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    Re: Microsoft Product key check.

    You just try and use it and you will be told if they are or not. Do not worry, FBI won't be busting down your doors.
  2. Re: HDMI No Signal_ Intermittent, erratic Go-No Go

    tl;dr
  3. Re: Website verification: Google's search-console?

    You don't need google console to be in google search results, its more a tool for improving your site.

    Content will always be key for improved listings however.

    I believe this html is for...
  4. Thread: Filthy Water

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    Re: Filthy Water

    Most of Aucklands water comes from Hunua (Cossey Dam), Waitakere (Dam) Ranges, Waikato River and of course groundwater and springs.

    It's still a limited resource and the Waikato provides roughly a...
  5. Re: Video Editing Tool for Multiple File at once?

    This was not easy at a lower level scripting language and may not be the best way to go about it.

    I am using bash on Linux.
    I use these programs ls, bc, ffprobe and ffmpeg.
    I use these...
  6. Thread: Filthy Water

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    Re: Filthy Water

    I truly miss Aucklands water.

    I can not stand the water where I currently am. Filtering is not enough, nor worth the filter replacements needed with how frequent it clogs up (you tell by the weak...
  7. Re: Video Editing Tool for Multiple File at once?

    what OS do you use?

    It is simple to remove 5 seconds from the start. The end of each video of varying durations would require command substitution and arithmetic expansion to get us the duration...
  8. Thread: Political Rant

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    Re: Political Rant

    All I know is the Earth has survived a lot more than we could ever dish out to it. So how is plastic going to kill the planet. My bet is the Earth will continue for millions of more years but lets...
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    Re: Where do they get these silly ideas from?

    Our time has always been inaccurate, because we try to sync things to certain boundaries like a day being 24 hours, when it is slightly less. We start throwing our phases out like seasons. This is...
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    Re: Toshiba laptop keyboard playin up.

    Removing the driver completely for the keyboard and seeing if Windows (assuming that is what you are running) reinstalls it, or you get the drivers yourself. You may need to attach a usb keyboard...
  11. Re: Video Editing Tool for Multiple File at once?

    You can do this with ffmpeg or avconv, I'm not sure what your handbrake is using behind the scenes but I believe you would already have one of these being used, so you just need to do it from...
  12. Thread: Political Rant

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    Re: Political Rant

    Honestly, I do not know if anyone around me has it. I am not afraid of covid-19 and hate how fear is used to create sheep but its too late for this. My immune system is great but the older I get the...
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    Re: Where do they get these silly ideas from?

    You will find that many civilisations had their own ways of telling a time. The fact that the majority of the world can agree on a standard is great but you will find that culturally they still...
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    Re: Any Coin Collectors out there?

    Maybe it is silver? Its a bit dull so hard to say.
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    Re: Any Coin Collectors out there?

    No this is King Fuad, its a copper-nickel coin.
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    Re: Gmail Sign-in failed notification

    Google should provide you more info on the failed sign-in, including the device that attempted it, its IP, OS etc

    And changing the password can be a major hassle. Every devices browser, accounts...
  17. Thread: Slow Internet

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    Re: Slow Internet

    Lately I have been noticing odd speeds from local, literally flatlining at 150 to 200Mbps. The fact that it is a flatline to me means some form of restriction is in place but I would have expected to...
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    Re: External HDD issue

    As I said previously, RAW is probably related to a corrupt Partition Table and correcting that should tell Windows the correct File System on it without losing any data. TestDisk is a good utility...
  19. Thread: Linux Issue

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    Re: Linux Issue

    Because you are running Linux Lite, I am going to assume that maybe the specs of this laptop are on the lower end. So switching from XFCE to Gnome may not be the way to go.

    I also do not think...
  20. Thread: Linux Issue

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    Re: Linux Issue

    My TV is an LG (WebOS) 55UJ634V which supports intel widi and miracast.

    I have looked at openwfd, aethercast, wds, miraclecast and gnome-network-displays.

    gnome-network-displays seems further...
  21. Thread: Linux Issue

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    Re: Linux Issue

    chromecast and airplay work differently but with the same goal of casting.

    It sounds like you need miraclecast. I am 6 hours away from trying this out but be interested to know if you get it...
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    Re: Domain Hosting Providers

    What problems have you had with CrazyDomains? I have been with them for a long time but I know things can change. Not that I contact them a lot. I only use them for nz domain names however, not...
  23. Thread: Linux Issue

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    Re: Linux Issue

    Your TV is an LG 55SM8100PVA, which I believe uses a variation of miracast (wifi direct/display).

    The only screen sharing/casting I have seen being worked on was gnome screencast. I have not...
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    Re: Dell Power Unit Wanted

    OK, so if that is the power supply they are using, then that is definitely not the small form factor version. That looks like it's for the mini tower.
    ...
  25. Thread: So excited!

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    Re: So excited!

    This reminds me about how cd rom drives changed. When they were first built, they were heavy and reliable. Once they got pass the hurdle of making people believe in them, they were built cheaper,...
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