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accepted If MacbookPro has BIOS emulation, why the need for ELILO for Linux?
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accepted How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?
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accepted How to determine what process has opened a network connection?
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comment How to determine what process has opened a network connection?
The connection has to do with accessing Apple's servers: st11p01st-courier...
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asked If MacbookPro has BIOS emulation, why the need for ELILO for Linux?
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comment How to determine what process has opened a network connection?
No, what I'm saying is that lsof -i is failing to show one of the connections that Netstat is showing.
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asked How to determine what process has opened a network connection?
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revised How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?
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Aug
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comment How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?
Perhaps putting files on an iPad is the best choice, if there's no need to move files around too much or run specific programs.
Aug
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comment How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?
The removenetworkservice option is giving me this error: You cannot remove FireWire because there aren't any other network services on FireWire.
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comment How to record audio over Powerpoint/OpenOffice slides?
Thanks you, that helps.
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accepted How to record audio over Powerpoint/OpenOffice slides?
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comment How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?
Well, there is one way. I could open up the Mac and temporarily cut come wires, then solder them back together when I return.
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asked How to truly disable Ethernet and Firewire?