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Father. Lover. Geek.


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Jan
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comment Adding an IP range to SuSE 11
For now I've manually edited ifup-eth0 to add all the aliases I need. Would still love to know if there's a way to add a range instead of adding each IP indivdually.
Jan
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accepted Converting a Maildir to a PST
Jan
7
comment Adding an IP range to SuSE 11
I don't disagree there, it's just the way the company I work for does things. We have a PMTA server that sends out newsletters. Each client gets their own IP to send from off the box.
Jan
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asked Adding an IP range to SuSE 11
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
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Nov
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comment Nagios Plugins Configure Flags
I compiled Postgresql 9 from source, and I know where the libraries are. For some reason when I go to compile the Nagios Plugins, it doesn't find them. Like I said. I can't find a configure flag to tell it where to find them.
Nov
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asked Nagios Plugins Configure Flags
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Sep
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comment Setting up reverse DNS for a /25 block of IPs
Got it! There ended up being a mistype in one of the configs.
Sep
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accepted Setting up reverse DNS for a /25 block of IPs
Sep
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comment Setting up reverse DNS for a /25 block of IPs
My colo has it delegated, but with dash notation. I fixed it on my end, and the damn rDNS still doesn't work.
Sep
20
comment Setting up reverse DNS for a /25 block of IPs
I don't actually control the whole /24, just the ips .128-255. Would I just create a reverse for the /24 anyway, forwarding like you've shown?
Sep
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asked Setting up reverse DNS for a /25 block of IPs
May
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asked Converting a Maildir to a PST
Apr
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accepted Moving/Adding Additional Swap Location - Redhat 5
Apr
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comment Moving/Adding Additional Swap Location - Redhat 5
@mattdm - That sounds like exactly what I need.
Apr
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comment Moving/Adding Additional Swap Location - Redhat 5
It does. It's pretty empty right now, with most of the 3GB free.