Only way I can think of using RDP is to setup one computer to be forwarded to from the router and then open another terminal session inside that session.
It can be confusing but it will work.
edit: You could connect via a VPN thats what I do at work.
I recently installed a new exchange server and now we can not send or receive large attachments which is crucial to work.
I've checked every place I can think of as to where this limit is coming from.
Global Settings is set to No Limit
Default SMTP Virtual Server is set to no limit
Yeah, you need to have 32-bit libs installed to run 32-bit apps on 64-bit linux.
If you search the gentoo forums you'll find plenty of mentions on what you need and how to use them. it should also work on fedora.
As far as the RAM limits. If you turn on Hi-MEM in the kernel then you will...
Theres a known bug in windows where by using some ASCII characters a folder will not be deleteable by windows.
You can try using Safe Mode Command Prompt and using wildcards (*) to delete the folder usig deltree or del, try both.
choose either of these, I prefer the commandline version but it is harder to use. I also compile mine from source to get better encodinng performance but these should work fine for normal playback.
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