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Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
20
accepted How can I run svn up as www-data?
Mar
26
awarded  Student
Mar
25
comment How can I run svn up as www-data?
You misunderstand. I don't wish to log into the svn server as www-data, I wish to run svn up as www-data, so that the updated files retain www-data as owner.
Mar
25
asked How can I run svn up as www-data?
Mar
5
comment Are star, ring, bus, and tree network topologies still relevant?
@vonbrand poige's point is that if you use a dumb network hub, the network may be shaped like a star/tree but works like a bus, since everything is forwarded to everyone else.
Mar
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accepted Are star, ring, bus, and tree network topologies still relevant?
Mar
3
comment Are star, ring, bus, and tree network topologies still relevant?
Can you please specify which topologies are still relevant for the examples you give?
Mar
3
comment Are star, ring, bus, and tree network topologies still relevant?
Only until you plug the hub into another hub. Suddenly it's a tree! Also, switches are cooler than hubs. But see, none of this was discussed in the book!
Mar
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asked Are star, ring, bus, and tree network topologies still relevant?
Feb
20
awarded  Scholar
Feb
20
accepted How do I disable 8139too network driver in favor of the 8139cp network driver in Ubuntu?
Feb
19
comment How do I disable 8139too network driver in favor of the 8139cp network driver in Ubuntu?
I'm quite aware of that, but there are an unknown set of legacy services on that box. The distro-upgrade will have to wait.
Feb
19
awarded  Editor
Feb
19
revised How do I disable 8139too network driver in favor of the 8139cp network driver in Ubuntu?
Clarifying question
Feb
19
asked How do I disable 8139too network driver in favor of the 8139cp network driver in Ubuntu?
Jan
26
awarded  Supporter
Jan
26
comment How do you remotely administer your Linux boxes?
I think this is a much more useful answer than the accepted one. MC is my preferred tool of choice, especially since it allows you to cd /#sh:<user>@<server>:<directory> to log into a remote machine for browsing and file transfers, and since Ctrl-o temporarily switches you to the console. Another Ctrl-o gets you back in MC with one keypress!
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer