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Jul
20
accepted How to DNAT to different local IP based on what public IP was accessed with Shorewall?
Jul
2
comment How to assign multiple public IP-Adresses for 2 KVM-Guests
I've been trying to follow this guide, but when I add the bridge to /etc/network/interfaces and reload the network connection, the network does not come back up. In my case, I have one primary public IP for the host server and a separate /28 subnet I want to assign to the guests. I kept the original address for eth0, and then set up the first IP of the /28 on the bridge. Is that the wrong approach? Should it be the same adress as eth0?
Jun
30
asked How to DNAT to different local IP based on what public IP was accessed with Shorewall?
May
3
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
18
accepted httpready problem on Apache httpd restart on FreeBSD?
Jan
18
comment httpready problem on Apache httpd restart on FreeBSD?
Thanks for the insight. I switched to nginx a year ago, so it does not really matter to me either :)
Oct
29
comment Turn server back on after power loss with FreeBSD
That was it, thanks :)
Oct
29
comment Turn server back on after power loss with FreeBSD
I must have been using Macs for too long, had forgotten there was such a thing – there was a setting for it in the BIOS, thanks.
Oct
29
accepted Turn server back on after power loss with FreeBSD
Oct
29
asked Turn server back on after power loss with FreeBSD
Oct
11
comment httpready problem on Apache httpd restart on FreeBSD?
If you had actually read my question, you'd find that I already have the mentioned line in /boot/loader.conf.
Sep
21
awarded  Notable Question
May
25
answered Need a little advice with apc, node.js, varnish, memcached, nginx
May
1
awarded  Yearling
Dec
26
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
28
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
21
comment How to use rsync for backing up the entire filesystem – include/exclude rules file
--one-file-system is not the default, I was rather that I had the exclusion rules wrong as Gilles suggested. As for the destination not being root, that is true, but it’s not really an issue for my use.
Aug
21
revised How to use rsync for backing up the entire filesystem – include/exclude rules file
Posting the solution.
Aug
21
accepted How to use rsync for backing up the entire filesystem – include/exclude rules file
Aug
21
comment How to use rsync for backing up the entire filesystem – include/exclude rules file
Ah, yes, now I get it, thanks :)