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Bryan has years of experience in business and computer programming as well as those rare visionary qualities that make a great entrepreneur. He is an accomplished executive and leader with a passion for fostering new business growth in the United States and building a strong economy. His current business endeavor can be found at www.pamiris.com.


May
27
comment Is it possible to make the VirtualBox host machine use dhcp on vboxnet0?
There are no entries in /etc/network/interfaces, so VirtualBox must create the device dynamically
May
27
comment Is it possible to make the VirtualBox host machine use dhcp on vboxnet0?
My host OS us Ubuntu 11.04
May
27
asked Is it possible to make the VirtualBox host machine use dhcp on vboxnet0?
May
25
comment Trying to get Hobbit clients to show cpu, mem, disk, etc
UPDATE: I tried installing it on another (newer) machine; it shows the correct address, but there are no entries in the logs on either the server or the client, in spite of the hobbit daemon running.
May
25
comment Trying to get Hobbit clients to show cpu, mem, disk, etc
Also, the server does show that it is listening: hobbitd 1051 hobbit 3u IPv4 8012 0t0 TCP *:1984 (LISTEN)
May
25
comment Trying to get Hobbit clients to show cpu, mem, disk, etc
At first, the /var/run/hobbit directory didn't exist; I found a bug on launchpad that noted this ( bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/hobbit/+bug/235137). However, this threw other errors about not being able to chmod. After creating the directory and relaunching, I found a bbdisp-runtime.cfg with 127.0.0.1 as the server. I replaced that and restarted, only to have my ip overwritten again by the 127.0.0.1. I then changed it again, without restarting the client. Now there are no error messages in the client, and no status on the server.
May
24
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May
18
comment Is there a way to access a specific server with the hostname in a round-robin setup?
Definitely +1 for the curl tip. Thanks!
May
18
comment Redirect https to another https
One other workaround for the multi-hostname/one IP certificate issue is to use alternative port numbers. This is not ideal, since some firewalls/public access points block non 80/443 traffic.
May
18
comment Is there a way to access a specific server with the hostname in a round-robin setup?
@djangofan : No--the servers are setup fully parallel with respect to session. If one drops off, any other server can resume the transaction.
May
18
awarded  Scholar
May
18
awarded  Supporter
May
18
accepted Is there a way to access a specific server with the hostname in a round-robin setup?
May
18
awarded  Student
May
18
asked Is there a way to access a specific server with the hostname in a round-robin setup?
May
18
asked Trying to get Hobbit clients to show cpu, mem, disk, etc