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May
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Jan
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awarded  Critic
Jan
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comment how to setup snmptraps to automatically report ports that when down due to 'err-disabled'?
Your answer doesn't seem to address my problem. I only want to detect these error events mentioned above and automatically detect the affected ports.
Jan
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asked how to setup snmptraps to automatically report ports that when down due to 'err-disabled'?
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Jul
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comment Planning Citrix XenDesktops for CAD at remote site. Basic Questions / Recommendations?
did you explore any alternative solutions to using Citrix?
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
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comment how to tune NFS client on MacOS to get Linux like performance?
no firewall; NFSv3
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Mar
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asked ssh login attempts fail randomly - but work otherwise for same user
Feb
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accepted shipping default xorg.conf file in ubuntu 12.04
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
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answered shipping default xorg.conf file in ubuntu 12.04
Feb
26
comment shipping default xorg.conf file in ubuntu 12.04
@MichaelHampton by default there's no file, which works fine with one monitor setups. But once you have multiple monitors, you need to write the config into the xorg.conf file. Users can't write into that file if it doesn't exist.
Feb
26
comment shipping default xorg.conf file in ubuntu 12.04
I'm aware of that option, but the average users configures the computer with the nvidia-settings program. The nvidia-xconfig program just provides a skeleton, but once the user wants to configure multiple screens, you use nvidia-settings.
Feb
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asked shipping default xorg.conf file in ubuntu 12.04
Feb
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accepted possible solutions for deploying and keeping ubuntu computers up to date (and the same)
Feb
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asked possible solutions for deploying and keeping ubuntu computers up to date (and the same)