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Top Forums UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers Having issue Playing Netflix. Post 303039112 by Neo on Monday 23rd of September 2019 07:47:50 AM
This post is a kind of link spam because the poster is asking obscure questions and then posting links, just when they hit the minimum, to another site.

At the same time, they are posting links to answers about Linux but they are visiting the site on windows.

Code:
User agent:

Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; Win64; x64 ) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/77.0.3865.90 Safari/537.36o

So, based on my judgement, this poster is a "link spammer" hiding their intentions.

Thread closed.
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Test Your Knowledge in Computers #85
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Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows RT, Windows Phone 8, Windows Server, and the Xbox One's operating system all used the Windows NT kernel.
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OBEX_TEST(1)							   User commands						      OBEX_TEST(1)

NAME
obex_test - interactive test application for the openobex library SYNOPSIS
obex_test [[-s port] | [-r port] | [-i] | [-b [address] [channel]] | [-u interface]] DESCRIPTION
obex_test is a test application for the openobex library. It uses an interactive mode but the access method is selcted with command line arguments. This program is designed to be an example application for the openobex library. OPTIONS
-s This is the default. It selects cable obex. The port argument is optional (default: /dev/ttyS0) -r Select cable obex for the Ericsson R320 mobile phone. The port argument is optional (default: /dev/ttyS0) -i Select obex over IrDA. -b Select obex over bluetooth. Both, address and channel are actually optional. Default channel is 4, default address is ANY. -u Select usb obex (CDC). If the interface argument is omitted, a list of available interface is written to stdout. INTERACTIVE MODE
: COMMANDS c connect to the remote side (client mode) d disconnect from the remote side g issue a GET request p issue a PUT request q quit the program s go into server mode t change the path on the remote side x issue a PUSH request AUTHOR
Hendrik Sattler <post@hendrik-sattler.de> initial version of manpage openobex 1.4 2008-11-23 OBEX_TEST(1)

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