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#54324 6 mois a pluralsight

Posted by IAmLoco on 20 February 2016 - 09:07 AM

tout ce que ca vous prend c'est un compte Microsoft Live

enregistrez-vous a



dans votre profile dans la sectrion

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Use your benefits
vous trouverez les indication comment activer le compte
le lien ne semblait pas fonctionner pour moi
j'ai donc copier le lien
utiliser ce lien pour arriver a la page
et inscrit le code plus les autre information demandé

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#54267 Project Ara mais pour PC

Posted by IAmLoco on 02 September 2015 - 01:16 PM

oui ou évoluer vers un format de addin pour PC

comme une cassette que tu glisse dans l'ordinateur


c'est certain que sur les desktop c'est plus simple remplacer les pièces mais dans les laptop/smartphone c'est différent

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#54197 [QUEBEC] - Maison a vendre !

Posted by IAmLoco on 29 May 2015 - 07:06 PM

Belle maison superbe terrain.


Bonne chance je partage ou je peux

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#54127 2Gb gratuit par Google

Posted by IAmLoco on 12 February 2015 - 09:02 PM



simplement en configurant vos options de sécurité du liens suivants


#53270 PS: Transfert Fichier avec WinSCP

Posted by IAmLoco on 01 December 2014 - 10:41 AM

Malheureusement ca prend powershell 4+ pour utiliser les .net assembly  (Windows7/2008+)
$HostName = "URL.Suffix/IP"
$UserName = "USERNAME"
$Password = "PASSWORD"
$Port = 21
$PROT = "ftp"
$FTPS_PROT = "ExplicitTls"
$ltmpPath = "LOCAL_PATH"
$rsrcPath = "REMOTE_PATH"

function WinSCPConnection
{param ($HostName , $UserName , $Password , $Port , $PROT , $FTPS_PROT , $ltmpPath , $rsrcPath)

If ($PSVersionTable.PSVersion.Major -ge 4){

Import-Module WinSCP # http://dotps1.github.io/WinSCP/

$options = New-WinSCPSessionOptions -Hostname $HostName -Username $UserName -Password $Password -Port $Port -FtpSecure $FTPS_PROT -Protocol $PROT

$session = Open-WinSCPSession -SessionOptions $options

Receive-WinSCPItem -WinSCPSession $session -RemoteItem $rsrcPath -LocalItem $ltmpPath

Close-WinSCPSession -WinSCPSession $session

WinSCPConnection  $HostName $UserName $Password $Port $PROT $FTPS_PROT $ltmpPath $rsrcPath

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#53208 Imprimante sans fil

Posted by IAmLoco on 09 October 2014 - 07:36 AM

la plupart des imprimantes viennent avec un lecteur de carte sd tu pourrais dans le pire des cas imprimer avec ca selon ce que je voit ta tablette a une carte sd.

tu peux aussi si ton imprimante supporte mtp imprimer par le port usb directement.


Les HP ePrint doit avoir accès a internet donc on oublie ca.

#53199 Ipad 2 ios6 vers ios7

Posted by IAmLoco on 06 October 2014 - 10:36 AM

7 a 8 est mineur selon ce que j'ai vu

devrais pas ralentir mais c'est certain qu'en achetant un vieux ipad ça va être un peu lent.


la plupart des appareil ont une vie de 2 ans. ensuite ça commence a être lent.


Le problème d'iOS la plupart des développeur supporte 2 version maximum, les API sont pas très backward compatible.

#53095 Plus besoin de bridge pour Sonos

Posted by IAmLoco on 02 September 2014 - 09:54 AM

Sonos wants to make it even easier for consumers to set up their first internet-connected speaker, which is why the company won’t require its users to set up dedicated wireless networks anymore. Instead, Sonos speakers now directly connect to your home Wi-Fi network. And to make that network go even further, Sonos is also introducing its very first Wi-Fi range extender, dubbed the Boost.

That’s a departure from the way Sonos has traditionally streamed music across the home: Ever since it launched its first product in 2005, Sonos required users to bypass their home Wi-Fi network, either by directly plugging into a router with an ethernet cable or with the company’s own Bridge device, which operates its own dedicated wireless network optimized for audio streaming.

“We were paranoid about the quality of the networking,” remembered Andy Schulert, Sonos VP of quality. “In hindsight, that was the right decision in 2003,” when the company started working on its first products, and Wi-Fi routers still were riddled with problems, he said.

However, Wi-Fi has evolved over the last decade, and most consumers nowadays have routers that easily cover their entire home. Plus, Sonos isn’t the only application requiring connectivity and quality of service for media streaming anymore. People use Netflix and YouTube all over their house, and frequently upgrade their routers when their home network isn’t capable of accessing these services, optimizing network performance for Sonos speakers in the process.

Sonos has been working on switching from its proprietary network to open Wi-Fi for about two years, and during recent months tested Bridge-less setups with thousands of customers and close to 400 different home Wi-Fi routers. Schulert said he feels confident that the company’s speakers will work on home Wi-Fi in most cases, in part because Sonos speakers still use their own mesh technology in multi-room setups. If you have one Sonos speaker in your living room and one in your kitchen, then only one of them will access Spotify through your router, and then relay the signal to the other one, provided both are within reach.

Of course, sometimes, that’s simply not the case. That’s why Sonos will launch a kind of range extender called the Boost for $99 later this year. And Sonos will continue to sell the $49 Bridge as well, as the device is still required for 3.1 or 5.1 home theater set-ups.

For Sonos, switching to regular Wi-Fi is all about making things easier for new customers. The Bridge requirement “was a little bit of a speed bump,” said Schulert, even though retailers frequently bundled the device as part of special promotions. Now, consumers will be able to buy a speaker and get started without a bridge or an ethernet cable, which should help the company during the coming holiday season.

What does all of this mean for existing customers? Sonos actually wants them to keep their Bridges plugged in. “Don’t change a thing,” Schulert told me. He added that it’s possible to switch existing systems to a Bridge-less setup, but the company would rather people stick with what’s already working. That’s understandable from a customer support perspective; after all, changing a working setup can possibly introduce new points of failure — but as a Sonos user myself, I have to say that I can’t wait to get rid of my Bridge.



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#53074 Lulz?

Posted by IAmLoco on 16 August 2014 - 05:11 PM

X-Files > CSI

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#53072 Noms de domaines .QUEBEC

Posted by IAmLoco on 16 August 2014 - 07:12 AM

les nom de domaine vont devenir comme les module de java

le suffix va etre plus long que le prefix :P

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#53032 Lulz?

Posted by IAmLoco on 23 July 2014 - 08:48 AM

I saved my progress


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#53017 Remote Desktop - entre Windows 7 et 8.1

Posted by IAmLoco on 17 July 2014 - 11:58 AM

la version Home de 7 et je ne sais plus quel n'as pas la fonction de RDP

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#52981 Lulz?

Posted by IAmLoco on 09 June 2014 - 05:21 PM

Beer = Salad


#52977 Lulz?

Posted by IAmLoco on 05 June 2014 - 07:15 AM

Giving you 100% of your daily puns in one post


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#52876 Faille de sécurité importante découverte

Posted by IAmLoco on 11 April 2014 - 06:08 AM


en bref :)

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