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revised Driving a 4K display at 60Hz with rMBP
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asked Driving a 4K display at 60Hz with rMBP
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comment Combining two RAIDs
According to Apple Tech Support, this cannot be done without wiping all 4 disks.
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comment 2560x1600 on Dell U3011 with new MacBook Pro
@WojciechBednarski This one $10: amazon.com/gp/product/B004CAGDUA/…
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comment Combining two RAIDs
I have successfully made RAID 10 with Disk Utility; very easy. Just mirror some drives, then stripe those volumes. And Disk Utility does allow non-destructive resizing of a volume; but I don't know if it works with RAID volumes.
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asked Combining two RAIDs
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asked Any Thunderbolt docks compatible with 4K at 60Hz?
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comment Need solution for RAID from old Mac
Are Disk Utility RAIDs expandable without losing data? Could I put put the 2x4TB RAID1 in a box with 2 more 4TB drives and then 'grow' it to RAID10 or 0+1?
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comment Need solution for RAID from old Mac
Those housings look good, but not thunderbolt ... I guess anything thunderbolt will be expensive. But it might be overkill unless it's a 4-disk RAID 0.
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accepted Need solution for RAID from old Mac
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asked Need solution for RAID from old Mac
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Sep
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comment How can I start a Hangouts phone call with Applescript/Terminal?
Just shift-cmd-O from AS editor... But nothing inside of it.
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asked How can I start a Hangouts phone call with Applescript/Terminal?
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment How to get max speed as FTP server?
Not sure about SCP, but FTP from one machine to another over LAN is near 1gbps
Aug
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answered macbook pro absurdly small battery life
Aug
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answered Poor battery performance on MacBook Pro
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comment FTP server keeps stopping (Mavericks)
@danielAzuelos - I tested our connection using iperf to a public iperf server and got 50-70 mbps upload... doesn't that mean the network is fine, and that it's a software issue?