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Automated Database Services in the Cloudview story

http://thevarguy.com – Businesses have no choice but to compete in today’s high-speed, always-on world, where customers require more than ever. Content Classification:  Marketing The VAR Guy Blog read more (IT news)

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Scraping ajax content getting empty elementsview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I wanted to get the origin/destination list of an airline website. (HowTos)

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Does `sed` exist in all *nixes?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – My application will be running on all versions of Unix-based OS, say, Linux, MacOS, HP-UX, Sun Solaris , OSX, etc. I'm using the following sed command in a common place to delete the string matched in a text file: sed -i '/string1/d' mytextfile Will this work in all *nixes? (HowTos)

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why my root password is not working?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I guess as the root password is default user account password (if i am wrong correct me) in terminal when I type su it asks me password when I enter my password it says Authentication failure why is it happening?? (HowTos)

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MTD Win 7 ISO Patch Integration Issueview story

http://hardforum.com – Hey, At the suggestion of a couple forum members I've tried to use MTD to integrate patches into a Windows 7 Pro SP1 WIM file and create an ISO image to deploy. (Hardware)

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[TigerDirect] XFX PRO550W Core Edition 550W, ($25.99= $50.99 - $25 MIR)view story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Link" (Hardware)

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Laptop with Nvidia Geforce 635m is running video games very slowly.view story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Alright, so a while ago my brother bought a laptop that he wanted to use for gaming in..." (Hardware)

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What is a technical explanation for why apex CNAME records are unfeasible?view story

http://serverfault.com – It's relatively common knowledge that CNAME records at the apex of a domain are a taboo practice. Example: example.com. (HowTos)

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PS: what does "ps -o comm= -p $PPID" doview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have a script which does ps -o comm= -p $PPID. The explanation says this gets the parent process name. From the man page I found out -o means user defined format, comm means command and -p means select the process by the given PID - in this case $PPID, which means parent PID. What does comm= -p $PPID mean? How does this command work? (HowTos)

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Is bumblebee still relevant for Ubuntu 14.04 and up?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I've seen some posts announcing native Nvidia Optimus support since 14.04. But I've also found many tutorials of how to install and run bumblebee on this very same distribution. So my question is... is bumblebee still required in order to properly use and alternate between my laptop's discrete and dedicated graphics cards or I should expect them to work as intended out-of-the-box? (HowTos)

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Random BSOD's that are getting worse.view story

http://forums.anandtech.com – Hi, i was told to register here and ask for help from a good friend of mine. I am getting constant random BSOD's. I've tried memtest and it did not reveal any errors, prime95 also ran fine and burn in graphics test didn't cause any BSOD either. I don't know what else to try. (Hardware)

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Can't open plankview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I just did a fresh installation of Arch Linux+xfce on my netbook, but if I try to launch plank I get this error:$ plank (process:1366): GLib-CRITICAL (recursed) **: init_zone_from_iana_info: assertion 'size >= sizeof (struct tzhead) && memcmp (header, "TZif", 4) == 0' failed...and plank doesn't start. (HowTos)