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Private VPN compression for faster internet

I've posted this same question on StackOverflow as well, but figured out I may get more Debian-specific answers here Background: I'm a student, and currently the WiFi connection at my school is very ...
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Standard Terminal Font Aspect Ratio

What is the aspect ratio of a mono font that's made for terminal use, or more specifically, the size of the cell that any single character would fill? I've read that a standard terminal is 80x24 ...
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redirecting output of /dev/fb0 to /dev/fb2

I am using IMX6 Saberauto board on Linux OS. I have 2 displays primary is HDMI and secondary is LVDS. I want to run 2 applications. One QT on primary display, which I am able to do. Second ...
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Version of OpenVPN for Linux kernel 2.4.21 & having iOS client

I have the following requirements: Have OpenVPN version that works with iOS client The OpenVPN version should also be able to be compiled with and work on Linux kernel 2.4.21 (due to business ...
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Clearing dpkg downloaded data?

I'm using dpkg (Cydia), and a package keeps saying that it's downloading 26.2 MB, and resuming at 166.0 kB. It is consistently failing to install properly. Is there a way to clear this "saved data" ...
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Wrong timezone offset. How do I correct it? (help with zic timezone compiler)

I have an iPod touch (2nd gen) and constant troubles with the clock setting itself one hour ahead of the actual time when I connect it to the computer. long story short, When I SSH into the device: ...
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I have high io stat. High writes. But what files are being written?

avg-cpu: %user %nice %system %iowait %steal %idle 11.50 0.02 5.38 0.07 0.00 83.04 Device: rrqm/s wrqm/s r/s w/s rkB/s wkB/s avgrq-sz avgqu-sz ...
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Problem with Airprint server for iOS 6

I'm trying to set up Airprint server on Raspberry Pi under CUPS. I have done everything like in this tutorial: Configuring the Raspberry Pi as an AirPrint server. Then I have done this: Linux ...
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Up/Downgrade iOS on Linux

Is there a way to Up/Downgrade the iOS of my iPod touch 2G under linux (especially debian)? I have already read about idevicerecovery but this project doesn't seem to be maintained anymore and ...
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Is there a shell utility for printing the contents of a plist? Preferably for a jailbroken iOS device?

I need a tool that prints the actual text in a plist file (plutil changes the format, cat prints gibberish, and there is no defaults command for iOS). It needs to be in a script, so text editors don't ...
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What are dyld_shared_cache_xxx files and how do I extract object files from them?

I have a dyld_shared_cache_armv7 file and I'm assuming that they hold various object files for a specific architecture. How do I extract the object files from it?
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Why the value of VSIZE in top is different from the value of VSZ (Virtual set size) in ps?

I know VSZ in ps is for the total address space allocated for the app and is sometimes aliased as vsize (mentioned in man page of ps on linux), but what's the definition of VSIZE in top? This top ...