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Jan
14
comment Debian 7 how are IPv6 link local addresses set?
By the way I can't understand why my distro is flipping disable_ipv6: once the link is brought down it does make any difference.
Jan
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Jan
14
revised Debian 7 how are IPv6 link local addresses set?
Fixed minor typo - one word missing
Jan
13
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Jan
13
comment Debian 7 how are IPv6 link local addresses set?
I was getting "Permission denied" because of "disable_ipv6", see my answer in this same thread.
Jan
13
answered Debian 7 how are IPv6 link local addresses set?
Jan
13
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Jan
13
comment Debian 7 how are IPv6 link local addresses set?
Firstly, the user should not have to manually compute an address which is auto-generated. Secondly, whenever I type this command I get: RTNETLINK answers: Permission denied.
Dec
29
comment Which file system to use for portable hard drive shared among different operating systems?
UDF is the best choice serverfault.com/questions/55089/…
Jun
20
comment Can't seem to disable Java Automatic Update
@ScottBussinger: exact same problem with a pure 32 bits Windows 7 system.
May
15
comment With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?
Interesting technical analysis sipa.ulyssis.org/2010/02/filesystems-for-portable-disks
Mar
29
comment What is the partition id / filesystem type for UDF?
@Juaco scroll down for the answer. Or have a look at BOOTICE.
Dec
30
comment With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?
for some strange reason you also need to create the partition from Windows. Not necessarily format it there but create it.
Dec
29
comment What is the partition id / filesystem type for UDF?
Just formatted as UDF one of the (MBR) logical partitions on my hard drive and Windows 7 had no problem with it
Dec
29
comment With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?
Thanks Skolima, this is great. Bye bye FAT32. I only need to be careful to stick to UDF version 2.01 and to 512 block size and I have the perfect hard disk partition shared across Linux and Windows.
Dec
29
comment With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?
On the other hand, formatting with Linux' mkudffs seems to sucessfully complete in seconds.
Dec
29
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Dec
29
comment With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?
You definitely want to keep the same block size to avoid prematurely wearing the flash memory, see: lwn.net/Articles/428584