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pLaSmAgIrL1988
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25 Feb 2005, 10:15 pm

Have a question for me about computers? Having a computer problem? Ask me here! I know alot about computers



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25 Feb 2005, 10:57 pm

Quick! How would I convert a filesystem from FAT32 to NTFS in Windows without erasing any files?



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26 Feb 2005, 12:50 pm

hmmm...well what you must do is well take the disk Defragmenter and that should solve your problem



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26 Feb 2005, 2:00 pm

i just did that the other day on my new harddrive. I think windows has a gui for it, but I did it from the command line and forgot the command :(



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26 Feb 2005, 4:18 pm

It's convert c: /FS:NTFS. I had to use that once for a laptop with a messed up hard drive.



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21 Jul 2012, 9:49 am

Any idea how to portforward a minecraft server on ubuntu linux with a dlink EBR-2310 router?



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21 Jul 2012, 5:21 pm

I got a question.. i got a computer that is fairly new, recently it flashed black for one second and then back to normal. Then over the course of a few days i started up my computer from sleep mode twice, and both time the monitor did not recognize the signal and i had to reboot. All cables were connected real well. The flash might have something to do with overheating, i been playing alot of graphic intense games lately



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21 Jul 2012, 6:29 pm

physicsnut42 wrote:
Any idea how to portforward a minecraft server on ubuntu linux with a dlink EBR-2310 router?

Were you expecting an answer from someone who hasn't posted in 7 years?



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21 Jul 2012, 7:39 pm

I forgot to look at the date. Stupid of me, I guess. :oops:



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24 Jul 2012, 12:35 pm

My computer is broken, what is wrong with it?

PS It is a pink one.



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25 Jul 2012, 12:14 pm

DC wrote:
My computer is broken, what is wrong with it?

PS It is a pink one.

What happened? Broken cupholder?



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25 Jul 2012, 12:51 pm

physicsnut42 wrote:
Any idea how to portforward a minecraft server on ubuntu linux with a dlink EBR-2310 router?


First, find the IP address of the router. On a Linux system, open a terminal and type "route -n". Make note of the "gateway" column in the output. In that column, locate the IP address, which normally starts with 192.168. Open this address in a browser. You will be prompted to provide a username and password, which might have been provided by your internet provider or set manually by yourself or another user. The default login is "admin" as username and a blank password, so try that if you don't know anything else.

Once logged in, go to the "Advanced" tab and then the "Port Forwarding" page. For "Name" fill in whatever you want, something that describes what this forward is for, so Minecraft would be good. For IP Address, fill in the IP address of your linux machine (to find this: open a terminal, type "ifconfig", find the item labelled eth0 and then the IP address will be listed as "inet addr"). Start and end ports should be the port(s) that your Minecraft server runs on. Check its settings and/or Minecraft documentation to find this out. If it's just a single port, enter it as both start and end port. For Traffic Type, select "Any". Finally, check the checkbox in front of the input fields and click the Save Settings button.