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May
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answered How to host a TCP / UDP service on the Internet which is currently running on my local machine?
May
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comment Linux DNS server change
Why aren't you using DHCP to assign the DNS server?
May
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May
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comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
@CanGeliş: If SELinux is disabled, there's no need to play with its booleans in order to allow programs to act. You can ignore that bit.
May
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answered setenforce: SELinux is disabled
May
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comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
Also, what is the output of uname -a?
May
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comment setenforce: SELinux is disabled
Are you certain that the rest of your system can operate with SELinux enabled?
May
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comment What can be used to store generic pci and pci-express cards when they're not installed in a server?
What's wrong with bulk AS baggies?
May
19
comment Specifying which network interface to use
@ChaimKut: bind(3) to specific addresses.
May
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answered Specifying which network interface to use
May
18
comment How to set a user environmental variable in .profile
@Justin: Are you running the PHP code from the logged-in shell?
May
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answered How to set a user environmental variable in .profile
May
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comment Ubuntu Server command line terminal extremely slow
Is there a specific reason why it's .1.1 instead of .0.1?
May
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comment Ubuntu Server command line terminal extremely slow
Can you do a lookup for your assigned hostname? getent ahosts "$HOSTNAME"
May
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comment Understanding redundant power supplies
VA is not quite watts.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
Yes. But it's not trivial. No tool is designed to resolve dependencies given just a list of which packages are already installed.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
"It's simple, but with caveats" is not the same as "it's simple".
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
You say "simple", but it's actually not as simple as you think. There is no tool that will resolve dependencies given just a list of which packages are already installed.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
No, it doesn't resolve dependencies. But how far back would you like the tool to resolve the dependencies? glibc? filesystem?