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Apr
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answered Early 2011 MacBook Pro Memory Upgrade - What are the SO-DIMM memory specs?
Apr
26
comment Access localhost on iPad
@hmthr I looked up WebLogic again and I confused it for a web server when it is in fact an application server which I know nothing about. This question should probably be migrated to StackOverflow.
Apr
25
comment Access localhost on iPad
@hmthr Try disabling VPN. Just run the web server and host some arbitrary index.html page. Visit windows-pc-name-here and it should work on any machine connected to your local network, correct?
Apr
23
comment Access localhost on iPad
I have not used weblogic before but can you configure it to use the VPN without configuring your whole machine to use VPN?
Apr
23
answered Access localhost on iPad
Apr
23
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Apr
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Apr
23
answered how can i get mp4 from the internet onto my ipod touch
Apr
23
answered No bootable device — insert boot disk and press any key
Mar
11
comment How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
Thanks that worked. I'm guessing read line reads each line of an input and then you just echo the line so you can pipe it to say?
Mar
11
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Mar
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accepted How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
Mar
6
comment How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
I used that command to pipe STDERR from leave to say and it almost worked. Basically, all of the output was sent at one time rather than in increments.
Mar
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Mar
6
comment How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
STDERR or some other message mechanism? Why would it do that. Another commenter seems to think the issue is that leave is a daemon. What is that last command you wrote? cmd 2>&1 |cmd2
Mar
6
comment How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
So you can't pipe output from daemons to another program?
Mar
6
comment How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal
That is an interesting solution although The question was not how to make the computer say Time To leave; I want to know how to pipe output from one program to say. Thanks for the response though.
Mar
6
asked How to correctly pipe output into “say” in terminal