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Aug
26
comment Making changes to default IPv6 route persistent in CentOS 7
Yes, they get assigned in reverse order, which is annoying and I suspect it's a bug.
Aug
26
comment How to open rails on port 80 in ubuntu
Running your app as root is a very bad idea.
Aug
26
comment How can I version control a mirrored upstream repository?
serverfault.com/q/473138/126632
Aug
26
comment Receiving DNS answers but lookups still failing
And what did you set your DNS servers to?
Aug
26
comment Making changes to default IPv6 route persistent in CentOS 7
Just make sure that the desired address is the first one assigned to the interface.
Aug
26
comment How do I disable MultiViews for Apache
Um, yes? Didn't you try it?
Aug
26
comment Centos 5.11 and Redis server 2.2
Post the output of the virt-what command (install it if it is not already present).
Aug
26
comment Is there public dns server that serves only ipv4 adresses?
If that's what you want, then why don't you just query for A records explicitly?
Aug
25
comment Remote users attempting to gain access to root mysqld
Do you really need to have your database open for the whole world to connect to it?
Aug
25
answered Can I directly register the output of a command in ansible as a boolean?
Aug
25
comment DNS for restricting youtube content
Since this is now fixed, I removed my downvote.
Aug
25
comment Set Up OpenVPN with Ldap support on CentOS7
Not sure why this isn't being built. You could always ask the maintainer, or grab the source RPM and rebuild it for EL7 yourself, e.g. in Copr?
Aug
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
25
comment Understanding /proc/net/dev
From the point of view of the host, the data was transmitted - to the container!
Aug
25
comment Understanding /proc/net/dev
Are you viewing /proc/net/dev in the container or in the host?
Aug
25
reviewed Reopen Linux e1000e (Intel networking driver) problems galore, where do I start?
Aug
25
comment Azure VMs and Min requirements
First, you're looking at the wrong page. Did you not see this? "Are you looking for system requirements for Windows Server 2012 R2? If so, go to System Requirements and Installation Information for Windows Server 2012 R2 in the Windows Server TechNet Library."
Aug
25
comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
That's because it was already up! "restart" does not properly bring down the interface.
Aug
25
comment Can't Bind IP Address To Machine
serverfault.com/q/269921/126632
Aug
25
answered Compile Node with GCC v4.9.2