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bio website schnitzelspecht.de
location Germany
age 25
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
seen Aug 11 at 3:58

I'm a Computer enthusiast with many interests.
My main interests right now are powershell and linux.

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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Feb
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comment Scan for connected, powered on computers on a network?
sorry, I don't know how to format it.
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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comment Temp Profile Loading on computer
The message "Possible causes of this error include insufficient security rights" in his second event could indicate that access is denied. While there could also be registry issues like you've written, it's also possible that he's suffering from two issues. Anyway, I tried to round Toms answer up ;)
Mar
20
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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accepted openvpn client - dynamic server/proxy ip
Feb
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comment openvpn client - dynamic server/proxy ip
That's too bad. It isn't in our hands to get the DNS working. China's blocking us ;). Anyway, thanks for your information.
Jan
31
asked openvpn client - dynamic server/proxy ip
Jan
25
comment How to determine if firewall blocks access to Amazon EC2 without creating AWS account
What kind of access? ssh, http, ...?
Jan
25
revised Difference between iptables -A and -I option
added usage of -A and -I
Jan
25
comment iptables to allow 80 and 443 on chillispot running ddwrt
Could you please explain a bit more precisely what doesn't work? Are you able to ping an IP address such as 8.8.8.8 (Google DNS)? I don't know how your clients are set up, but maybe you need to also accept DNS.
Jan
25
revised Difference between iptables -A and -I option
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Jan
25
answered Difference between iptables -A and -I option
Jan
22
revised bash script to copy files from a remote server
added more details
Jan
22
answered bash script to copy files from a remote server
Jan
22
comment Ubuntu 12.10 - Can't find my logs
Add that to your question. I can't help you, but a specific question will more likely be answered.
Jan
22
comment Ubuntu 12.10 - Can't find my logs
You've edited your question. Does that mean, that your syslog isn't empty anymore (if it is still empty, what does dmesg show?) What is your specific question?
Jan
21
comment Scan for connected, powered on computers on a network?
ok, no problem. Please don't forget to mark your answer as valid answer then. ;)