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My passions are software, mechanical, and electrical engineering.


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accepted tshark conversation statistic not resolving hostnames
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asked tshark conversation statistic not resolving hostnames
Nov
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accepted Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
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answered Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
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Jun
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accepted Is Traffic Control (tc) broken in Fedora 17?
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Is Traffic Control (tc) broken in Fedora 17?
Thanks for the info, I didn't consider the possibility of it being a bug.
Jun
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asked Is Traffic Control (tc) broken in Fedora 17?
May
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answered Is it possible to use sudo with !requiretty for a specific command
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revised Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
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revised Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
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comment Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
I've updated my original post to show the output of route.
Mar
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comment Fedora 15: em1 recently dissapeared and hostapd no longer serves internet to wirelessly connected devices
I duplicated all the ifcfg-em1 files I could find in /etc/..., renamed them to ifcfg-p4p1, and change the device field to DEVICE=p4p1. My wifi devices are still not able to connect to the internet.