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comment Using Stranded vs. Solid CAT5 in a cable tray
@KaareZ Updated the Answer with some minor details. For one off runs there's really no difference. When you're doing a hundred runs a day the differences add up quick. All cable has to meet the minimum specs for it's category; anything above that shouldn't be assumed (even though it's quite common from my experience).
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comment Connect to multiple AP with one Wifi adapter under Linux/FreeBSD?
@GeorgeAdams Only certain hardware supports multiple channel operation. I couldn't say which chips at this point, the documentation for the ath(4) driver is somewhat ancient.
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revised Long Gigabit Ethernet Run
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comment What Emacs package should I install for command-line on FreeBSD?
Updated with both options
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comment AES Encryption License for ASA series?
New link: cisco.com/web/go/license
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comment Where can I learn about apache
As to the configuration files, that's your OS/Distro's configuration management choices. The stock httpd doesn't have all those extra directories and files; it's a much simpler layout (slightly more complicated to configure sometimes). As for the rest, have you tried the Apache animal book?
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answered cisco asa 5512-x policing
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answered Why does a ZFS resilver scan the entire pool?
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answered How can I install a .ISO in a windows environment over Group Policy using Windows Server 2013
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