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comment Allow complex sudo command on Debian Linux
Thanks a lot for your feedback user606723!
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comment Linux: ip neigh show says “FAILED”. What can be the cause?
I don't need to reach any other servers in the same subnet. all are outside. so the server is connected to a layer2 switch, which is connected to a router, and this router is my gateway. if i would ping a host in the same subnet, it won't pass the gateway (given the fact that all hosts are connected to this l2 switch and there is only one upstream link to the router - which is the case in my scenario)
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comment Linux: ip neigh show says “FAILED”. What can be the cause?
Thanks, but I think you meant "ping a PC in another subnet". Because the ICMP packet only gets through the gateway if it routes - which is not the case in the local LAN. Thanks for your answer, though.
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comment mdadm: Disk configuration by UUID
On some distributions, the config file is on /dev/mdadm/mdadm.conf. Second, I think you meant >>, which would append to the file (just as a comment for other readers here)
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comment mdadm: Disk configuration by UUID
wow thanks a lot. really good answer!
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