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Apr
28
revised Ubuntu local display
add ssh -X description
Apr
28
comment Ubuntu local display
If this is on a remote then you definitely need the host name, with proper xauthentication set up. xauth is sort of annoying to get working, so once you get it running save the results in a script. I'll also add a note about SSH itself in an updated version of the above.
Apr
28
answered Linux (FC14/i386) is raid1 intact after hot fs install? How to repair?
Apr
28
answered Ubuntu local display
Apr
22
answered Is a DNS root record required?
Mar
24
answered SNMP OID to get multicast bytes
Mar
24
comment snmp linux timezone
Then you need to set the MIBS to load properly if that's the case. Try snmpwalk HOST-RESOURCES-MIB::hrSystemDate and it should format it properly. The contents of the string is a series of numbers that represents the above text. See the DateAndTime textual convention in the SNMPv2-TC.txt MIB file that should be on your system.
Mar
24
comment snmp linux timezone
That was done with snmpget (retrieving it).
Mar
24
answered snmp linux timezone
Mar
23
comment Automounter CentOS Linux 5.5
for a local disk, use "user1 -fstype=auto :/dev/sdb44" for example
Mar
23
comment Automounter CentOS Linux 5.5
I use NFS over wifi all the time. Works great (just a bit slower). Granted, it'll be a whole lot worse for home directories.
Mar
23
answered Automounter CentOS Linux 5.5
Mar
22
answered Clarify something about Linux directory permissions
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21
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Mar
18
answered Linux Containers: share box ip address?
Mar
18
comment Can I get “disk utilization” from a NetApp filer via SNMP?
yeah, unfortunately it looks like there is no answer you're going to like then :-(
Mar
17
answered Can I get “disk utilization” from a NetApp filer via SNMP?
Mar
8
answered Enable snmp on linux
Feb
5
answered Could a DNSSEC at level n manipulate a zone at level n+2?
Feb
4
answered Private DNS Question