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answered How to customize telnet login prompt on linux
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revised How to ssh to a linux server behind corporate firewall?
added notes about safety
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comment How to ssh to a linux server behind corporate firewall?
@Tom Circumventing corporate IT policies when done right may result in saved time, getting job done, decreased frustration, increased wages and general job satisfaction. Are the things you listed your personal experience? I doubt it (I'm pretty sure that no packets will be lost...). Of course if there is company policy against such practices there's some risk involved, but it is not relevant to the question posted! The question was about solution to specific problem and not the policies. How can you even be sure that in this case such policy exists? It wasn't mentioned.
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answered How to ssh to a linux server behind corporate firewall?
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accepted Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
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answered Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
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comment Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
it could store it in /etc/xen as an offset from VM server date. I would like to use it for testing environment which requires different date than current date.
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awarded  Editor
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comment Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
@quanta, I do not want to sync... I want to make the date out of sync (several days, months or even years) and preserved after reboot with none of the services inside VM aware of real date at any time.
Aug
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revised Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
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Aug
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comment Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
Changing independent_wallclock was needed to change date at all, but I need it to be preserved after reboot. I expected that once I change to different date on the VM the VM host will save it and restore it since it controls the "hardware clock" of the VM, but it seems not true.
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asked Make date change persistent after reboot of xen VM with CentOS
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