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Aug
4
answered Two servers using same name servers?
Aug
4
comment How to test /etc/rc.d/rc.local to make sure a command will start successfully at boot?
Has it ever started up properly or is this your first try? Does it require any special shell environment variables that might be present in a login shell but not in the init environment?
Aug
4
comment How to test /etc/rc.d/rc.local to make sure a command will start successfully at boot?
+1 There is a lot of wisdom in this. No matter how many things you think you've done right, there is no substitute for actual testing.
Aug
2
revised netcat throughput low but iperf high
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Aug
2
answered netcat throughput low but iperf high
Aug
2
comment rsync “Operation not permitted”
Hm. You could use --no-owner to not try to set the owner to match. (FAT has no owner property) and possible --no-perms as well.
Aug
2
answered rsync “Operation not permitted”
Aug
2
comment rsync “Operation not permitted”
Running mount | grep /mnt/exthd should tell you.
Aug
2
comment rsync “Operation not permitted”
What is the file system on the USB disk?
Aug
1
reviewed Reject SSH Tunnel slow
Aug
1
comment Is there a way to detect the first time networking is run in linux after the computer starts?
Can you try re-wording your question? I can't make out what you are asking.
Aug
1
revised Linux: Ip forwarding or bridge?
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Jul
26
revised Very bad nfs / cifs performance
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Jul
26
comment How and when should I mount a remote filesystem using SSHFS?
This sounds like a job for autofs.
Jul
25
comment Why can't I ping an address on the loopback device under FreeBSD?
Please do not cross post! Question on U&L.
Jul
20
comment is site to site better than vpn client?
Site-to-Site is a vpn client. You would need to be much more specific about the technologies you are considering and your scenario in order to get a useful answer.
Jul
19
revised Redirecting traffic based on ports (iptables)
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Jul
19
revised Mail for a server is being processed locally on the server rather than being sent on to the mail server
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Jul
6
comment 256 Color Issue when using GNU Screen inside GNU Screen
I still use screen on a regular bases as a long time user, but it's definetly mothballing. It works but it's also broken. I find more and more things I have to switch to tmux for and always recommend anybody just learning switch now rather than later when they have problems! Scripting and configuration for tmux is also much more pleasant.
Jul
6
answered 256 Color Issue when using GNU Screen inside GNU Screen