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Linux programmer and admin. Experience with FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux (RH, D., U.), Solaris. Deep knowledge of glibc internals.

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comment Stopping MySql server on Linux (to try and reset root password)
will it work on ubuntu 11.04 or 11.10 or 12.04 or .. ?
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answered Stopping MySql server on Linux (to try and reset root password)
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comment Apache - disable range requests - disadvantages?
Is SetEnvIf good for apache 1.3? How can I protect a apache with lot virtual name servers and lot of DocumentRoots?
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comment Defragmenters useful for *nix?
Graham Perrin, thanks! Do you know any written description of builtin defragmentation in newer JHFS+?
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comment Defragmenters useful for *nix?
Graham Perrin, but this is not a "five macs without any fragmentation." He says "This discussion is more illustrative", and this is good illustration that fragmentation MAY be common for macs
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
UltimateBrent, ok. try to find nls modules and modprobe them. Can you copy exact dmesg and mount output for mount -o ro -t vfat /dev/dm-2 /where/to/mount and mount -o ro -t auto /dev/dm-2 /where/to/mount and mount -o ro,codepage=850,iocharset=iso8859-1 -t vfat /dev/dm-2 /where/to/mount . May be you should open new question (community will help faster in mounting a plain fat than me) with your output of file -sk /dev/dm-2, mount commands tryed and the dmesg/mount errors reported.
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
Akin It! try to get config of your kernel (e.g /proc/config.gz or /boot/config... ) and grep for "CONFIG_NLS_" "CONFIG_FAT_DEFAULT". Can you reinstall the kernel on this machine?
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
mount -o ro -t vfat /dev/dm-2 /where/to/mount ? What the error of mount?
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
you can't mount an image without dev-mapper. Are you root? What is OS?
Aug
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comment physical to virtual (kvm) migration with saving IP of guest and reusing it at host
And again, yes, this is possible, but is hard to set up remotely. I can't even do a reboot to known-good config in case of fault.
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comment physical to virtual (kvm) migration with saving IP of guest and reusing it at host
no, i need a real-world ip, and not a mythical-world ip-for-nerds-please-use-ton-of-tunnels. both server and its clients are ipv4 w/o any ipv6.
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comment physical to virtual (kvm) migration with saving IP of guest and reusing it at host
"HardWare is too new to be used by BSD directly.". And bi-nat is not an ugly, it is just complicated. I understand this, but if you can, add iptables/pf rules here.
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comment physical to virtual (kvm) migration with saving IP of guest and reusing it at host
Hi! And what about ARP? Will natted packets flow in the private subnet? Can you give more verbose example of SNAT/DNAT (guest uses OpenBSD/pf, host uses linux30/iptables)?
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comment physical to virtual (kvm) migration with saving IP of guest and reusing it at host
Gilles, so your think, MTA can put false IP in the header if it will be configured in such way?
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
I hope you have 6 TB of disk space (2TB for original files; 2TB for image.iso; 2 TB for recovered data). In the similar situation (recover a 2 TB) I had no such disk space and still have no.
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comment How to mount a .bin image file in linux
kpartx can read partition table from the image file and remap every partition to separate device.
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answered How to mount a .bin image file in linux