I got the impression the count of 'Total Posts' isn't counting posts but visits.This bug can be reproduced with following steps:1. click 'home'2. remember the total and the time of the last post...
on 12/23/2009 – Made popular on 12/23/2009
I would like to know the total bandwidth our internet provider essentially provides to the many competing devices in our home. Is there a simple windows service that uses a wireshark like trick to log total bandwidth usage over time of all devices on a single machine (and maybe, as a perk, also breaks it down by device)?
how do i count the total number of participants, if the same identifying "subject number" crops up in a column?
I.e for this case below I have 5 participants in total.
And I have at least >1000 in total.
Thank you and appreciate any help!
Hey Scott, what's going on? I still can't post. After you sent me private message I can't reply to it. It says I have to have 10 posts to reply. And what do you mean why I need 10 posts - I needed 10 posts to ask a question.
From the beginning:
1. I registered to ask a question.
2. I activated my account via email.
I am using Fedora 17 LXDE spin. Just a few minutes ago I typed this command in a terminal as root and it took some time to download and install all the Perl related packages. There were more than 1000 packages as I remember and the total size of the download was also nearly 300 MB.