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Feb
22
comment Netatalk 3.0.1 disconnects with Bad file descriptor on FreeBSD
No sorry, a typo in a critical word. it does NOT work.
Feb
21
comment Netatalk 3.0.1 disconnects with Bad file descriptor on FreeBSD
Also without sendfile support it does now work.
Feb
21
comment Netatalk 3.0.1 disconnects with Bad file descriptor on FreeBSD
I have the sendfile enabled because I thought it would improve performance, not diminish reliability.
Feb
9
comment Router advertisement for ipv6 is advertising link-local adress
I cannot find the mistake because I did not make one. A simple reboot of the Mac OS X client fixed the problem. I tried that before but maybe it was too late. Thanks for your help and describing the default behavior.
Feb
9
comment Router advertisement for ipv6 is advertising link-local adress
I have a link and it works fine. After rebooting my Mac OS X client it got the router's link-local address and it worked as you described.
Dec
25
comment Filtering incoming Strongswan VPN packets with iptables
Thanks for your reply. I will try it out later. I am using Arno's firewall scripts, but it gets a little too complicated and it does not work well with StrongSWAN.
Dec
15
comment Best strategy for setting up LVM over RAID for flexibility down the road?
Always nice getting the answer downvoted and not knowing why...
May
7
comment NFS server is exporting the wrong directories
Thanks for your help. The asterisk is there for debugging purposes only. Where can I find documentation about NFS roots? This is kind of new to me. I have not seen it in NFSv3.
May
2
comment NFS server is exporting the wrong directories
@peter no there is no NAT they a attached to the very same switch without any routers on the same subnet.
May
2
comment NFS server is exporting the wrong directories
yes it is. I am at the moment exporting this directory only.
May
2
comment NFS server is exporting the wrong directories
This file is empty (I updated my question). The problem still exists.
Apr
4
comment Fixed and dynamic IPs in ISC DHPD lead to double lease
That is the problem, yes. I have the pool in there because of this page isc.org/files/auth.html It should send the client a DHCPNAK message and resets it if it has an old lease of the dynamic pool but meanwhile the proper host entry was added.
Jul
14
comment Possible Solution for Setting up a Linux VPN Server to Encrypt WLAN Traffic of Macs and iPhones on
obviously setting up a VPN is a more advanced topic. thanks for your thoughts. This question seems to be discussed many times here but there is no complete solution including the network setup. I think I have to try things using a Linx VM befo deploying it to a server.
Jul
13
comment Possible Solution for Setting up a Linux VPN Server to Encrypt WLAN Traffic of Macs and iPhones on
@Zoredache That is exactly my question. Unfortunately I cannot use OpenVPN because jailbreaking my iOS devices is not an option.
Jul
13
comment Possible Solution for Setting up a Linux VPN Server to Encrypt WLAN Traffic of Macs and iPhones on
@womble You are right about WPA, but sometimes you are using a public WLAN and you want to take care of your encryption yourself. It is more like a road warrior setup.
Apr
6
comment How to create an efficient download statistics of files hosted with nginx
Thanks for your answer. As written in my question I am already logging the downloads separately to a different log file. Awstats would be a possibility but I do not like it as it seems a bit bloated.
Dec
13
comment Using nginx + wordpress with all wordpress files in a subdirectory
The new try_files directive does not work. I now tried to just copy wordpress' index.html file to the server root. The problem then is that the wp_blog_header.php include file is not found, because it is relative to /wordpress. I thought that the fastcgi_split_path_info would take care of this and execute php scripts relative to /wordpress instead of /.
Dec
12
comment Using nginx + wordpress with all wordpress files in a subdirectory
I added my nginx.conf here. Well it could be an issue that there is no index.php or index.html in der root directory of the web server. I thought that the redirection would take care of this and redirect to /wordpress/index.php Maybe I should consider placing a symbolic link of wordpress' index.php into the web server's root dir. What do you think?
Dec
12
comment Using nginx + wordpress with all wordpress files in a subdirectory
First of all: thank you for your great blog about nginx. The last entry about PHP, nginx and memcached is really great and although it is quite technical, easy to read. I added the error.log entry for the 403 error and it looks to me that this is not a file system permission issue, but I could be wrong of course.
Dec
12
comment Using nginx + wordpress with all wordpress files in a subdirectory
@MartinF No I do not think it is a permission issue. all directories have the permission drwxr-sr-x with the nginx server being in the 'other' group of users. I do not want that any directories are being listed. I thought that $uri/ in the try_files directive looks for the directory and if it is present it uses the file specified by the index directive.