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age 34
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seen Dec 21 at 22:42

Done with my Theoretical Computer Science PhD. Now I have a "real job"...


Feb
6
asked Partitioning & RAID recommendation for a server with 3 disks
Dec
16
comment make dnsmasq ignore specific entries in /etc/hosts
I guess I can do that, although it simply means duplicating all-but-one-line of /etc/hosts... hmm.
Dec
16
comment make dnsmasq ignore specific entries in /etc/hosts
Setting up and configuring bind, as well as a separate DHCP server, and having the DHCP server and bind communicate, and synchronizing things with /etc/hosts, does not sound like a better solution. Is it more elegant? I dunno.
Dec
16
asked make dnsmasq ignore specific entries in /etc/hosts
Nov
20
comment Why is there no (Debian) init.d script for usbipd? Should I write my own?
@MichaelHampton: 1. Do other distributions have an init script for it? 2. I can't believe that's the reason. If I install a telnet server, won't I get an init script for it?
Nov
20
revised Why is there no (Debian) init.d script for usbipd? Should I write my own?
edited title
Nov
19
asked Why is there no (Debian) init.d script for usbipd? Should I write my own?
Nov
1
comment Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
@MichaelHampton: Why would I need to dedicate a server to this? Other than to have a RedHat-flavor distro?
Nov
1
comment Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
@MichaelHampton: I am certainly not going to waste 512MB of RAM for a tiny daemon which runs occasionally doing very little. In fact, I'm not setting up VMs for anything on the server (which is in fact a relatively weak and old machine).
Nov
1
comment Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
@Mike: The server's distro is not my choice, and I can't/don't want to use a dedicated server (or virtual server) for this.
Nov
1
revised Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
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Nov
1
comment Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
From looking at the website, I'm worried it might be tied to RedHat'ish distributions (RHEL, CentOS, Fedora) distributions. Is this true?
Nov
1
asked Simple, centralized user management on a small LAN - NIS or LDAP?
Oct
22
revised dig succeeds, nslookup fails (with dnsmasq as the server)
edited tags; edited title
Oct
22
comment SSH Tunnel as a Windows Service
@mfriedman: Would you still recommend copssh today? Their website says the free version is outdated.
Oct
21
comment dig succeeds, nslookup fails (with dnsmasq as the server)
Well, it turns out pinging actually works. I was running ping with a wrong setup before. The conundrum is still basically the same though.
Oct
21
revised dig succeeds, nslookup fails (with dnsmasq as the server)
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Oct
21
revised Getting a reverse lookup answer from nslookup but not from dig
retag, question title better fits body
Oct
21
comment dig succeeds, nslookup fails (with dnsmasq as the server)
@Iain: Yes it is, and yes they can. Updated question accordingly.
Oct
21
revised dig succeeds, nslookup fails (with dnsmasq as the server)
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