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Sep
25
comment Windows clients cannot access machine running DHCP server
What exactly is the network topology like? One single switch with the (1) arch server running dhcpd and (10) windows clients plugged in? Can you try a different switch? Try to set up one of the clients with static I.P. and gateway and see if you can ping the Arch Linux machine. Are there any firewalls set up on the Arch Linux machine?
Sep
25
comment ec2-associate-address + how to run on Linux Startup
Try adding the full path of the executable, i.e. /usr/bin/ec2-associate-address or wherever it is. Use which to find its location.
Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
answered Linux Startup Script + add one command
Sep
20
answered Samba4 advice for production use
Sep
18
accepted backups with ubuntu server sharing via samba: lvm snapshots necessary?
Aug
24
comment Relay access denied
What I mean by basically the same is that there seem to be some default options that I had never touched in both versions that didn't appear in the other. So, while I didn't have to specify authorized remote public I.P. addresses in postfix on Ubuntu 8.04, I do now have to do that on 12.04? What if the remote client doesn't have a static Public I.P. address?
Aug
24
revised Relay access denied
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Aug
24
comment Relay access denied
I added the file /etc/postfix/virtual. I tried setting it up with the line virtual-alias.domain anything, as well as with a specific hostname.mydomain.net, where that name actually resolves to something in our public DNS records. Same error each time.
Aug
24
comment Relay access denied
I do have the cidr notation for the extra network. when I xx'd it out I deleted the /32.
Aug
24
asked Relay access denied
Jun
29
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
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answered OpenVPN Setup and configuration
Mar
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
29
comment Best way to share storage between multiple computers
In that case, I would definitely recommend NFS. Red hat and ubuntu docs have good documentation on setup: docs.redhat.com/docs/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/6/html/… help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo
Feb
29
answered Best way to share storage between multiple computers
Dec
12
revised More than one clone of xp qcow2 base image using kvm gives missing hal.dll error
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Dec
12
accepted More than one clone of xp qcow2 base image using kvm gives missing hal.dll error
Dec
12
comment More than one clone of xp qcow2 base image using kvm gives missing hal.dll error
Thanks for the suggestion. I wasn't able to mount it as a loop device. According to what I found on google, you must mount a qcow2 device using qemu-nbd. However, I wasn't able to get it mounted like that. I instead attached it to another vm and booted to a livecd. Sure enough, system32 was somehow missing. I deleted the clone and recreated and now have two vm clones based on the same backing image running simultaneously. Thanks!
Dec
11
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