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All around technology geek.


Apr
11
comment Disable IPv6 on Debian VPS (Virtuozzo!)
I deleted my comment, that won't work if you're just in a chroot jail like you said. How do you get access to the firewall rules?
Apr
10
answered OpenVPN: Route all traffic through server from client config
Apr
10
comment Disable IPv6 on Debian VPS (Virtuozzo!)
Can you edit anything /etc/modprobe.d/ ?
Apr
9
answered Distributed file systems
Apr
9
answered Problem Assigning Static IP to CentOS Server
Apr
9
comment Linux Command Line Find and Replace Hex
I'm deleting my post about sed, it's not the right tool for this, sorry.
Apr
9
comment VMware Workstation reboot 32-bit host when starting 32/64-bit guest using VT-x
You're getting pretty detailed help in that thread, it's just that your problem is difficult to diagnose.
Apr
9
comment upstart not working
did you try restarting init?
Apr
8
answered How can I configure a txqueuelen value to persist on reboot?
Apr
6
comment How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
@matnagel: Yea, I don't think I deserve downvotes either, but I'm biased ;-) @matnagle (other question): At the link Zoredache posted I found the following text: "Note that balancing will not be perfect, as it is route based, and routes are cached. This means that routes to often-used sites will always be over the same provider." I read that as, "connections to the same IP (same webserver) will always go over the same provider"
Apr
6
comment How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
@Zoredache: split routing will likely run the traffic for one IP over the same link over and over again. The original question states he wants to balance different elements from a single web page over the two lines. If you have an answer, post it.
Apr
6
revised How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
added 26 characters in body
Apr
6
answered How to build an outbound load balancer with linux?
Apr
6
comment VMware Workstation reboot 32-bit host when starting 32/64-bit guest using VT-x
Two things: 1)If you get Workstation to reliably crash your host. File a bug report with VMware. 2) I don't think OS X is a supported guest in Workstation.
Apr
5
comment VMware Workstation reboot 32-bit host when starting 32/64-bit guest using VT-x
Running 64-bit guests on 64-bit hardware regardless of host OS is not dodgy at all. It should work just fine.
Apr
4
answered VMware Tools in Ubuntu guest on VMware Server 2 do not build
Apr
2
comment Most awesomely bad hack
Hey! I did something like that too.
Apr
2
comment Better way to stop/start Webmin and SSH
@Nicholas Knight: Thanks for the pointer to fail2ban. I love serverfault. I answer a questions and still learn something new.
Apr
2
answered Better way to stop/start Webmin and SSH
Apr
1
accepted Is there an encrypted udp based tunnel that doesn't need a tun/tap device?