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This is how I did it: First change the /etc/rsyslog.conf file. It's quite a long config file, but the only lines you have to change are these: # provides UDP syslog reception $ModLoad imudp $UDPServerRun 514 # provides TCP syslog reception $ModLoad imtcp $InputTCPServerRun 514 Then go to /etc/rsyslog.d/ and create files named to the devices where you ...
It's either the interface on the pi, the enclosure interface/controller, or the drive itself. 1 - Try connecting to something else and see if you have the same issues. 2 - Remove the drive and mount in a PC--I would start by looking at the SMART table and running diags.
You are not stuck with the version of Synergy that your distribution came with, you can update all the installed versions. The correct website address is synergy-project.org.
What exactly do you want to do? Answer is: no from the box, but yes from the sources. But it is a bit laborious - so if you'll tell us more specifics of your task, I'll be able to help you further.
There is nothing obvious to me wrong with your rules. I was going to post this as a comment but its too long. I would approach this differently - try using wireshark on the NIC that connects to the phone. Shut down all devices using the network, and send /receive starting with single packets. I suggest a ping with a set payload using the -s flag on linux; ...
I am not aware of any configuration to do this, if you REALLY want to do it you can achieve this by : 1 - modifying the getpass function in the getpass.c file in the glibc package. 2 - build libc-(VERSION).so 3 - backup the original lib/(your archcitecture)/libc.so ( say rename to libc-(VERSION).so.bak 4 - move the new file to lib/(your archcitecture)/ 5 - ...
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