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What is the “Current message level”?

What is the "Current message level" of an interface that ethtool provides? E.g. ethtool eth1 [Other stuff] Current message level: 0x00000014 (20) What is the message level? What is message ...
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Oddity: “grep” cmd in /etc/network/interfaces

While digging through the birds-nest of network initialisation in our embedded linux setup (Linux SDK on Leopardboard SBC) we've come across what seems like an odd and possibly non-functioning line in ...
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What does MPICH stands for? [closed]

As we know that MPI is an abbreviation of Message Passing Interface. However, I am wandering about what does MPICH stands for? Is that just a brand name or does it has some terminology behind it? I ...
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Linux network interface monitoring

I recently have an issue with my network provider and I'm looking for software that would allow me to create network usage charts. I need tool that would gather pings to given address, in/out traffic ...
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How do I build a web based interface? [closed]

I have few command line Perl based tools, which are used to download and process text data. What I want to do, is to create some web based interface which will allow easier access to these data ...
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iproute nexthop not working - defining multiple default gateways

I have several point to point connections and I'd like to use all of them as default gateways. I saw this link which explains how to do this using load balancing by calling ip route with a nexthop ...
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routing a secondary IP-addr. of a different private network on the same interface

Typical home-networking xDSL setup on a TG782 router/gateway. Hosts on the local private network are allocated IP-addresses in the range of 192.168.1.0/24 and can get to WAN through the aforementioned ...
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how to reset /dev/ttyS0

I'm trying to connect to a Khepera robot using serial interface (running Scientific Linux 6.1) I used the command screen /dev/ttyS0 to communicate which worked OK, but then I wanted to close it and ...
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Does the physical interface name in Linux ever change?

When I see the man page for interfaces I see the below. Has anyone seen similar behavior, I had been using Ubuntu for some time and my net-books interface name has not changed for ever. The ifup ...