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Apr
1
comment limit multicast to wanted outout interfaces using iptables (or other lartc commands)
This is interesting. I forgot I asked about this, blah blah blah airplanes. I'm giong to try this later and if it works (either unshare or moving to the output table) I'll accept the answer.
Mar
22
asked limit multicast to wanted outout interfaces using iptables (or other lartc commands)
Jan
13
accepted Linux that restores itself on each reboot
Jan
10
comment Linux that restores itself on each reboot
The computers we're using don't actually have CD drives. I think Knoppix main benefit is the boot cycle. I'm not sure it helps with mounting a squashfs or anything else.
Jan
6
comment Linux that restores itself on each reboot
Sirex, that might be a good head start. I like it. Chris S, you're probably right. There's probably no good reason to leave / writable or even have a /var depending on how much stuff I can strip out.
Jan
6
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Jan
6
asked Linux that restores itself on each reboot
Nov
2
accepted Really Cheap Public Access Point
Oct
29
comment Really Cheap Public Access Point
Awesome. I definitely need to locate a dd-wrt and try that.
Oct
29
asked Really Cheap Public Access Point
Jul
17
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Jul
17
accepted Linux raid with a flaky usb drives (bus?)
Jul
17
comment Linux raid with a flaky usb drives (bus?)
Actually, the enclosures I have already do esata. I think I'll order an esata controller for the rig. You've convinced me.
Jul
17
comment Linux raid with a flaky usb drives (bus?)
Yes. I need for these to be external. I agree that USB is a terrible way to do this and I'm seeing the effects of that. What I'm looking for is a way to make it work anyway. This is not mission critical hardware so if the array goes read-only, it really doesn't matter. But ruining the drives isn't acceptable either.
Jul
17
comment Linux raid with a flaky usb drives (bus?)
I use the uuid, never the drive letters. My point was only that the drives disappear from the array and come back as spares. When they do this, they sometimes switch letters, but my mdadm.conf in no way cares about the /dev/ path as it uses the ... actually the serial of the drive rather than the uuid.
Jul
16
asked Linux raid with a flaky usb drives (bus?)
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