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answered setting debconf selections for keyboard-configuration fails… layout ends up as Afghani
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revised setting debconf selections for keyboard-configuration fails… layout ends up as Afghani
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18
asked setting debconf selections for keyboard-configuration fails… layout ends up as Afghani
Jul
18
comment SSH traffic over openvpn connection freezes when I cat a file
Thanks. This fixed my issue. At the office I have the exact same setup without any issues, but at my home, it has some hangs in cases. If I curl a url of a file with a - in it, it hangs. Without a -, it works :D, and if I break up long lines in the file, it also works. It makes no sense, but thanks for the solution.
Jun
18
answered How to use hdparm to fix a pending sector?
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awarded  Critic
Feb
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comment Using smartd to monitor eSATA hard drive?
While this answers the question of getting smartd to find new disks, it doesn't solve the spam of email you get when removing disks: SMART error (FailedOpenDevice) detected on host: ... The following warning/error was logged by the smartd daemon: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], unable to open device
Feb
7
revised Automate the installation of postfix on Ubuntu
insertted Demelziraptor's suggestion, which worked for me
Feb
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suggested suggested edit on Automate the installation of postfix on Ubuntu
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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comment Set up multiple websites on a local web server
you should create a second question for your second problem... and the answer might be that /www/html/project1 does not exist. This should probably be /var/www/html/project1 and before you start the server you should run mkdir /var/www/html/project1 and (possibly chown or chmod). See httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/core.html#documentroot
Nov
21
revised Rsync delta copy not working for virtual disk
added note about Split2G
Nov
20
answered What happens to files that are owned by a user that gets deleted?
Nov
20
answered Set up multiple websites on a local web server
Nov
20
answered Rsync delta copy not working for virtual disk
Oct
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answered How to monitor ZFS with SNMP in FreeBSD?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Analytical
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comment Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
My system is strange and explaining it would be out of context... but here it is. My system is just in the experimental stage. When finished this is what I will do: eth0 is broken (60% packet loss for no reason). eth1, 2, and 3 will be separate networks, and eth4 is the SAN NIC. If eth1 breaks too (also on motherboard), then eth5 (10Gbps) will replace eth1 (1Gbps). I wouldn't use a bridge as a failover; it probably wouldn't work. I would use link aggregation for failover.