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suggested rejected edit on What happens when a consumer switch receives a VLAN-tagged Ethernet frame?
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answered Disabled IPV6 but still showing in netstat
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comment What is the OS X / BSD equivalent of the GNU “ps auxf” command?
-1 - seems somewhat incorrect. if it is right, please support your answer with more details on how to install using these package systems rather than just mentioning the package management systems (esp. MacPorts )
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comment What is the OS X / BSD equivalent of the GNU “ps auxf” command?
or brew install pstree with hombrew
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answered Dell 1950: How to tell what generation it is?
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comment SNMP Extend not working
Where would this be added on Ubuntu? perhaps /etc/default/snmpd or /etc/init.d/snmpd or elsewhere?
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comment What is archive mode in rsync?
+1 - yes, it's in the man page, but it's also nice to see it here with the answer for easy reference
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accepted How can I access the bios remotely on a desktop computer acting as a server?
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comment How can I access the bios remotely on a desktop computer acting as a server?
Not sure if you saw that I mentioned Out-of-band management in the question? You are correct that I'm looking for a way to control machines remotely that were not intended to be managed remotely. I do not have a specific problem at hand but was curious if it was possible, easy, and/or common to do this. It seems like it could be handy / useful in a lot of scenarios.