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asked How to use a proxy that requires authorization without exposing credentials (username and password)
Oct
26
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Oct
26
revised how to change the background color of terminal emulator background in Ubuntu 12.10?
specification of the terminal kind
Oct
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suggested approved edit on how to change the background color of terminal emulator background in Ubuntu 12.10?
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Mar
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comment English as a system language but Russian regional settings
@Alexander Malakhov: what kind of edits did you introduce in the file?
May
20
comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
Does it support multi-tracker extension the way the utorrent does? That is, announcing to multiple trackers at a time?
May
16
comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
I had that problem many times, especially with long tracker lists. An I don't want to manually shuffle the list to search for good peers - I want that performed by the program.
May
16
revised Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
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May
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comment Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
No, that's not happening. If the first in the list is a tracker abroad, I'm having slow peers. If the second is local or nearby, I'd have fast peers, but the second tracker is never polled since the first is alive.
May
16
asked Command-line torrent client that supports multi-tracker extension the way uTorrent does it
May
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awarded  Critic
May
12
accepted What is the purpose of `dnsmasq` running listening on `127.0.0.1` interface?