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Mar
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comment Why are eno1 and eno2 in this order?
Sorry - my "all the same" was just that: I installed CentOS 6 about 2 months ago, and Fedora today, with no firmware updates in between.
Mar
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comment Why are eno1 and eno2 in this order?
All the same - just booted from the Fedora installer on USB and pressed go. I'm not too bothered about a change, but it seems that the current ordering is perhaps wrong, or my understanding of how they are picked is wrong.
Mar
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asked Why are eno1 and eno2 in this order?
Dec
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accepted How can I run a CentOS (Red Hat) cluster in degraded mode?
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May
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revised How can I run a CentOS (Red Hat) cluster in degraded mode?
Edited to make clear that it was not the startup that "could happen".
May
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revised How can I run a CentOS (Red Hat) cluster in degraded mode?
Indented code so that it shows up!
May
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asked How can I run a CentOS (Red Hat) cluster in degraded mode?
Feb
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accepted How does Postfix handle conflicting aliases?
Feb
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comment How does Postfix handle conflicting aliases?
I don't see it in main.cf or the man pages, but this does seem to work - the first one to define an alias is definitive and later definitions are ignored.
Feb
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accepted Why does Samba ignore my template shell = /bin/bash setting?
Feb
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answered Why does Samba ignore my template shell = /bin/bash setting?
Feb
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asked Why can't I upload drivers to my Samba print server?
Jan
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comment Can I have a machine in a DNS subdomain, but Active Directory main domain?
So no way to dynamically update a DNS subdomain automatically? The main reason I ask is that we are preparing to move a lot of these things around to clean things up.
Jan
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comment Can I have a machine in a DNS subdomain, but Active Directory main domain?
I agree with you on the FQDN, but one step at a time...
Jan
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asked Can I have a machine in a DNS subdomain, but Active Directory main domain?
Dec
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comment Retrieve user details from Active Directory using SID
This works well - you can do it as a one-liner, too: > [ADSI]"LDAP://<SID=S-1-5-21-500000003-1000000000-1000000003-1001>"