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Feb
26
revised IPtables: DNAT not working
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asked IPtables: DNAT not working
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
18
accepted How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
Aug
17
comment How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
No, I dont have access to it. Otherwise, I could just do what Chris suggests.
Aug
17
comment How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
Yes, remotely. It's not one of my servers
Aug
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asked How to get from a name server all A records pointing to a specific IP
Jul
30
accepted Installing packages on a x86-64 linux
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accepted Reading mail from /var/spool/mail/root
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comment Installing packages on a x86-64 linux
So, I guess the answer is No. You dont need to install .i386 packages on a x86-64 linux.
Jul
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asked Installing packages on a x86-64 linux
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asked Reading mail from /var/spool/mail/root
May
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accepted Linux: How to find out whether the harddrive is causing a bottleneck?
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awarded  Yearling
May
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asked Linux: How to find out whether the harddrive is causing a bottleneck?
May
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accepted Linux: Is it safe or recommended to rearrange partitions through SSH?
May
16
comment memcache vs memcached?
I never thought the "d" in memcached to mean deamon but to mean the past participle of the verb cache. Plus, you couldn't name the new interface as "memcache" since there was already one with that name.
May
14
revised Linux: Is it safe or recommended to rearrange partitions through SSH?
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May
13
comment Linux: Is it safe or recommended to rearrange partitions through SSH?
My purpose is not exactly security but to be able to have more control of the system for better maintainability, and higher reliability by having more isolation. Is this partition-into-a-file thing equivalent in terms of performace to a regular partition?