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Aug
24
comment Linux: Why does the CPU frequency fluctuate when using the performance governor?
Another trick: use ´lsmod´ to list the modules loaded by the kernel, blacklist every module related to CPU speed scaling/p-state/c-states/whatever and reboot the machine. Search "blacklist kernel modules".
Aug
18
comment How to disable perf subsystem in Linux kernel?
The symbol -*- does mean that some subsystem depends of the perf module. Help shows the tree of dependencies which you need to disable to change the option to [*] or [M].
Oct
10
comment Any alternative to the out of band management virtual drives?
You're right. I forgot PXE. Thanks!
May
14
comment OpenBSD Apache version 1.3.29?
The answer of Krist is the correct one. Just a side comment. # pkg_info -Q apache-httpd -> apache-httpd-2.2.23. Apache2 is available from packages. The OpenBSD developers are focused now in nginx. nginx is installed by default.
Dec
11
comment Where is the central ZFS website now?
What?! Matt Dillon isn't porting ZFS to DragonFly.
Sep
28
comment Portable firewall rules for Linux and Free/Net/Open/DragonFlyBSD
Yes, I asked for a existing solution but is not a difficult task.
Sep
28
comment Portable firewall rules for Linux and Free/Net/Open/DragonFlyBSD
Good point. I only need convert lists of IPs and rules like allow and drop. No more.
Sep
11
comment Portable firewall rules for Linux and Free/Net/Open/DragonFlyBSD
Because is for an automatic script and the rules will be in a central server. I don't need extract the conversion code, I think the conversion is easy but I would like a well tested tool.
Sep
10
comment Portable firewall rules for Linux and Free/Net/Open/DragonFlyBSD
Thanks. I know the tool but I need a CLI application.
Aug
14
comment Is it possible to hardware accelerate LUKS encryption?
What is your processor? The last models of Intel has AES-NI and VIA has had cryptographic hardware for years. Intel (I dont' know AMD) has especial optimizations for AES gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/i386-and-x86_002d64-Options.html .
Aug
4
comment Does Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) have buffer overflow protection mechanisms?
Why the downvote? I would like know :)