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  • How to find a website’s Ethernet address using Java?

    I know there’s a way to find the Ethernet address of the network interface that connects to a given website.  What I don’t know is how to find it. Thanks!

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  • What would be the quickest way to HTTP GET in Python?

    I need to know what the quickest way is to HTTP GET in Python (when I already know the content will be a string). I've been searching documents for one-liners like this: contents = url.get("http://example.com/foo/bar") But all I'm finding is "HTTPLIB" and "URLLIB" and I can't find a shortcut with...

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  • Why am I getting storage differences between OS X and iOS?

    I'm currently writing several dozen binary data files on OS X that can be read on iOS devices. Here's my following structure: struct poiStruct { double latitude, longitude; char titleString[41]; }; The only problem with this is that its occupying 64 bytes on OS X and 60 bytes on iOS. Does anyone...

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  • InterVlan Routing on Cisco

    Hi, I have Ipbase Image on a Cisco 4506 switch and configured several vlans eg. 2,3,4 and each have ip addresses associated with them as given below. interface vlan 2 ip address 172.16.2.1 255.255.255.0 interface vlan 3 ip address 172.16.12.1 255.255.255.0 i have said ip routing but i do not see ip...

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  • To copy IOS of PIX version 6.3 from flash to tftp?

    Hello All, I want to copy ios of pix version 6.3 from flash to tftp……….. Can someone give me the exact command for this? Thanks Rahul

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  • How can I use XMPFFramework for my iOS?

    I'm trying to figure out how to use XMPPFramework's core data for storing incoming messages. This many seem like a general questions but does anyone have any tutorials or guides on how to use it. I see "user objects" which can have many different resources. Is each message a new resource that I...

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  • How do I find out where a Mailer Deamon message originated from?

    I used to be able to email this person who I suspect is pretending to be someone else, but now all those emails are being returned Mailer Daemon. How do I find out where the emails first came from (or can I)?

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  • Why is a TCP/IP reset RST flag being sent?

    Over the past several days, I can't seem to figure out why my application's TCP/IP connection is basically "hiccuping" every 10 minutes or so. After running Wireshark, I realized the other end is sending a packet with the reset RST flag set (after 10 minutes of inactivity). From what I've read,...

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  • What’s the best option for storing graphs in persistent storage?

    I'm wondering what would be the best way for me to store my graphs in persistent storage (for analysis, search, clustering, etc.). I'm considering NEO4J but I'm looking what other options are available to me. Would Cassandra or MySQL work for me? Thanks for the help.

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  • Creating directories within Internal Storage

    I’m not a very experienced programmer and I’m having problems building directories within my internal storage system. Could somebody help? Here’s what I tried: File file = getFilesDir(); Which take me to the folder /data/data/com.mypackages/files/ So once here, I don’t know what to do....

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  • Creating a shortcut for Exchange 2007 TSM GUI

    After I installed the TSM Exchange TDP (Exchange 2007 CCR cluster) and tried to launch the GUI I got an error that the exchange server was unavailable. I did some digging and found out I had to launch the GUI from the tdp command line using tdpexc /excserver=exchangeservername on a clustered...

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  • Failed to open the group policy object

    On a XP machine I am trying to edit a group policy using the group policy management snap-in and keep getting a error: failed to open the group policy object. you may not have appropriate rights. It works on my other XP machine I'm a domain admin and have the logged on as the same user?

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  • How to find packet sent address

    I need to create an automated response so that when I receive a UDP packet for a sender, that sender receives the address it was sent from. I tried using the recvform, but that only brings up the address of the sender, not the the address from which the packet was sent.

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  • How to convert .dxf file to .cmd file

    Is there a way to take a .dxf file and convert it to a .cmd file without the full version of autocad? I believe it can be done using several steps with several different softwares.

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  • C++ code string storage

    When you build a simple string in C++ like: void f() { char *c = "Hello World!" } Where is it stored and what are its properties?

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  • Where does Google Chrome store cookies from the session?

    Could someone tell me where the latest version of Google Chrome stores and saves cookies (mainly the ones that expire with session)?

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  • NAS Share Drive Encryption

    We have a need to encrypt network attached storage (NAS) share drives in a Windows Server 2008/Windows 7 environment and are looking for encryption software recommendations.  The network share drive is served up via NAS/accessed from Windows 7 and we would like all of the files encrypted at rest,...

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  • How to install Windows Server 2003 in SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup mode

    I have a Windows Server 2000 installed with SCSI HDD with RAID 5 setup. Now, I want to install Windows Server 2003, but when I try to install with floppy without reconfigure ride setup, the HDD isn't detected. Please, can you help me?

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  • Commitment and Rollback in AS/400

    I have a file, in which 10 records got updated, I have done commit so now it is permanent. Is there any way to rollback now, if in case the record updated were wrong? Please suggest.

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  • Allow Non-Admins to log each other off in Windows 7

    We have windows 7 pc's on our domain, when people are logged in and the next users try's to log in they can't, i need to find a group policy or setting so that if the second user tries to log in it logs of the first user. We can't use faster user switching because we use USB devices that will be...

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