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Apr
7
comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
Wow. I stand corrected. So you might end up with a DisplayPort connector with only two lanes active which in 1.2 AFAIK is not enough for 4K@60 Hz. So I think the confusion part is still correct.
Mar
12
comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
OK I removed that. Also, even the Wikipedia article doesn't contain all the various scenarios...
Mar
12
revised How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
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Mar
12
comment How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
If you downvoted this, care to add a comment where am I incorrect? I'd like to learn.
Mar
12
answered How does USB-C on the new Macbook Air Retina (also called the Macbook) connect to multiple devices?
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Jul
30
comment Is grounding important?
Uh oh, good to know! Thanks. I have unaccepted the answer -- if you would post yours as an answer, I could accept it.
Oct
7
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Oct
7
reviewed Approve nohup or persistent process on Mac OS X ssh
Oct
7
comment nohup or persistent process on Mac OS X ssh
Of course, screen can do everything. You want screen -X hardcopy. See bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=47521 for more.
Oct
7
comment nohup or persistent process on Mac OS X ssh
No need for nohup. Just do screen ccl64... & . Later, if you need to you can reconnect with screen -R to monitor progress. Alternatively, just run screen and type the command in there , you can detach with Ctrl+A D.
Oct
7
answered nohup or persistent process on Mac OS X ssh
Jun
17
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Jun
17
comment Is grounding important?
Yes, I can see that the MagSafe adapter itself only uses two prongs I wasnt sure whether the metal "mushroom" that lets the plug sit in tight is not ground. Some of them are not polarized i01.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/259/068/264/… some of them are prlog.org/… and I was just not sure what's up. Thanks!
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17
asked Is grounding important?
Jun
14
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Jun
14
revised MacBook Pro 13" SATA controller
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Jun
14
answered MacBook Pro 13" SATA controller
Jun
14
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