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The "extra" options were deprecated by OpenBSD over 9 years ago and removed in pfctl revision 1.143 (Mar 23, 2010) with the following comments: remove -A, -O, -R and -T load the partial loading of a ruleset (leaving ancors aside) is wrong and conflicts with the general idea of how pf works. last not least it breaks with the optimizer generating ...


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One can not re-define a constant (in PHP / WordPress). So, you must have put the line... define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M'); at the end of your wp-config.php file. If you are not already aware, the last default line in this file (require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php');) setup all the variables and constants. In order to solve your issue, you must ...


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Using PowerShell, you can turn on trunk mode on the virtual NIC. I don't think there is an equivalent GUI option for this. Set-VMNetworkAdapterVlan -Trunk -AllowedVlanIdList "100,101" -VMName "VmName" -VMNetworkAdapterName "TrunkNic" -NativeVlanId 1 -Trunk turns on trunk mode, which leaves the VLAN tags intact. -AllowedVlanIdList specifies which VLAN's ...


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There's no mem command, not sure why you would think there is... You're probably looking for kdbg and it's dump memory command. In kdbg enter help $cmd (where $cmd is a command) for more help. There is a /dev/mem special device that represents physical memory. You can read and write to this device, specifically you might be interested in using dd to copy ...


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As far as I can remember, Wordpress doesn't list available/maximum RAM but allowed upload file size. You can change that through the upload_max_filesize and post_max_size settings in php.ini or per-pool in your php-fpm.d/*.conf files. Concerning nginx, remember to set client_max_body_size 128m; to allow for bigger POST data to be sent to/through the ...


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This whole NRPT thing sounds like a way to bring DNSSEC somewhat in line with DNSCurve, except that instead of having a single standard and spec like it is the case with DNSCurve itself, they're simply throwing up a bunch of unrelated ones together into a big administration and configuration mess. Deploying DNSSEC for recursive and authoritative servers are ...


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This is because you don't block outgoing traffic by default on your localnet. Try using something along those lines: block out from $localnet to any pass inet proto tcp from $localnet to port $client_out_tcp pass inet proto tcp from $localnet to port $client_out_udp


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You can't. Here's an example of how you can figure it out with Super User's BSD Cross Reference. You can start with the open() function, which is a system call, so, it's defined with a sys_ prefix in the kernel. Search for sys_open. You'll find it at http://bxr.su/OpenBSD/sys/kern/vfs_syscalls.c#sys_open. If you follow sys_open() long enough, you'll ...


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If you want to store persistent dhcp leases configuration. Put this snippet configuration in /etc/dhcpd.conf host workstation-PC { hardware ethernet 0:1d:7d:00:54:ef; fixed-address 172.32.100.185; } You can put this configuration for all Devices you want to do an IP reservation. Next step is remove dhcp.leases file and restart dhcpd daemon. So, ...



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