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zeroshell unsupported onboard Intel Ethernet I217-V and I210

I recently installed zeroshell 3.0.0 on a machine with a supermicro motherboard that has 2 onboard ethernet cards. It seems that this version of ZS does not support both of ethernet. I've read from ...
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Linux Cannot change tx-checksumming

On a Linux 3.2 kernel: Linux 3.2.0-4-686-pae #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1+deb7u1 i686 GNU/Linux on VmWare, i get checksum errors on ipv6 tcp packets. So I can ping6, but not connect by ipv6 to ssh, smtp, ...
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Make a bridge with two ports behave like a veth pair

I have a linux bridge with two ports, namely p0 and p1, and I would like to modify the bridge behavior so that every frame showing up in one port is relayed to the other port and viceversa, i.e. the ...
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How to stop a infinite running process(ztail) started by a ssh session after that session is closed

I have a peculiar problem. My server supports multiple ssh session simultaneously, so that multiple admins can manage it simultaneously. We have a command which calls ztail to show the compressed log ...
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linux sever interfaces automation

I am using a CentOS server which has about 6 active interfaces with different IPs, I'd want to automatically bring down all the interfaces when any one of the 6 interfaces is down. Is there a way this ...
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Xen dom0 crashed

Lots of questions this week, I got this error on dom0, then the server crashed (according to /var/log/messages): Jun 22 10:02:09 453 dhcpd: DHCPACK to xx.xxx.xxx.xx (xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx) via eth0 Jun ...
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What are some options for acquiring a free realtime Linux distribution? [closed]

By realtime I mean something that can help with fast network I/O; Low-latency and high-throughput.
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tc u32 — how to match L2 protocols in recent kernels?

I have a nice shaper, with hashed filtering, built at a linux bridge. In short, br0 connects external and internal physical interfaces, VLAN tagged packets are bridged "transparently" (I mean, no VLAN ...