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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 ...


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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.


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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.


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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.


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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; ...


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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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