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Mar
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Remote Desktop Software with low latency for thin clients
Mar
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Keytool ServerAlternateName
Mar
14
comment How to monitor server resources?
I don't know about inventing the wheel, but these comments are definitely turning one...
Mar
13
revised Protection from ARP spoofing
added 58 characters in body
Mar
13
answered Bypass openvpn for particular ip
Mar
13
comment How to introduce and detect errors in Twisted Pair cables
... and why are you embarking on this crazy adventure of trying to break your ethernet layer?
Mar
13
answered How to introduce and detect errors in Twisted Pair cables
Mar
12
revised Can arping by IP but not MAC address
added 102 characters in body
Mar
12
comment Can arping by IP but not MAC address
Oops, I messed up my filters. Let me post a new one with the right answer now that I realize what happened.
Mar
12
answered Can arping by IP but not MAC address
Mar
12
comment Where can I find a list of IP addresses of hosting providers?
I don't know about a list of hosting AS systems, but I'd start with some regular expressions (/hosting/ seems to cut out a lot) and adding in some regular ones yourself. Just call a isSpamAS(number) script and add any systems you never want to see as you go.
Mar
12
answered Where can I find a list of IP addresses of hosting providers?
Mar
11
answered How to compare remote files based on hashes, and transfer only the differing blocks
Feb
23
comment How to set maximum directory size on apache server?
Now you're making it more confusing. Are you limiting the folder size, or the traffic per day?
Feb
22
comment Microwave Internet vs optical fiber
What about backhoes?
Feb
22
answered Using RAID1 to assist in offsite backups
Feb
21
answered Find if server is compromised
Feb
21
answered Mounting a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian
Feb
21
comment Mounting a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian
@user907560 At the outset, your question is indistinguishable from end-user support and doesn't provide the information we need to know that the flash drive works elsewhere. This further information helps a lot. +1.
Feb
21
comment Mounting a USB Mass Storage Device in Debian
This would be on-topic for SuperUser or Unix & Linux, but it doesn't fit here and since I can't discern whether those fires are wrong or really what you're asking about in regards to, "Without using the Internet" (which you're on), I'm not keen to migrate.