you consider just running it on port 80 then (or use iptables for that part, if you're on Unix and don't want to run Tomcat with root privileges), and deploy the "ui" context to the root? Or use Apache's proxying, stackoverflow.com/questions/17649241/…
Mar
21
comment Redirect :80 to :8080/ui on Apache
Okay... Now that you're fine with exposing Tomcat to the internet directly: did you consider just running it on port 80 then (or use iptables for that part, if you're on Unix and don't want to run Tomcat with root privileges), and deploy the "ui" context to the root? Or use Apache's proxying, stackoverflow.com/questions/17649241/…
Mar
21
answered Recover data from linux from Mac with firewire?
Mar
21
comment Recover data from linux from Mac with firewire?
Did you even hold down the T key, jason? (See the Wikipedia article I linked in my first comment, and Apple's (outdated) How to use and troubleshoot FireWire target disk mode.) (@bdecaf, you're very right about the first version.)
Mar
21
comment Recover data from linux from Mac with firewire?
@bdecaf and janson, I doubt the OS matters. Even more: "target disk mode" should even work if the OS is broken, as it doesn't boot the target computer.
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