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Aug
14
accepted Missing perl modules error for properly installed perl modules on FreeBSD 8.3, perl 5.16
Aug
2
comment Missing perl modules error for properly installed perl modules on FreeBSD 8.3, perl 5.16
/usr/bin/perl -MNet::SMTP::SSL -e exit was the command I needed here - thanks for the perl noob help!
Aug
2
answered Missing perl modules error for properly installed perl modules on FreeBSD 8.3, perl 5.16
Aug
1
asked Missing perl modules error for properly installed perl modules on FreeBSD 8.3, perl 5.16
Nov
20
comment Mac OS X Client With Static DHCP Assignment Requests Wrong IP via Option 50
Apple support had me try trashing system prefs, resetting PRAM, and resetting smc. We finally went into system restore's network utility and found it coming up with the same IP there, suggesting it isn't caching anywhere in the OS but most likely on the NIC itself. I'm gonna file this one away and start on a workaround for now.
Nov
20
comment Mac OS X Client With Static DHCP Assignment Requests Wrong IP via Option 50
Great suggestion, but it doesn't seem to have any effect. I made sure the /var/db/dhcpclient/leases directory was empty after reboot and before turning the NIC back on, but it still requested the same wrong IP.
Nov
19
asked Mac OS X Client With Static DHCP Assignment Requests Wrong IP via Option 50
Jun
19
comment Why is mkfs overwriting the LUKS encryption header on LVM on RAID partitions on Ubuntu 12.04?
It looks like in this situation a new device name is needed per your suggestion, or luksOpen ends up presenting the underlying volume group to mkfs. Thanks!
Jun
19
awarded  Supporter
Jun
19
awarded  Scholar
Jun
19
accepted Why is mkfs overwriting the LUKS encryption header on LVM on RAID partitions on Ubuntu 12.04?
Jun
18
comment Why is mkfs overwriting the LUKS encryption header on LVM on RAID partitions on Ubuntu 12.04?
@cstamas /dev/dm-1 is the same as /dev/web2/var, and the results are the same if I substitute /dev/web2var in the commands above. There is also a /dev/dm-2 which is /dev/web2/www, and it too comes out the same.
Jun
18
awarded  Student
Jun
18
asked Why is mkfs overwriting the LUKS encryption header on LVM on RAID partitions on Ubuntu 12.04?
Dec
16
answered How can I use SVN on my hosted server to keep track of my php projects?
Jun
27
answered Is it safe to remove all files in the /var/log when cleaning a server's history?
May
21
awarded  Teacher
May
20
answered When trying to copy a virtual disk in VMware vSphere client, I get an errror