So, ive just installed Windows 7 on my Sony VAIO vgn-sz5xn.
I’m interested in adding custom commands when right clicking on any file in Windows Explorer.
If I do not have access to the router / DHCP server to create a static reservation (i.e. asking the router / DHCP server to set aside a specific IP address when a certain MAC address requests it), how can I set my Windows 7 workstation to have a static IPv4 address?
As the title states, every time I turn on my PC (or wake it up) I won’t be able to connect to the Internet.
I want to wrap 3 lines of execution into an alias, but I also need to pass a parameter when I call it in terminal.
On the Mac, there is a hugely useful iStat Menus. It displays all kinds of statuses, such as CPU/RAM/Disk utilization, HD temperature, etc…
I have purchased TP Link ADSL router a while back when I was connecting to my first ISP via ADSL.
I’m not sure I’d actually do this, but is there a way to make GRUB automatically select the boot option I didn’t use last boot?
i. e. If I booted into Windows last boot, it selects Ubuntu. If I booted into Ubuntu, it selects Windows.
I was just wondering because I often find myself rebooting to switch OSes, as I have different games that I run on each (though with my new rig I don’t need to run stuff on Ubuntu just for lower OS resource usage), and I was wondering if I could make it so that every time I pressed “restart” from either OS I wouldn’t have to change selections.
In practice this would also affect non-restart startups, so then I might have to boot twice to get the OS I was using last time.
My goal is this: I have a library, say it’s called Series. I store my series in two different places, one for watched episodes and one for unwatched episodes.
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