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accepted Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
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comment Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
no, it is a corporate network. I want to make an internal-use site using second level domain without involving change control
May
22
comment Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
hosts file would be helpful for 1 pc, but when there are dozens its an administrative hassle... Plus I have no access to hosts as well.
May
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comment Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
I am not trying to use internal DNS nor Implement it. I am wondering if I can go around it.
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asked Adding internal A-record to a second level domain
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awarded  Critic
Feb
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answered Running mono-based application on Centos Start
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accepted CentOS stopped loading after I added something to /etc/rc.d/rc.local
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comment CentOS stopped loading after I added something to /etc/rc.d/rc.local
Michael, thank you! I was able to solve it!
Feb
27
comment CentOS stopped loading after I added something to /etc/rc.d/rc.local
The problem is, that when I wrote my application, I infinite looped it since it is a UDP server application :\ And the funny thing that it works -- catches my packets and places them to the database :)
Feb
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asked CentOS stopped loading after I added something to /etc/rc.d/rc.local
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Feb
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comment How do I save the iptables
@EEAA respect! Thank you for your help-- I have a lot to learn!
Feb
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accepted How do I save the iptables
Feb
27
comment Running mono-based application on Centos Start
Does not work means that application does not start; when I send test packets to this app, it is not up and running. When I actually go via Interface to System -> Preferences -> Startup Applications, and add my application there, it works. But it only start working when user is logged in. But I need my program to run when OS starts.
Feb
27
comment How do I save the iptables
Well, I don't know what is good enough and what is not! If it works, it should be good?
Feb
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comment Running mono-based application on Centos Start
I created new file with extention .sh and added text: /opt/mono/bin/mono /root/MySoft/UDPServer.exe "$@"
Feb
27
answered How do I save the iptables