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Oct
25
accepted How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?
Oct
25
accepted Automatic subdomains with Apache
Oct
25
answered Downloading a file (or list) directly from a git repository?
Oct
25
asked Can't set up subdomain
Oct
19
accepted Which kind of hard drive should I use for my server?
Oct
19
asked Which kind of hard drive should I use for my server?
Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
Well, neither Gob nor Tobias have any entries that have anything to do with the printer.
Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
Sorry, I explained that badly. The router is telling all clients to use Tobias as the DNS server. And yeah, I wouldn't think the DNS servers would have anything to do with printing.
Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
That's what I thought!
Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
I don't know enough about printers to answer that question. If it makes sense to list the possibilities, maybe I could answer.
Oct
18
revised Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
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Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
1. No, this is being done through the router. 2. I don't know, and how would I flush the DNS cache on the printer?
Oct
18
comment Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
I didn't check on the print server that the printer can resolve. How do I do that? I do have everything on DHCP.
Oct
18
asked Switching local DNS servers disrupts printer
Oct
18
accepted Getting the path of items on your network
Oct
18
comment Getting the path of items on your network
The fix was a variation of your answer: sudo mount.cifs 192.168.140.2:/gob /home/jason/gob/ after creating /home/jason/gob.
Oct
18
revised Getting the path of items on your network
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Oct
18
comment Getting the path of items on your network
Hmm, I don't think it needs or wants a username/password. If you look at my edit on my question, the mount command in the ReadyNAS documentation doesn't use one. If I take the username part out of your command, I still get the same error as when I try the command from the ReadyNAS docs.
Oct
18
comment Getting the path of items on your network
No, I don't. Apparently I should?
Oct
18
comment Getting the path of items on your network
Yes, it's sharing using CIFS. As for "mounting the box that way," can you really spell it out for me? I'm new to this. Thanks.