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comment Free way to virtualize Linux on top of Windows Server 2003 Std (non-R2) with production stability?
Hi Kev, if you want to know about current enterprise deployments of Virtualbox, you could better ask teri (dot) whitaker at oracle dot com. No personal experience, no case studies which are easy to find, so I'm not sure. However, VMWare is supposed to be 'production environment' and then it segfaults, so I have my doubts about that one too.
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answered Encrypt entire Linux drive with TrueCrypt
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answered ssh to multiple hosts and sudo multiple commands
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answered Free way to virtualize Linux on top of Windows Server 2003 Std (non-R2) with production stability?
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answered information about /proc/pid/sched
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answered How can I install a linux distribution without display?
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comment Samba server error message in Windows XP
Can you telnet to port 445 of the server? I think Windows-syntax is: start telnet, then "open //10.1.1.1 445". If you can telnet, this would rule out some potential issues.
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answered Is there some advanced traffic shaping frontend for linux?
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answered Changing the shell (using chsh) via the command line in a script
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comment In Debian (>= 5.0 lenny) how to set scsi_mod's max_luns option?
OK, I'm glad it works for you, and changed the answer accordingly.
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comment In Debian (>= 5.0 lenny) how to set scsi_mod's max_luns option?
You're right, I overlooked said issue. Maybe try "systool -m scsi_mod"? It's provided in the package "sysfsutils" it seems.
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answered Monitoring HP and Dell hardware in Gentoo
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answered Mirrored and stripped HD drives in Raid10
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answered Writing Permission to linux apache on windows folder
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answered In Debian (>= 5.0 lenny) how to set scsi_mod's max_luns option?