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answered Local or public NTP servers?
Oct
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answered Resolving domain names differently for different services
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answered DNS servers ignore my client's query
Sep
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accepted On Windows 7, is it possible to configure an additional static IPv6 address in addition to a dynamic IPv6 address?
Sep
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comment On Windows 7, is it possible to configure an additional static IPv6 address in addition to a dynamic IPv6 address?
I wasn't interested in a link-local address (link local addresses don't work as easily as global scope address since the interface has to be specified). Running the above CLI command did create a permanent IPv6 address but I could have done the same thing in the GUI by choosing manually assign an address. The important part to me is that the system still gets a router assigned global scope IPv6 address in addition to the static IPv6 address.
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answered Non existent subdomains redirect to another domain?
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answered How do I use /etc/named.conf to configure named on Ubuntu 12.04?
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answered webserver running as nobody cannot resolve domain names
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answered Transfer WebMail Client mails to another WebMail Cleint
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answered Bugzilla : No SASL mechanism found
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answered SCO Unix - finding and pulling data
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revised On Windows 7, is it possible to configure an additional static IPv6 address in addition to a dynamic IPv6 address?
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comment tar over ssh to IPv6 host
I tried running cat in the ssh remote command but I got write errors. I was able to get the command working by using dd instead of cat.
Sep
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asked On Windows 7, is it possible to configure an additional static IPv6 address in addition to a dynamic IPv6 address?
Aug
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comment tar over ssh to IPv6 host
I haven't see anything in the GNU docs that describes this feature as depreciated and it does work for IPv4 (you can easily try both IPv4 and IPv6).Yes, I should have included the error output which has tar complaining about that it couldn't write that device. The --rsh-command is not needed since GNU tar on CentOS/Ubuntu is compiled to automatically use ssh instead of rsh and this wouldn't affect the destination IP.
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